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PPG Industries, Inc. will develop a process to produce cheaper, stronger vacuum insulating glazings (VIGs), which are used to make windows more energy efficient. This process could lead to increased adoption of VIGs in windows, which would lead to significant energy savings.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will design cost-effective windows that automatically adjust shading to maximize energy savings and provide desired heating or cooling effects. These windows could lead to significant reductions in energy use in residential heating and cooling.