SAGE Electrochromics was granted a job creation extension Tuesday, allowing more time to create 145 additional jobs per the 2011 agreement. (Daily News file photo)
Sage CEO and founder John Van Dine poses on the second floor of the company’s new facility located next to the plant his company moved into in late 2004. The new facility, which will mainly house production tasks, is expected to go online in early 2013. (Rebecca Rodenborg/Daily News)
A view from the second-floor cafeteria is the closest a camera is allowed to the production floor in the SAGE facility, and for good reason: The smart glass market is highly competitive, meaning all of SAGE’s technologies and processes need to remain confidential. (Daily News file photo)
Posted: Friday, October 5, 2012 7:52 pm
Updated: 4:15 pm, Fri Oct 12, 2012.
Friday, October 5, 2012 7:52 pm.
Updated: 4:15 pm.