MEM4WIN

Project Description

MEM4WIN introduced a novel unit for quadruple glazing containing ultra-thin glass membranes and frameless openable windows for direct application in façades. It achieved a reduction in weight of 50% and costs of 20% and Ug-values of 0.3 W/m²K. It implemented direct ink-jet printed OPVs, fully integrated solar thermal collectors and micro mirror arrays for energy control and advances day lighting.

MEM4WIN

Project Partners

LiSEC Austria GmbH | AT (Coordinator)

Profactor | AT

Tiger Coatings | AT

University Linz | AT

Aixtron SE | DE

Belectric OPV | DE

Energy Glas | DE

University Kassel | DE

CNR | IT

Durst Phototechnik | IT

Korea University | KR

Aixtron Ltd | UK

University of Cambridge | UK

Status

Finalised

Start date

October 2012

Duration

3.5 Years

Funding call

FP7-2012-NMP-ENV-ENERGY-ICT-EeB

Project ID

314578

Total budget M€

6.8

Project contact

Leopold Mader

Inova LiSEC Technologiezentrum GmbH

+43 7477 405-5916

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