2008 Study of United States LEED Accredited Professionals on the Subject of Smart Glass, Daylighting and Clean Technology Now Available
In April of this year, Gregory M. Sottile, Ph.D., Director of Market Development for Research Frontiers (Nasdaq: REFR), presented the results of a nationwide market research study of LEED Accredited Professionals at the 2008 Society of Vacuum Coaters’ Symposium on Cleantech Energy Conversion and Storage. This first-of-its-kind study is considered to be the largest ever conducted about architectural smart glass. The study’s focus on daylighting is especially relevant today because daylighting strategies in buildings save energy by lowering demands on HVAC systems and by reducing electricity consumption needed to power artificial interior lighting. Daylighting also increases occupant comfort and productivity and supports the environment.
Recently, the Society of Vacuum Coaters released official manuscripts from the 2008 symposium. The complete text of the manuscript that accompanied Greg Sottile’s presentation is now available by clicking here.
To view the slide presentation shared at the symposium, click here.