YPSILANTI, Mich. – LuxWall, Inc., a leader in innovative glass solutions is poised to drive dramatic change in the built environment with a product portfolio that lowers carbon emissions from building energy use. LuxWall manufactures glass that acts as transparent insulation, providing thermal insulation values that rival fiberglass wall insulation.
Buildings are a large source of emissions – the energy they use accounts for nearly 14% of all greenhouse gases and up to 40% of heated or cooled air is leaked out.
As a business that is part of the Breakthrough Energy Ventures (BEV) portfolio of companies, LuxWall was featured in the The Year Ahead 2023 newsletter. BEV is a climate-focused investment fund that helps support companies like LuxWall that are focused on net-zero solutions.
Appropriately named, LuxWall’s Net Zero Glass product will result in up to 45% savings in a building’s energy costs, with at least an R-12 thermal insulation value (center of glass). The fully tempered glass will reduce carbon emissions up to 45% while opening an array of possibilities for design and new construction as well as for a simple and cost-efficient retrofit process for existing structures.
About LuxWall, Inc
Located in Ypsilanti, MI, LuxWall is focused on R&D, product development and scaling of innovative glass products and solutions for the built environment. LuxWall technology provides a step change in energy performance and has the potential to reduce global carbon emissions by more than 0.5 gigaton per year with mass adoption. For more information visit www.luxwall.com.
About Breakthrough Energy Ventures
Backed by many of the world’s top business leaders, Breakthrough Energy Ventures (BEV) invests in cutting-edge companies that will lead the world to net-zero emissions. BEV has more than $2 billion in committed capital to support bold entrepreneurs building companies that can significantly reduce emissions from agriculture, buildings, electricity, manufacturing, and transportation. BEV’s strategy links government-funded research and patient, risk-tolerant capital to bring transformative clean energy innovations to market as quickly as possible. The first fund was created in 2016 as part of the Breakthrough Energy network of initiatives and entities, which include investment funds, non-profit and philanthropic programs, and policy efforts linked by a shared commitment to scale the technologies needed to address climate change and achieve a path to net zero emissions by 2050. Visit www.breakthroughenergy.org to learn more.