Ubiquitous Energy Strengthens Go-to-Market Strategy by Welcoming Building Products Industry Veteran — Edwin B. Hathaway

REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--()--Silicon Valley’s Ubiquitous Energy (UE) is proud to welcome building products industry veteran Edwin B. (Ted) Hathaway as a board member and strategic advisor.

UE’s patented transparent solar technology makes it possible for windows to generate electricity and integrate smart and energy efficient features. UE, actively expanding its go-to-market strategy and partnerships, is excited to work with Ted to accelerate commercialization. Ted brings 30 years of industry experience as a visionary chief executive and brand builder with a distinguished history of strategic innovation and a track record for achieving extraordinary growth and business development. He brings significant expertise in mergers and acquisitions, building products innovation, and operational excellence.

“We’re excited to have Ted join Ubiquitous Energy as a board member and strategic advisor. UE will benefit from Ted’s track record of transformative business development with bold acquisitions and building innovation. Ted is working alongside our senior management to shape corporate strategy as well as serving as an active advisor focused on go-to-market strategy and partnerships. He will play a key role helping our patented technology become available on a global scale.
— Susan Stone, CEO of Ubiquitous Energy.


Ubiquitous Energy is the world leader in transparent photovoltaics. Its award-winning technology is the world’s only truly transparent solar product. UE technology harvests solar energy and serves as an invisible, onboard source of electricity for a variety of end products. The thin coating can be applied to the surface of windows glass to provide electricity generation and energy efficiency while remaining visibly indistinguishable from the fully transparent standard windows on the market today. Originally spun out of MIT, Ubiquitous Energy is now producing its highly transparent, efficient solar cells and windows in its production facility in Silicon Valley. For more information, visit www.ubiquitous.energy


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