Get Attached and Tinted: Efficient Window Solutions for Better Buildings
Join Seattle 2030 and BetterBricks for breakfast to learn about the latest window technologies available on the market, from window attachments to replacement windows with variable tint to electrochromic glass in self-tinting windows; there’s an efficiency solution and price point for every building.
In this technology session, you’ll learn about window attachment solutions including low-e storm windows and secondary glazing systems. For about half the cost of a full window replacement, these window attachments can help you stop wasting energy, increase tenant comfort, reduce noise, and lower operating costs.
You’ll also hear about a new generation of architectural glass that tints in response to outdoor conditions which reduces heat and glare, resulting in greater energy efficiency and tenant comfort.
About the presenters:
Mike Hatten, P.E. is the principal mechanical and energy engineer at Solarc Energy Group LLC. He has been actively involved in analysis, design, and construction of energy efficient buildings since 1981. He is a professional mechanical engineer in Oregon, Washington and Utah. Mike works closely with the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) on many energy efficiency market technologies. Since 2011, this has included work on envelope improvement and window attachments.
Brad Baker is the Regional Vice President for View Dynamic Glass. He has worked to promote effective energy and networking solutions throughout his career, which includes business development and sales positions at Echelon, McKinstry and Control Contractors. He is a graduate of Washington State University.Register
Day & Time
- Day & Time: September 10, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
- BetterBricks and Seattle 2030
- Impact Hub Seattle
- 220 2nd Ave S, Seattle , WA 98104