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See below how SageGlass by Saint-Gobain can contribute to HQE criterion: Reducing energy use through architectural design.

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Key contribution

When properly integrated into the design, SageGlass can adapt to external climatic conditions and occupants’ needs. It helps to minimize the building’s energy demand, harnessing the sun’s energy in the winter and deflect it during the summer. 

Aim

To ensure that the building design allows for reductions in energy demand due to building services.

Detailed requirement

Improving the ability of the building to reduce its energy demand, the air permeability of the building envelope and the ability of refrigerated warehouse envelopes to limit heat loss.

Our contribution

4.1.1. Improve the ability of the building to reduce energy demand 

SageGlass is a major asset in reducing energy requirements, especially when it comes to bioclimatic design. Due to its ability to change the tint and thermal properties, SageGlass provides daylight, sun protection and thermal performance in both summer and winter, for all orientations of the building's façades.
 

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