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SCHOTT activities in Spain

 
solutions 1/2014
Flat glass 
Transparency and reflection
SCHOTT® SeeClear uses reflective and yet transparent glass surfaces to make home and electric appliances more attractive. more
solutions 1/2011
Solar Architecture
Tradition with a Future
A hotel in Pamplona realized a futuristic solar design while it was being renovated. More
solutions 1/2009
Solar Energy
Solar Architecture for a Public Space
Barcelona’s solar pergolas on the coast are of benefit to both the environment and society. More
solutions 2/2008
Solar Energy
Power Plants of a New Dimension
The first of three AndaSol power plants has now gone live in the south of Spain. SCHOTT provided the receivers. More

Concentrated Solar Power
Solar Receiver from Spain
SCHOTT puts the new receiver plant in Aznalcóllar into operation. A study shows high customer satisfaction. More

Interior Design
Transparent Anonymity
The Spanish architect Eduardo Arroyo uses glass tubing from SCHOTT for interior design. More
solutions 1/2008
Astronomy
Hunters of the Galaxies
The world’s largest telescope is located on the Canary Island of La Palma. Astronomers are hoping it will help them find a second earth. More

Home Tech
Magical Success
The electrical appliance manufacturer JATA offers a barbecue grill with a Ceran glass® ceramic cooktop that has conquered Spanish kitchens in only a short time. More
solutions 1/2007
Special Glass for a Monument
Glass Sets the Stage for Sorrow
On March 11, 2007, a glass memorial was inaugurated in Madrid by the King and Queen of Spain. It pays tribute to the victims of the worst terrorist attack in the country’s history. SCHOTT supplied the glass components for the monument. More