Saint-Gobain acquires a 50% equity stake in Sage Electrochromics with $80 million strategic investment

Developer of electrochromic (EC) glass Sage Electrochromics recently announced that glass and construction materials leader Saint-Gobain has made an $80 million strategic investment into Sage and has become a 50% equity stakeholder in the company. As part of the transaction, Saint-Gobain has agreed ...

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