Dan Walczyk and Glenn Saunders have always enjoyed tinkering and taking things apart. This passion eventually led them to work as engineers and professors in the study of industrial robots, textile automation, fusing and composites. Today, as professors at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, they strive to produce the best engineering students and thus restore the manufacturing businesses globally. Listen in and learn more on our latest episode of Talking Textiles.
This episode is hosted by Pvilion co-founder and CEO, Colin Touhey.
One area of renewable energy we haven’t really covered, at least as of yet, is the wearable sort – including and especially solar clothing that generates power while you go about your daily routine. But it’s still a technology with a ton of potential, and here to discuss that is Pvilion CEO Colin Touhey.
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What do a Smithsonian exhibit tent, a synthetic leather clutch and renewable energy all have in common? On today’s Talking Textiles, learn this and more from Colin Touhey, founder and CEO of Pvilion, a company whose mission is to integrate solar cells with fabrics and build fabric products that generate electricity. Interviewed by Haskell Beckham of the Colombia Sportswear Company, Colin gives advice for students and how they should push their way into a company they love.
Pvilion CEO, Colin Touhey, Forbes 30 Under 30 Energy, was recently interviewed by Global Energy Media to share his insights into fabric solar technology and the growth of solar powered consumer products. See below for interview.
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.