Findings #10, March 2014
Chromogenic windows tint automatically based on outside temperature and brightness, or as determined by automated building controls. In an evaluation in Denver, Colorado, chromogenic windows significantly reduced heat gain over the baseline low-e window, reducing annual HVAC cooling electricity use by as much as 10%. Click on the infographic below to enlarge.
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