• YES WORLD Climate Tech Pte Ltd has launched the world’s first Energy Efficient Windows Solution for home and commercial buildings as part of their SAVE EARTH MISSION.
• The energy-efficient glass product line blocks 85% solar radiant heat, blocks 92% of UV rays, provides daytime privacy and prevents glare issues.
• YES WORLD is also working on Carbon emission data analytics and a tokenization service for carbon offsets to reduce the global warming crisis.
YES WORLD Climate Tech Pte Ltd has proudly unveiled the world’s first Energy Efficient Windows Solution for both home and commercial buildings in a bid to reduce the carbon footprint from the atmosphere and combat global warming. The specialized glass solution is the cornerstone of YES WORLD’s SAVE EARTH MISSION, which is dedicated to generate awareness around climate change and global warming.
The energy-efficient glass product line includes double pane glass and sandwich glass that features a layer of patented material which reflects 85% solar radiant heat and blocks 92% of UV rays from entering the building. This ingenious glass solution is transparent, allowing natural light to enter the building, while at the same time reducing the energy consumption in terms of HVAC load and lowering the greenhouse effect within the building. Additionally, the specialized glass also provides daytime privacy through its one-way vision design and prevents glare issues for sensitive eyes.
YES WORLD is one of the few companies in the world that have tangible offerings towards the solution to the global warming crisis. In addition to their energy-efficient windows solution, YES WORLD is also working on Carbon emission data analytics and a tokenization service for carbon offsets, called YES WORLD TOKEN. This is a powerful mechanism to create a strong community working towards meaningful change to save our planet.
The launch of YES WORLD’s Energy Efficient Windows Solution has been highly anticipated and welcomed by the global climate change community. This revolutionary product line will not only reduce the radiant heat entering the building, but also prevent fading and sun damage, providing a much-needed solution to the global warming crisis.