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GED awarded R-5 windows research and development grant


June 16, 2009
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June 16, 2009 – GED Integrated Solutions, Inc. has been awarded the Production
Engineering and Commercialization of Residential R-5 Highly Insulating
Windows research and development grant by the US Department of Energy
(DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL).

June 16, 2009 – GED Integrated Solutions, Inc. has been awarded the Production Engineering and Commercialization of Residential R-5 Highly Insulating Windows research and development grant by the US Department of Energy (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL).

The grant, on behalf of the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s Building Technologies Program (EERE), serves as a valuable catalyst in the advancement to design and develop a high volume, low material and labour cost automated manufacturing system that results in a high performance R-5 value window system, and will enhance the industry’s ability to provide homeowners with affordable, highly-efficient residential windows at minimal cost.

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GED was selected from multiple applicants competing for this award due to its time-honoured 32 year history of successful research, engineering designs and production of innovative window automation systems.  

GED president and CEO Bill Weaver says the company has a long history of providing the window and door industry with cutting edge manufacturing and software systems. “Our innovations in insulating glass production and window fabrications equipment have allowed manufacturers to provide extremely energy efficient products to their customers, while maintaining the highest levels of quality, cost reduction and manufacturing productivity.”

www.gedusa.com


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