Smart windows startup using NREL patents
from Clean Technica
Smart windows have been slow to grab a foothold in the construction and energy efficiency industry. The recent development of electrochromic windows, often called "smart windows," promise to make a big impact on building heating and cooling costs. They are "smart" because they can be programmed to absorb and reflect a different amount of light throughout the day in order to cool or warm up a room. Thus far, smart windows have been prohibitively expensive and only available in new construction projects or even more expensive retrofit projects. A new company, based in Boulder, Colorado, and partnered with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, has big plans to change that.
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