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NSG Glass Recommended as Preferred Glazing for China Development

June 15, 2012
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The NSG Group Inc. recently announced that the Chinese central government in Jilin province and its capital Changchun have published a new energy-saving standard for residential buildings that includes certified online low-e glass and suggests Pilkington Energy Advantage™ as the preferred product. The recommendation goes along with an energy-saving standard for a new commercial building set in 2009.

The coating properties of Pilkington Energy Advantage reportedly enable the warmth from the low winter sun to pass through the glass and help heat the building.

For additional information, visit www.nsg.com.   

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