FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., December 15, 2015 -- Facts are the solar industry relies heavily on subsidies to compete with power from the grid or the savings are virtually nonexistent, until now. Introducing the Eterna"G" line, a complete solar roofing system that will cost less than connectivity to the grid even if utility companies and governmental solar subsidies disappear!

    Eterna"G" is the company's lightweight, R14 tiles with removable/upgradable solar capacities, which measurably edges out everything in the solar market today be it performance, extra life cycles, environmental benefits or appearance. Eterna"G" is especially superior because while other companies have focused their efforts integrating solar with common building products, EternaTile's CEO invented instead a holistic, ground up design that will redefine the roofing and BIPV (Building Integrated Photo Voltaic) markets around the world and hereafter forge a new standard for roofing much like shingles did some 80-years ago. See full press release.

    There is also good news for property owners with existing slope roofs comprised of shingles or other granulated surfaces, who want energy independence but are not quite ready for a complete EternaTile roof system.

    A frame-like edging accessories are arranged around grouped Eterna"G” tiles creating a low-profile and save as much as 20% off the cost of an installed traditional solar panel system. Simply surface mount Eterna"G" directly on the existing granulated single area without the need for hardware brackets that penetrate roofs and promote leaking. The new configuration of the EternaTile solar line will remain fixed to the granulated surface for as long as the existing roof system is in service. When the granular roof's life expires, the Eterna"G” removable solar modules can be re-installed into a new EternaTile solar roofing system or repeat the economical installation over the new shingled roof. Now that’s power for peanuts!


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    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Feb 11, 2015 -- Over the last 30-years the roofing industy has been trying to develope a high-performance foam roofing system that would meet all flame challenges without success. EternaTile is the one and only company that has truly formulated a dense foam tile with a durable top coating made for installation on any sloped rooftop.

    Intertek Testing Services has now certified EternaTile under mandated ASTM E108 requirements and the product is now in a stand-alone category! ICC (International Code Council) has given the product its own definition and is working with EternaTile improving on codes to eliminate traditional attic venting once the product has been installed. All parties expect final implementation of the EternaTile system by late spring 2016.

    In addition to ICC near future acceptance, The Florida Solar Energy Center has completed a study on energy savings on residential structures in 13-cities in the USA and the findings are record breaking. Homes built before the year 2015 can save up to 38% on utilities per year! These results are contingent on vented and unvented attics for poorly insulated to extremely insulated homes in all national climates. See their full study here at Simulated Energy Savings.



    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., November 24, 2016 -- EternaTile Inc. announces patent protection in 42 foreign countries; Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Macedonia, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.

    The company plans to market this new roofing product line and expand on its teams previous success in the building industry by early 2017. The company believes that new construction projects and roof-tops not elegible for Power Perchase Agreements (PPA) will enable rapid adoption in the construction and solar sectors.

Global Patent Publication

    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., May 26, 2015 -- EternaTile Inc. announces full patent rights against all content and claims to Carmen R. Bellavia's US Utility & Process Patent, filed through Malin Haley DiMaggio Bown & Lhota P.A., offering 20 year protection from initial provisional patent filed on October 29, 2010.

    The company is now marketing this new roofing product line and continues to expand on its team's previous success in the building industry. The company believes that new construction projects and roof-tops not elegible for Power Perchase Agreements (PPA) will enable rapid adoption in the construction and solar sectors.

USA Patent Publication