Buildings alone consume ~30% of the world’s energy and generate 39% of the world’s CO2 Greenhouse Gas emissions. Heating and cooling account for up to 50% of energy demand for a typical building, with windows factoring in as a substantial contributor to energy losses and excess energy consumption.
LuxWall Net Zero Glass reduces building heating and cooling energy draw up to 40%, which translates to a carbon footprint reduction of 2.5 Kg per sq. ft. per year of building floor space. The company's Vacuum Insulation technology increases the R-value (center of glass) from R-3.5 for current solutions to R-12.5. This reduces energy loss in buildings due to heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer, lowering overall energy demand and carbon emissions.