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RavenWindow dynamic glass installed at GSA's Denver Federal Center

Post Time:Sep 19,2011Classify:Industry NewsView:112

Officials of RavenBrickannounced that the company has installedits dynamic window system, RavenWindow, in a test bay of Building 41 of the Denver Federal Center, in Lakewood, Colo. The federal center is operated by the U.S. General Services Administration.

The GSA selected RavenWindow, along with a competing electrochromic technology, from a pool of 98 funded projects incorporating innovative technologies as part of their scope.As one of the 16 Green Proving Ground test-bed projects, GSA is performing enhanced measurement and verification on this previously funded/acquired technology in conjunction with the Department of Energy national labs, according to a Sept. 19 RavenBrick release.

RavenWindow's dynamic technology manages the solar heat entering into a building. Modeling results from the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Lab have shown that energy bills can be cut by up to 40 percentby installing RavenWindow in a commercial building, according to the release.

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