Former CEO of LG Fuel Cells and CTO of LG Display Joins SolarWindow to Lead Business Expansion

NEW YORK and SEOUL, South Korea, June 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SolarWindow Technologies, Inc. (Symbol: WNDW), developer of transparent LiquidElectricity™️ coatings and processes which generate electricity on plastics and glass, today announced the appointment of Dr. In Jae Chung who will lead development of SolarWindow products and new technologies as Global Director, Technology & Product Innovation. Dr. Chung served as Chief Executive Officer at LG Fuel Cell Systems, and previously as Chief Technology Officer at LG Display, a business unit reporting over $20 billion in annual sales and supported by more than 15,000 patents. Dr. Chung is a C-level multinational executive with 30 years of experience in intellectual property, new product development and manufacturing, sales and marketing, and commercial partnerships.

“SolarWindow has a disruptive technology which generates electricity on a variety of surfaces using the Company’s transparent LiquidElectricity™ coatings and processes. I believe these products mark a shift in the renewable energy landscape and look forward to driving advanced engineering, innovation, and new business opportunities at SolarWindow,” stated Dr. In Jae Chung, SolarWindow Global Director, Technology & Product Innovation.

“As a global multinational executive whose overseen new product development, productization, and commercial sales with 30,000-plus employees, Dr. Chung brings to SolarWindow decades of experience with technology innovation and fostering business alliances for co-development, manufacturing, and sales and marketing of new products. It’s my distinct honor to be the first to publicly welcome Dr. Chung to SolarWindow,” stated SolarWindow President, Mr. John Rhee.

In addition to incubating new technologies and business through organic sales growth and commercial collaborations, Dr. Chung is an accomplished engineer with deep technical know-how of renewable energy products and the formulation and commercial-scale application of complex chemistries on to glass and plastics. These skills directly align with the Company’s LiquidElectricity™ coatings and processes which generate clean electricity on glass and plastics, for application to building windows, automotive sunroofs, and more.

Dr. Chung has developed numerous business channels from inception to commercial success throughout his career, and is widely respected as an award-winning innovator. Notably, Dr. In Jae Chung developed the world’s first copper-based interconnect technology, the world’s first EEFL backlight technology, the LCD Display Mura Compensation Technology, the LED Arial Dimming Technology for Obtaining High Dynamic Range Contrast Ratio and the LCD Scanning Backlight Technology for Removing Motion Artifact.

Dr. Chung holds more than 160 patents to his name in the United States and Asia, with nearly 300 applications in-process. He has authored over 130 scientific journal articles and book chapters, and is recipient of numerous awards from the National Academy of Engineering (South Korea), Defense Industry Association (South Korea), and Society for Information Display for outstanding technical accomplishments.

Dr. In Jae Chung earned his PhD in Electronic Engineering from the University of South Australia, and MSc in Applied Physics from Korea University, and served as a Professor of Engineering at KyungHee University.

About SolarWindow Technologies, Inc.
SolarWindow Technologies, Inc. (Symbol: WNDW; is a developer of transparent LiquidElectricity™ coatings and processes which generate electricity on glass and plastics. When applied to otherwise ordinary glass, for example, these coatings generate electricity, producing power under natural, artificial, low, shaded, and reflected light conditions.

The subject of over 90 granted and in-process trademark and patent filings, SolarWindow targets applications beyond conventional solar panels. The Company’s LiquidElectricity™ can generate electricity for architectural applications including building windows, facades, and rooftops. LiquidElectricity™ has wide-ranging utility, including automotive, commercial greenhouse, marine, and aerospace applications, and presents superior aesthetics for generating energy to enable faster financial breakeven.

The SolarWindow Promise: Engineer, design, and deliver LiquidElectricity™ products which reward customers with affordable clean energy for a healthier, safer, and more sustainable planet.

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