Glazing's big switch

For the last 10 years, the US Department of Energy has been pouring millions of dollars into researching a new type of glazing. Electrochromics, it now asserts, represents the future of energy-efficiency in buildings. The technology can darken windows at the turn of a switch to control a building's natural ...

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