Game-Changing Sustainable Window Technology

Researches from MIT have seen promising results in developing a transparent film to apply to windows that will reject significant amounts of heat from entering buildings, cutting energy costs. The film works by tiny microparticles made of phase-change material within it that shrink when exposed to high temperatures, turning the film slightly translucent yet still allowing a lot of light through and allowing heat in during winter. This passive application will be great to make buildings more comfortable and energy efficient. To read more about this development head here: