Berkeley Lab scientists in process of developing low-cost paint for energy-efficient windows
from The Daily Californian
A team of UC Berkeley scientists is going hard in the paint, developing a cheap heat-reflective coating that aims to make windows more energy-efficient. Although commercial coating similar to this already exists on the market, the team hopes to reduce the cost of what is currently available by a factor of 10. “The motivation of this work is to drastically improve the energy efficiency of buildings,” said Raymond Weitekamp, one of the scientists on this project.
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