Smart Windows Materials Market to Reach $760 Million by 2020
Industry analyst firm n-tech Research recently announced the release of a new report entitled “Smart Windows Materials Markets: 2015-2022.” According to the report, materials used in smart windows will grow to around $760 billion by 2020. Coverage includes materials based on electrochromics, thermochromics, photochromics, electrophoretics, SPD, PDLC, hydrogels and microblinds. The report also discusses opportunities in film and glass substrates used for smart windows.
From the perspective of materials suppliers, n-tech believes that the smart windows market continues to offer important opportunities. Older technologies such as photochromics are becoming more competitive with the dominant SPD and electrochromic materials, while new materials such as hydrogels and versioned display materials are beginning to play in the smart windows space. In addition, deep-pocket investors and other well-known firms have recently been willing to get involved in the market.
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