About Radiant Glass
Heating Glass for Building Electrification Projects
IQRG Radiant Heating Glass (IQRG) is an electrically heated glass providing unique problem-solving solutions to several difficulties in achieving the NET ZERO goals of building electrification
Each year in the United States, windows are responsible for about 30 percent of the energy used to heat and cool buildings—about 4.1 quads. The cost is enormous , $60 billion and climbing.
This consumption is a result of thermal heat losses and gains across windows, air leakage, and transmission of solar heat into buildings.
IQRG eliminates all the difficulties and disadvantages that are caused by the limited thermal insulation capacities of glass.