Wednesday, February 18, 2015

IQ Radiant Glass Window Systems 

Combing an IQ Radiant Glass Window System with on or off-site solar or wind power can help achieve a  “NET ZERO BUILDING”
In this example the savings is 32,596,368 lbs. CO2

According to a new report, Q4, 2014 from Navigant Research, worldwide revenue from energy efficient buildings is expected to grow from $307 billion in 2014 to nearly $623 billion in 2023.
“Services that would have seemed costly or unnecessary to building owners 5 to 10 years ago – such as corporate sustainability initiatives focused on energy efficiency – are becoming increasingly mainstream,” says Noah Goldstein, research director with Navigant Research. “Energy efficiency can help governments to reduce the carbon intensity of local and national economies and corporations reduce costs as well as their carbon footprints.” 

This elegant chart demonstrates that a Net Zero Building  must use products that reduce energy consumption, increase efficiency, reduce wasteful energy practices and replace fossil based fuels with either onsite or offsite renewable sources.

1. Designing with IQ Radiant Glass Window Systems
2. Retrofitting with IQ Radiant Glass Window Systems
3. Replacing fossil fuel based heating systems with renewables

"The IQ Radiant Glass Window System maximizes the value of nob-fossil sources by significantly improving the efficiency of the consumption. We are sourcing and  leveraging the value of the non-fossil fuel by the intrinsic efficiency of the Radiant Heating Glass. But there is even more.”

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