The company's factory began operation in November 2017 and has an annual production capacity of glass veneers that can generate 80 megawatts of electricity.
Jiang said they coat ordinary construction glass with cadmium telluride. The optoelectronic film is as thin as one-hundredth of a hair.
He said the per-unit size of the company's electricity-generating glass sheet was the largest in the world so far, as those produced by foreign firms were only 0.72 square meters at the largest.
In the factory, a production line which is 560 meters long is fully automated, running at full speed to catch up with orders.
The company has received two big overseas orders for an amount of glass with a power generating capacity of 170 megawatts in total. One was ordered by Ford Motor to use it on the exterior walls and roofs of its 159 factories around the globe. The other is for a new-energy project for solar-roof houses in Scotland.
Domestically, solar-windows with a total capacity of generating 63 megawatts of electricity have been ordered for building a highway service station in Chengdu and an economic development zone in eastern China's Anhui Province.