Electrochromatic “e-windows” can be controlled to respond to changes in exterior light and heat conditions, and reflect more or less sunlight / heat, dramatically improving building heating or cooling performance by as much as 50% through reduced loads. Over the past 27 months, Danielle has grown and led a team of 20 engineers to scale up Miru’s industry leading solution, and proving long-term durability, as well as helping to broker deals with major industry partners. There hasn’t been a disruption in window technology this big in 50+ years – and the potential world-wide is 2 GT of CO2 avoided. The future is bright! Or… not… depending on the window setting!