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Building Technologies Program Director Roland Risser posts blog about Dynamic Window Technology

Posted by Webmaster on 5. April 2011 17:38

Today on the Department of Energy's Energy.gov Energy Blog, you may have noticed an entry penned by Roland Risser (the Director of DOE's Building Technologies Program). Risser posted a blog all about the latest in dynamic window technology - how they work, their advantages and information on who is is making it all happen. Please go to http://blog.energy.gov/blog/2011/04/05/making-smart-windows-smarter to learn more!



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  • davood bita said,

    thank you

  • Susy Leflunomide said,

    The windows look magnificent. I think integrating solar panels is absolutely necessary in this case. Otherwise, if the sun gets too hot the windows will darken to an extent when there is a need for additional lighting in the apartment which means spending more energy.

  • David said,

    Great stuff. Something to look forward to.

  • Windows Repair said,

    I think this technology is a new milestone in the whole windows buniness. Installing the new "smart" thechnology will require better trained personnell and repairing windows will be much more that just fixing the frame. I'm even a bit scared of being dependant on such technoligies, on the one hand. On the other hand, what I see on the images (with the large roof windows) looks like real paradise against the modern shut-up offices with the dead-pale light from mercury lamps (which can hardly be recycled, in fact). Effective use of sunlight and the energy we get from for free from the sun is the only right way to go and I'm glad to see some real progress in this direction.

  • billig søkemotoroptimalisering said,

    This blog made me thinking of getting things work for me. Thank You for the info and keep doing the good job. Best regards Billig Søkemotoroptimalisering

  • peru travel said,

    Thanks, very interesting post. You can never say for sure with technology, but I wouldn't be surprised if years from now this is considered a watershed moment for Dynamic Window Technology.

  • july falgun said,

    I am very interesting post. You can never say for sure with technology, but I wouldn't be surprised if years from now this is considered a watershed moment for Dynamic Window Technolog

  • garry Booton said,

    I am in the process of building my own home and I have been looking for the besy possible windows to install and I have to admit I found the blog post very interesting. The improvement in window heat retention and safety has really moved forward in the last couple of years.
    Great article and one that I normally would not have bothered with, it is amazing the things you become interested in when building a house.

  • Rebecca said,

    Dynamic window technology is a new concept and requires little bit more knowledge. It's glad that you have shared this on your site.