Nanostructured coatings from nCoat aid solar thermal installations

We spoke recently with Paul Clayson, CEO of nanoparticle-enabled coating developer nCoat (OTC:NCOA), about nCoat’s recently announced efforts in solar thermal. NCoat has developed both low emissivity (low thermal conductivity) and high emissivity (high thermal conductivity) coatings for work on dies...

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