Interview with SolarWindow CEO, John Conklin

The following is a Q & A with SolarWindow Technologies (WNDW) President and CEO, John A. Conklin

1. SolarWindows are created by applying ultra-thin layers of liquid coating onto glass and flexible plastics. Are there any other substrates you are looking into? Any other uses?

No, at this time the commercialization of SolarWindow focuses on glass and flexible plastic. Plans to coat on substrates other than glass and flexible plastic is planned but not near term.

Commercial development of the SolarWindow products include:

• SolarWindow™ – Commercial, Structural, and Architectural Glass (Commercial) – Flat glass products for installation in new commercial towers under construction and replacement windows, glass walls and curtains, and textured and decorative interior glass walls, room dividers, etc

• SolarWindow™ – Residential – A window glass for installation in new residential homes under construction and replacement windows

• SolarWindow™ – BIPV – Components associated with BIPV applications in homes, buildings, and office towers

• SolarWindow™ Retrofit & Flexible Veneer – Transparent, tinted, and flexible veneers that installers can apply directly over top of existing windows on tall towers and skyscrapers

Our primary focus is first on the development and deployment of SolarWindow™-Commercial products.

2. Are there any buildings currently using SolarWindows? If so, please describe.

No, SolarWindow transparent electricity generating coatings are currently under commercial development. We do, however, plan to install SolarWindow products on buildings for real-time testing and monitoring during later stages of commercialization.

3. Are there any tax incentives to use SolarWindows for developers and builders?

We anticipate state and federal tax incentives available for conventional solar photovoltaic systems will also be available for SolarWindow™ product installations.

4. Are there any licensing agreements in the works?

The company is having SolarWindow technology discussions with several different high-tech and industrial companies. At this time, these discussions and nature of our relationship with strategic partners is privileged and confidential.

5. When do you anticipate product being available for sale?

The company has three goals to commercialization and revenue generation:
1. Raise capital in order to execute our build-out of SolarWindow
2. Formalize strategic relationships with glass, energy, and building industries. These Partnerships give us instant commercial reach and the ability to build our products in bigger, better, faster ways
3. Build SolarWindow products that are ready for commercial production

Our revenue model is essentially:
1. License our technology to glass companies already in an existing large global market with total glass market focus
2. Engineering SolarWindow™ coatings so they can be applied directly onto glass by companies who produce glass and build windows

Essential to revenue generation is: scale and performance improvements, engineering final product, pre-manufacturing final design, entering into strategic commercial partnerships in the glass industry, and manufacturing & deployment. The company plans to commercialize SolarWindow before year end 2017. We still have a lot of development to complete to commercialize SolarWindow. We are focused on our commercialization plans.

6. Without current revenue how are you financing day-to-day operations? What is your average monthly burn rate?

The Company has used Private Placement type offerings to capitalize operations and technology development. Based on the latest Company Annual Financial Report, the company’s average monthly burn rate is approximately $217K.

7. Stock price is up over 100% for the year, bravo! What do you attribute the rise to?

We cannot comment on, nor provide any assessment of, what happens on the Market.

The company, however, is committed to keeping shareholders, stakeholders, potential investors, and the public informed of SolarWindow company and technology development. Our plan for reaching out is driven by planning needs, schedule, and budget, and news flow. We will continue to keep shareholders, stakeholders, potential investors, and the public informed of our progress in meeting our key commercialization goals and objectives.

8. According to YahooFinance 61% of shares are held by insiders and 5% owners. Have you invested in the company yourself?

Yes, as President and CEO, I own shares of SolarWindow Technologies, Inc. stock.

9. Your last quarterly report appears to be May 2015. Do you plan on remaining a fully reporting company? If so when can we expect latest earnings report?

The company is a “Small Reporting Company” that will continue to file quarterly and annual financial reports in accordance with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

10. Can you state current stock structure, shares authorized and shares outstanding?

The aggregate market value of the voting and non-voting common equity held by non-affiliates of the registrant as of the last business day of the registrant’s most recently completed second fiscal quarter, based upon the closing sale price of the registrant’s common stock on February 27, 2015, as reported on the OTC Markets Group Inc. QBTM tier (the “OTCQB”) was $25,097,189.

As of December 10, 2015 there were 26,572,615 shares of the registrant’s common stock outstanding.

About John A. Conklin

John A. Conklin brings to SolarWindow Technologies, Inc. 30 years of industrial, commercial, renewable and alternative energy experience, having provided technical and business consulting services to more than 50 technology, manufacturing, and industrial process companies. Mr. Conklin’s client-companies have ranged from start-ups to Fortune 500 corporations, including IBM, Lockheed Martin, Frito-Lay, and TDI Power, Inc., a global manufacturer of power systems. Mr. Conklin possesses industrial process, environmental systems design, testing, and analytical experience, which has resulted in cost savings ranging from 10-25% for numerous clients in the surface coatings industry. Surface coatings are key to the development of SolarWindow™, which makes use of special coatings that allow for the generation and movement of electricity on see-through glass. Mr. Conklin holds a North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) Level I Certificate, globally-recognized as North America’s “gold standard” agency for photovoltaic and solar thermal installation certification. He routinely attends NABCEP certified training programs throughout the Northeastern United States.