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INOVUES presents GHG-Reducing Commercial Building Technology

The company presented their façade improvement solutions at Net Zero Conference

INOVUES, a winner of the 2022 US Green Building Council Los Angeles Net Zero Accelerator program, presented the latest generation of the company’s non-invasive glass façade and window retrofit technology at the 9th annual Net Zero Conference, which took place at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

INOVUES’ patented technology reuses the existing glass façade, upgrading it in-place into high-performance, hermetically-sealed, double or triple insulated glass. It is affordable, with short payback periods, and qualifies for a range of energy improvement rebates and incentives. It also eliminates the need for wasteful and disruptive removal and replacement of old windows, preserving both embodied and operational carbon.

This technology makes existing buildings more energy-efficient and sustainable through a range of non-invasive insulating glass retrofit solutions. The company’s patented technologies integrate the latest glass innovations; are quick and easy to install; and do not require any removal, replacement, or disruption to normal building operations. INOVUES offers building owners and managers a high-ROI, low-carbon path to save up to 40 percent on energy consumption, improve thermal and acoustic comfort, and increase the value and sustainability of the building.

According to 2021 data from The National Fenestration Rating Council’s Commercial Building Fenestration Market Study, there are currently over 4 billion square feet of old, energy-inefficient glazing that could be prime candidates for INOVUES’ retrofit technology. The challenge is educating building owners on the availability of the solution and overcoming preconceptions that façade interventions are prohibitively costly and disruptive.

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