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Green Proving Ground Webinar: Electrochromic Windows


Electrochromic (EC) windows adjust their tint—and, thereby, the amount of light, glare and heat they allow into a room—dynamically. To assess tenant acceptance of EC windows in buildings with glass curtain-wall façades, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory evaluated two different test-bed installations of EC technology—one in Portland, Oregon, the other in Sacramento, California.

Registration is now open for this GSA Green Proving Ground Webinar on Thursday, April 19, 2018. 

GPG Outbrief webinars are presented by national laboratory researchers and include results from real-world evaluations, as well as feedback from facility managers at test-bed locations. Following Outbrief presentations, researchers and other GSA subject experts field participant questions. Attendees are eligible to receive 1 continuing education credit from the American Institute of Architects for attending webinars.

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