Columbia, Md. and NEW YORK (March 26, 2014) New Energy Technologies Inc. (OTCQB: NENE), developer of see-through SolarWindow coatings, capable of generating electricity on…
Made from acoustic metamaterials these windows filter out environmental noise while allowing fresh air in.
Innovative use of natural lighting in the New York Times Building saves energy, finds a recent study.
Ocean House, on coastal Rhode Island, gives a modern twist to the classic 19th century boat shed, creating a windbreak and protecting inhabitants from solar gain.
The Energy Department is investing $9.5 million in heat pump and building material technologies to ensure that homes and offices perform more efficiently.
A new window glass technology is being used in a Tokyo skyscraper to direct daylight as deep as 15 meters into the building’s interior and reduce energy use.
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Sierra Club Green Home takes a look at options around a question everyone with windows on their homes faces eventually: repair, retrofit or replace?
Sage Electrochromics has announced the world’s most energy-efficient window, which allows the triple-pane, super-insulated structure to be electronically tinted.