New York City's Green Deal could lead to more window film in the state
from Window Film Magazine
One window film expert is speaking out on the Green New Deal proposed for New York City. Its mayor, Bill de Blasio, introduced it in April, and it aims to reduce an additional 30% of carbon emissions by 2030. Which means the city’s future buildings might need to rethink what materials will be used. “I think it appears to be a part of a new term [de-carbonization] that pushes to reduce energy use by energy produced by fossil fuels,” said Darrell Smith, International Window Film Association executive director.
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