September 8 - September 11, 2015

Researchers are currently developing a glass-based coating for ships and rooftops. Do you believe this will be beneficial for protecting them from heat and sun?


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It could be a good idea, but I want to see it in practice. 50%
It seems like a good idea and has the potential to save energy and renovation costs. 33%
I don't think it will be more beneficial than other protective coatings. 8%
It contains silica, so it shouldn't be used at all. 8%


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