Nov. 13, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Solutia Inc., a subsidiary of Eastman Chemical Company (NYSE:EMN) and a global leader in performance materials and specialty chemicals, has been recognized by
magazine's Product Innovation Awards for the second year in a row. EnerLogic® 70 window film series won in the Solar Control and Shading/ Site-Generated Energy category.
EnerLogic 70 is the next generation of glass insulation technology. Built on the success of EnerLogic 35, which launched in 2010, EnerLogic 70 window film combines industry-leading low-e performance with a virtually invisible appearance, offering four-season window insulation.
"With visible light transmission of up to 70 percent, EnerLogic 70 offers energy savings with a clear view that preserves the look of the window's existing glass," says
, global business manager for Eastman performance films product lines in the Advanced Materials segment. "We're honored that
has recognized this window film series again as an innovative, energy-saving solution."
The EnerLogic series offers ROI in as little as three years, but ROI can often be shorter than this because of utility rebates for energy-efficient products.
"The way Eastman does business is by creating value through environmental stewardship, social responsibility, and economic growth," says
, vice president and general manager for Eastman performance films product lines in the Advanced Materials segment. "We continually look for sustainable solutions to protect our planet's resources."
EnerLogic 70 demonstrates commitment to energy savings and sustainability through its goal of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions per unit of production by 25 percent by the year 2020. A Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) completed by Harmony Environmental, LLC and reviewed by an independent third party concluded that architectural window film becomes carbon neutral less than two months after installation. With an average service life of 15 years, these products typically provide 14-plus years of greenhouse-gas reductions after accounting for the products' total carbon footprint.