Posts Tagged ‘ Steve Selkowitz ’

Glass Conference Sessions Turn to High-Performance Windows, Special Awards and Recognitions

Feb 8th, 2024

The National Glass Association’s (NGA) Glass Conference is underway this week at the Wild Dunes Resort in Isle of Palms, South Carolina, just outside of Charleston. Opening day discussions centered on codes and standards, but the conversation turned to high-performance windows Wednesday, and recognitions for glass industry members. Steve Selkowitz, an affiliate with the Building […]

‘Super Windows’ Could Save Billions in Energy Costs

Jun 13th, 2018

The Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) is  working with manufacturers to bring a “super window” to market that is at least twice as insulating as 99 percent of the windows for sale today, potentially saving billions in wasted energy. “This is exciting news for the industry as the affordability of this […]

Net-Zero-Energy Homes Saw Strong Growth in 2016

Jun 22nd, 2017

Net-zero-energy homes, which rely on high-performance windows to reach efficiency goals, are currently a small, specialized niche in the overall North American housing market. However, it’s one that’s starting to show solid growth, according to a new report from the Net-Zero Energy Coalition. The group found that that the number of single-family and multifamily homes […]

Window Technology: The Real Update on Where We Are

Feb 16th, 2017

Steve Selkowitz, senior advisor, Lawrence Berkeley Lab (LBL), gave an information-packed 90-minute presentation on the state of technology in windows and buildings during the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) annual conference in Phoenix this week. Selkowitz led the Windows Group at LBL for 40 years, and he went beyond just highlighting the state of the […]