Sustainability within Reach

The Impact of Buildings on our Planet


Global Carbon Emissions

Buildings are currently responsible for 39% of global energy related carbon emissions (World Green Building Council)


Operational Emissions

28% of that comes from operational emissions - energy needed to heat, cool and power buildings.


Materials and Constructions

And 11% of carbon emissions in buildings are from materials and construction

Transforming the Future of Construction and Architecture

Watch our CEO Anthony Slack present our groundbreaking smart glass technology at Fensterbau Frontale in Nuremberg.

Halve the Global CO2 Emissions by 2050

Renewable power, direct uses of renewables in heat and transport, together with energy efficiency will more than halve the global CO2 emissions by 2050, under the 1.5 degree scenario, says Volume One of IRENA's World Energy Transitions Outlook.

Source: 2023 © IRENA

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We are doing our Part

eLstar offers the most sustainable and affordable smart glass technology available today.

How do we do it? …we simplified the process.

In 2019 the World Green Building Council issued a new vision for how buildings and infrastructure wordwide can reach 40% less embodied carbon emissions by 2030, and achieve 100% net zero emissions buildings by 2050.

Lowering carbon emissions and sustainability is at the core of everything we do. We aim to produce the most effective smart glass available. However, to be truly “effective” smart glass has to be affordable, which is why minimizing cost has been core to the technology’s DNA from the very beginning. All our materials are recyclable and our smart glass can be produced in existing manufacturing glass facilities. It’s simple…there’s no need to build a new factory.

eLstar’s Sustainability Pledge

How Dynamic Glass can Help the Display Industry and Help Save the world

Watch eLstar CEO Anthony Slack's virtual presentation at the 2023 International Conference on Display Technology (ICDT) on April 3, in Nanjing, China.