The House of the Future Features DuPont Photovoltaic Products
More than ten DuPont businesses are represented in Living Tomorrow, The House of the Future, located near Brussels, Belgium. The house officially opened for viewing by the general public on March 1, 2007 and will remain open until 2011.
The house reflects DuPont’s commitment to sustainability and innovation. All the DuPont featured products and applications within the house demonstrate solutions for improving energy efficiencies, reducing noise levels, increasing the safety and durability of houses, as well as enhancing the aesthetics of homes.
DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions is pleased to be represented in The House of the Future. Living Tomorrow features solar modules made with DuPont™ Solamet® metallization pastes which increase the efficiency and yield of the solar cells. DuPont™ Elvax® PV resins which provide proven long-term encapsulation protection to the most sensitive portions of the PV module, the solar cells. DuPont™ Tedlar®, the industry standard in PV module backsheet constructions, provides added strength, mechanical, and moisture barrier properties which result in reliable long life of the solar module.