Our company started in 1989 in Valley Cottage, N.Y., with a singular and ambitious mission: to completely reinvent what glass means for buildings. We soon became the first to develop electrochromic technology and spent the years that followed innovating and building upon our revolutionary product.
In 2010, we announced our triple-pane glazing product, the world’s most energy-efficient window glass, and this led us to an important partnership. Saint-Gobain, the Paris-based world leader in building materials for 350 years, invested $80 million in our company. By 2012 Saint-Gobain had acquired 100% of SageGlass, making it a wholly owned subsidiary and a key part of its innovation strategy.Edit