Politecnico di Torino and Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa 
evaluate Glass to Power as one of the most promising Italian Startups

Milan and Rovereto, July 20th 2021

 

The news of two important awards for Glass to Power SpA was made public in recent days. The innovative Startup founded in 2016 in Milan as a spin-off of the University of Milan Bicocca has in fact been selected among hundreds of Italian Startups as one of the most promising by the Politecnico di Torino and the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna di Pisa.

The annual report prepared by the researchers of the Social Innovator Monitor of the Politecnico di Torino lists Glass to Power among the 15 best innovative startups with a significant social impact of 2020 in Italy. At this link of the Social Innovator Monitor website you can download the public version and the full version of the report. The Social Innovator Monitor is a prestigious team made up of researchers and professors from various international universities, united by an interest in innovation and entrepreneurship with a significant social impact and it is coordinated by Professor Paolo Landoni of the Politecnico di Torino.

In Pisa, on the other hand, the Institute of Management of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna has edited the book “The good company – Startup Stories for a better world”, published by Il Sole 24 Ore, which will be released in all Italian bookstores on 22nd July. At this link you can also buy the copy of the book on Amazon. Valentina Cucino, Alberto Di Minin, Luca Ferrucci and Andrea Piccalunga tell the stories of 17 Italian companies, including Glass to Power, which operate with the aim of improving the world and are a great source of inspiration for many young potential entrepreneurs. Moreover, a podcast on Book24 of Il Sole 24 Ore is available at this link.

These are two very prestigious awards for Glass to Power, which recognize the company’s innovative potential and the commitment of the whole team to create a product of great impact for the energy and environmental sustainability of buildings. In fact, Glass to Power’s transparent photovoltaic glasses represent a sustainable and responsible building choice, which deserves to be brought to the attention of as many agents as possible to enable a real energy revolution in the way urban settlements are conceived.

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