Turning a window into a solar panel, while still being able to use it as a window, is a pretty cool trick.
Effectively, that is what the Clearvue's technology (ASX:CPV) does.
According a study published in the scientific journal Nature, one meter square piece of Clearvue glass contains everything needed to generate up to 30 watts of power.
As with many conceptually simple breakthrough technologies, the concept excites investors.
In just fifteen days, Clearvue's stock price has jumped from 13 cents to 38 cents.
But, how long before the company can start selling and when will it be profitable?
Also to consider how will they sell their product and who will buy it?
In this week's InsideMarket 'Sunday Chat', we sit down with Chairman of Clearvue Technoloy, Victor Rosenberg, to tackle these questions.
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