Electrochromic glass by SageGlass

See below how Ceilings by Gyproc can contribute to LEED V4.0 criteria: Optimize energy performance

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The number of points is given for only information purpose. Saint-Gobain, in anyway, shall not guarantee or not be held liable for non-fulfillment of the certification which includes a broader package than constructions products employed for the targeted building.
18 points

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Key contribution

When properly integrated into design, SageGlass can adapt to external climatic conditions and occupants’ needs in a bid to maximize energy efficiency. It helps minimize the energy required to operate a building, harnessing the sun’s energy in the winter and deflecting it during the summer.


To achieve increasing levels of energy performance beyond the prerequisite standard to reduce environmental and economic harms associated with excessive energy use.

Detailed requirement

The project’s energy performance is assessed and compared to the baseline. Points are awarded according to the percentage of improvement between the two (see table below).


Read the detailed requirement for Optimize Energy Performance

Our contribution

More than 30% of a building’s energy typically goes out the window but not with SageGlass glazing. By adapting to the external climatic conditions and occupants' needs, SageGlass can minimize energy use by reducing heating loads in winter, air conditioning in summer and electrical lighting all year round. SageGlass has a dedicated team that can join your project from the outset, helping to ensure proper design to achieve energy performance targets as specified for LEED certification.