On today’s episode, Colin Touhey, CEO of Pvilion visits with The Global Energy Leaders Podcast to discuss what’s beyond solar and how we should be focusing on thinking outside of the box when it comes to implementing solar into our everyday lives.
Pvilion CEO, Colin Touhey, speaking about the integration of flexible solar cells and textiles in consumer products… https://t.co/6nc2BUe7cA
Students and Jury at Cornell Architecture Final Review. Pvilion principals Todd Dalland, Colin Touhey and Robert Le… https://t.co/KJv6pFfHk5
Pvilion was excited to showcase our solar cladding facade system collab with CL-Talon at this year’s AIA Expo 2018. If we missed you, check out our website for more details! www. pvilion.com #solarfacades #greendesign #solar #greenbuilding #facades
Pvilion’s Todd Dalland recently attended his Cornell and Risley Residential College reunions in Ithaca, NY. Thousands of alumni partied down on the Arts Quad in Century Tents which Dalland designed, patented and licensed to Anchor Industries in the 80’s. Fittingly, the Arts Quad was the original proving ground for Dalland’s even earlier tent and inflatable structure designs and constructions, with Denis Hector and Nic Goldsmith, when he was an architectural student in the 70’s. Interesting link!
Social business @littlesunenergy teaming up with @ikeausa to explore new off-grid solutions for people living without electricity #sustainabledesign #design #offgridliving #solar #olafureliasson #frederickottesen
Don’t miss this year’s WEAR Conference 2018 where Pvilion CEO, Colin Touhey, will be presenting Wired Skins: An Exploration into Solar Powered Fabric. Registration link in bio.
We are excited to welcome back our awesome summer intern, Cody Kubenik, to Pvilion. He is majoring in Energy Engineering at Penn State. @photobombsaway @todddalland @huckl3b3rryfinn @robert_lerner
Pvilion CEO, Colin Touhey, speaking about the integration of flexible solar cells and textiles in consumer products to Michael Ferraro and Judith Bowens’ Infor DTech graduate students @fashioninstituteoftechnology #InforDTech #wearabletechnology #sustainablefashion #flexiblesolarcells #solarconsumerproducts #greendesign @photobombsaway @judithbowens
Students and Jury at Cornell Architecture Final Review. Pvilion principals Todd Dalland, Colin Touhey, and Robert Lerner co-taught Assistant Professor Aleksandr Mergold’s Spring 2018 5th Year/Post Graduate Design Studio @rchitecture8b58 @photobombsaway @robert_lerner @todddalland @cornellaap #aleksandrmergold
After meeting at this year’s Smart Fabrics Summit in DC, Pvilion CEO Colin Touhey, was asked to be today’s featured speaker on Ben Cooper’s podcast: IoClothes - A Community Fusing Tech & Textiles. Recorded at our Dumbo design studio #wearabletech #smartfashion #solarfabric @io_clothes #podcast
Pvilion’s CEO, Colin Touhey, will be presenting on April 24th at Smart Fabric Summit in Washington, DC. His presentation is titled: Wired Skin: An Exploration into Solar Powered Fabric. The introduction of solar-powered fabrics allows underutilized real estate, on the body and in the world, to increase functionality and add value to organizations, individuals, and governments. @cfda #AFFOA @fashioninnovationalliance
Happy Earth Day from Pvilion! #sustainableliving #earthday2018 #greengoals
Clemson University’s Sullivan Center has launched a Mobile Health Clinic that allows the clinic to reach underserved communities. When parked, the clinic draws 100% of its power from a solar battery system. #solarmedicalcenter #solarmedicine @clemsonuniversity
San Fran based non-profit Rainforest Connection has developed a high tech system using machine learning + solar energy to detect illegal logging in the Brazilian Rainforest @rainforestcx #greengoals💚 #sustainability
We recently finished installing our off-grid solar canopies at Skyland Park in Brookhaven, GA and are looking forward to seeing the completed park this Spring #sustainabledesign #solarfabricdesigns #tensilearchitecture #greenbuilding #atlanta
Eli Roxby and Colin Touhey building the control system and electronic hardware for Pvilion’s HEXT project: a remote controlled, self-erecting, lightweight shelter for 10 soldiers for the US Army
We are excited to announce our second successful collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger for their new solar tote which charges your mobile devices on the go! #sustainabledesign #wearabletech
Pvilion was honored to host the Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam from Maria Regina High School in Hartsdale, NY #wearabletechnology @lemelsonmit @mariareginahs
Researchers from the German Aerospace Center have developed the world’s first solar fuel reactor called CONTISOL. This device is capable of producing hydrogen fuel, without the intensive greenhouse gases, by using air to store & transfer heat.
Cornell Architecture’s Aleks Mergold and his 4th and 5th year Design Studio students at Pvilion offices discussing mechanized structure and flexible PV tensile structure tech. Pvilion’s Todd Dalland and Colin Touhey are co-teaching the studio which meets alternately in NYC and Ithaca.
Snohetta’s energy-positive hotel in the Arctic Circle #norway #svarthotel #360views @snohetta #sustainabledesign #greenbuilding #solar
Robert Lerner and Henry Black from Pvilion are busy installing our solar fabric canopies in Brookhaven, GA at Skyland Park. This off grid solar design is providing lighting and mobile charging for park visitors. #skylandpark #brookhavengeorgia #sustainabledesign #solarcanopies #offgrid