NREL Installation

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RavenWindow at NREL in the clear state viewed from the inside

RavenWindow at NREL in the clear state viewed from the inside The first of two installation phases of RavenBrick’s smart windows solutions at NREL was conducted on the NREL executive floor to demonstrate its capabilities and provide clear evidence of RavenWindow’s benefits to the NREL leadership team.

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RavenWindow at NREL in the tinted state viewed from the inside

RavenWindow at NREL in the tinted state viewed from the inside NREL’s floor to ceiling design provides full spectrum lighting that is essential for normal human activities. This full spectrum lighting, also known as “daylighting,” improves employee productivity and morale and reduces eyestrain.

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RavenWindow at NREL in the tinted state viewed from outside

RavenWindow at NREL in the tinted state viewed from outside Good daylighting designs can also save up to 75 percent of the energy used for electrical lighting in a building, when implemented with smart window technology to yield the energy savings. Traditionally, windows form the weakest link in energy design and allow heat and cold to enter and exit the structure, eroding energy savings. The RavenWindow solution solves the design challenge of full-spectrum designs with an efficient, people-friendly solution.

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