Posts Tagged ‘ Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory ’

New Partnership Puts Windows at Center of Energy-Efficiency Campaign

Jun 30th, 2021

I’m thrilled to share that the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) has joined a new public-private alliance called the Partnership for Advanced Windows Solutions (PAWS), to speed up the mass adoption of energy-efficient windows and attachments. The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, the organization leading this initiative, convened a meeting with potential partners to discuss strategies […]

Ubiquitous Energy Launches Transparent Solar Window Technology Research and Testing Program

Aug 15th, 2019

Ubiquitous Energy has begun work on a new research and testing program for the company’s ClearView Power (CVP) technology, a transparent solar coating that can be applied to the vertical surfaces of buildings, turning traditional windows into electricity-generating windows. The research program is being funded partially by a $3 million grant awarded from the California […]

‘Super Windows’ Could Save Billions in Energy Costs

Jun 13th, 2018

The Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) is  working with manufacturers to bring a “super window” to market that is at least twice as insulating as 99 percent of the windows for sale today, potentially saving billions in wasted energy. “This is exciting news for the industry as the affordability of this […]

Technology and the State of the Industry Fill Out Fenestration Day

Mar 20th, 2015

Fenestration Day might have ended on Thursday, but there’s still plenty of news to report from the big door and window event in Irvine, Calif. The gathering, hosted by DWM magazine, attracted industry attendees to the Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center for a day of networking and educational seminars. Fenestration Day runs concurrently with Glass Expo […]

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