Sunphade partnered with the University of Oslo (UiO), one of Norway’s premier academic institutions, to implement their revolutionary solar control solution on selected windows across the university campus. The collaboration aimed to enhance the learning and working environment, improve energy efficiency, and promote sustainability within the university community.
The University of Oslo faced challenges related to excessive solar heat gain, glare, and maintaining optimal indoor conditions for students, faculty, and staff. Conventional window treatments proved insufficient in effectively controlling these issues while preserving the connection to natural light and the outdoor environment.
– Leif Johnny Johannesen, DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND PROJECTS AT THE UIOSunphade can address a need for which we currently lack good solutions.
Sunphade’s advanced nano-thin ceramic film technology was an ideal solution for the University of Oslo. The solar film was skillfully applied to selected windows, providing dynamic solar control that adjusted seamlessly to sunlight conditions. It contributed to reduced glare, minimized heat gain, and enhanced comfort, creating an ideal learning and working environment.
The integration of Sunphade at the University of Oslo yielded remarkable outcomes:
- Enhanced learning and working environment by creating an optimal environment.
- Reduce the university’s reliance on artificial cooling systems, resulting in lower energy consumption, reduced utility costs, and improved overall energy efficiency.
The successful implementation of Sunphade at the University of Oslo exemplifies the transformative potential of this cutting-edge solar control solution. Through collaboration with Sunphade AS, the University of Oslo achieved a more comfortable, energy-efficient, and sustainable campus environment, fostering an atmosphere conducive to learning, research, and innovation. This case study serves as a testament to Sunphade’s ability to address diverse solar control challenges, delivering tangible benefits to educational institutions and promoting a brighter, more sustainable future for all.