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Efficient Glass Graces Windows Of Virginia Church

Post Time:Jan 17,2012Classify:Company NewsView:302


A few months ago, we reported that a historic 


Immanuel Bible Church, located in Springfield, 

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“Blinds wouldn’t have fit in well, while mechanized shades would have required rigging, expensive maintenance, and blocked out all of the sun,” said Project Manager Ron Urice. “SageGlass was cost competitive with these traditional sun controls, while offering the promise of much less maintenance requirements.”


SageGlass not only controls the solar rays that enter a building, company studies have shown that it can  reduce a building’s cooling load by 20 percent and HVAC requirements up to 30 percent. Last year, Jim Wilson, SAGE’s Chief Marketing Officer sat down for 


When we talked to him last, SageGlass was actually called SAGE Electrochromics and the company had just partnered with glass manufacturer Saint-Gobain. The point of the partnership was to allow for higher quantities of the glass to be manufactured so it would be affordable in numerous commercial and residential applications. In fact, the company was talking about building their new 300,000+ square foot glass prodcution facility in Minnesota.


Source: http://www.earthtechling.comAuthor: shangyi

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