At the forefront of sustainable building systems, our innovative technology seamlessly integrates microalgae, forming a closed-loop regenerable system. Through advanced monitoring and automation capabilities, this system ensures a healthy, energy-efficient, and carbon-neutral built environment tailored to diverse building programs, building orientations, and climate zones.
By harnessing the power of microalgae, our technology exemplifies a transformative solution that harmonizes environmental sustainability, occupant well-being, and energy optimization, setting new standards for sustainable architecture.
Environmental and Social Benefits of EcoClosure’s Biochromic Window Technology
Harnessing the power of microalgae
By integrating microalgae into a sustainable building system, our technology offers a transformative solution that enhances the quality of life. Serving as a closed-loop regenerable technology, this innovative system represents a significant stride towards a more sustainable future. Some other benefits :
New Technology to improve lives
The incorporation of microalgae within our system unlocks a range of benefits. These microscopic organisms actively contribute to the well-being of occupants by improving air quality, reducing carbon dioxide levels, and optimizing energy usage. The result is a healthier and more environmentally conscious living or working space.
Living Prototype of EcoClosure’s Biochromic Window
Microalgae have been specifically chosen for their unique characteristics and diverse range of applications. Microalgae’s versatile nature, multi-function capabilities, environmental sustainability, and resource efficiency make them an ideal choice for integration into various systems and applications such as Ecoclosure’s Biochromic Window.
Chronological Development of Microalgae Technology
Closed-loop Bio-regenerative Life Supporting System (BLSS)
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