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Empire State Building Has New Efficient Windows

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As part of the major Empire State Building retrofit project, the skyscraper now has completely refurbished windows that are four times more thermally efficient.

To make the 6,514 triple-glazed insulated window panels, the refurb team used 96 percent of the existing glass and cheapest cialis in uk frames.  The new windows will reduce solar heat gain by more than 50 percent and will reduce the http://davenportinstitute.com/cialis-india-pharmacy building's energy costs by more than $400,000 a year. All of www.jubileecampaign.nl the renovating was done on-site to reduce the energy and cost of transportation.

The retrofit is being funded and operated by the Clinton Climate Initiative, Johnson Controls, Jones Lang LaSalle and the Rocky Mountain Institute.  The entire project is expected to reduce energy consumption by 38 percent, CO2 emissions by 105,000 metric tons over the next 15 years and to cut energy costs by $4.4 million a year.  The project will cost about $20 million and should be completed in 2013.

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GREAT!!!! ?
written by Richard Davine, October 17, 2010
Hey Megan, love ya work!
What with the difference in savings for this retrofit, which is by the way mega and viagra china awesome seeing is how it's the building King Kong climbed eh?
"reduce the building's energy costs by more than $400,000 a year."
"cut energy costs by $4.4 million a year."
Sorry to nit pick mate that one just confused me a bit.
Cheers
Love ya Eco Geeks.
Rich
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@Davine
written by Gerard, October 19, 2010
You state that this is http://saltlakewebcentral.com/generic-levitra-from-india the building that King Kong climbed. This is not the case. King Kong was a fictional creature, there never was a King Kong and consequently King Kong never climbed the plaisirdecreer.be building.

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Read the source please
written by Ingo Ratsdorf, October 25, 2010
@Richard
Please read the original 911 article. The windows themselves will save $400K, the total revamp will save $4.4M. The article does not really state what the other measures are.

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