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Stellaris to Announce Product Development Milestone

North Andover, MA, May 16, 2016. Stellaris announced today it will soon unveil its smart BIPV window technology. The technology incorporates the best features of both smart and BIPV windows, controlling light transmission through windows while generating photovoltaic power with unmatched efficiency.

Stellaris Introduces a New Smart Window Technology

North Andover, MA, April 10, 2014 Jim Paull, Stellaris CEO, announced today that the company is in development of a radically new smart window technology. The technology is a complement to its ClearPower™ photovoltaic window tile. The complementary technology enables insulating glass units to not only provide photovoltaic power, but also to be instantly switchable from privacy to transparency. Moreover, the technology provides for discrete control over window sections, yielding unmatched light and solar heat gain control. The company expects to have this technology available commercially in 2016. For more information, please keep abreast of the technology's development on our website at www.stellarissolar.com.

Stellaris to Exhibit Its ClearPower PV Window Tile at ArchitectureBoston Expo

North Andover MA - November 18, 2013 Stellaris Corporation announced today that it is previewing its ClearPower™ photovoltaic window tiles at the ArchitectureBoston Expo being held at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, November 19 – 21. Stellaris’ tile is the building-integrated (BIPV) version of its award-winning ClearPower photovoltaic module. "For the first time there is a BIPV building block that can be easily adapted to a variety of architectural components without the high cost of custom fabrication” said Jim Paull, Stellaris CEO. To learn more, please visit us at Expo booth 854 or check for product updates at www.stellarissolar.com.


US Patent # 8,207,630 issued for Stellaris' Distributed Inverter

North Andover MA - June 28, 2012. Jim Paull, Stellaris' CEO, has received a second US patent for Stellaris' distributed inverter technology. The technology combines the best features of string inverters, micro inverters and DC-DC converters, resulting in unmatched cost, efficiency and reliability.


Stellaris CEO Receives Patent for Unique Photovoltaic Inverter Technology

North Andover, MA – Dec. 20th 2011 – The United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued US Patent No. 8,080,899 to Stellaris CEO Jim Paull for his unique photovoltaic distributed inverter. The Massachusetts-based module manufacturer has been developing an inverter to complement its unique photovoltaic module technology and has now succeeded in adding this technology to its budding IP portfolio.


Stellaris Moves to New England's Premier High-tech/Green Manufacturing Facility

North Andover, MA – April 20, 2011 - Stellaris Corporation, the Massachusetts-based solar module manufacturer, has moved to Osgood Landing ( the former Merrimack Valley Works). Osgood Landing is the largest high-tech manufacturing facility in New England. According to CEO Jim Paull, " This first class manufacturing facility provides us with un-paralleled opportunity for future growth in our quest to be a world-leading photovoltaic module manufacturer."

Osgood Landing’s manufacturing capacity is being keyed to new Green Technologies; prominent solar companies Panel Claw and NexAmp are located here as well. The building boasts a 103 kW rooftop photovoltaic installation.