Energy Efficacy Analysis for Seasonal HeatShield Window Coating Performance Data | Phase 3
eTime Energy Inc. is working to develop and validate their energy efficient window coatings. They partnered with George Brown College in 2013 to collect seasonal energy savings data for a number of these coatings. For this phase, students from the School of Construction Management are analyzing the data to report on efficacy of the window coatings over various seasonal conditions, and to provide a cost-benefit analysis based on energy savings. If positive, eTime plans to take the report to Ontario Power Authority to have their products considered for retrofit / construction tax credit programs. Positive results will also benefit eTime’s sales and marketing activities.
- eTime Energy
- Tulsi Regmi, PhD.
- Sustainability and the Built Enviroment
- Building Automation Lab