October 13, 2009 | Vol 4, Num 41
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Have you entered the solar market yet?
Plan to, but money's tight
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From Glass Magazine
  • Glass shop owners ponder proposed health care reform
    While President Obama’s plan provides exemptions for businesses with payrolls below $250,000, some have labeled it as a “government takeover of health care.” Read what glass company executives have to say.

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Have you found your solar niche yet?
Opportunity for the glass industry in the emerging solar market has been the topic of much discussion for some time now. Big companies, such as Guardian, have already climbed on the bandwagon; small companies are looking for ways to get their piece of the pie. ... read more
GlassBuild America exhibitor submission

Last chance to submit product announcements.

Fill out the online submission form. Deadline, Oct. 15.
Product spotlight

One-man glass lifter
Quattrolifts, Henderson, Nev., developed a one-man glass lifter that helps users avoid back strain. The Express, a small portable lifter, allows one person to move lites weighing up to 200 pounds or two people to move lites up to 300 pounds. ... read more
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Renovation transforms aging high-rise into energy-efficient, glass-clad building 

Denver's 1001 17th St. transformed from an aging high-rise into an energy-efficient, Class A office building with an outdoor plaza and a glass-enclosed, "jewel box" connecting visitors with outside views of a vibrant downtown.

Learn about the basics, the players, and the glass and systems involved with this GreatGlazing

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