U.S. Department of Energy Fact Sheet on Low-E Storm Windows
Field Evaluation of Low-E Storm Windows in Chicago -- conducted by NAHB Research Center in corporation with the U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Real world demonstration showed low-e storm windows reduced the overall heating load of the home by 21%.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory study of Low-E Storm Windows -- heat transfer measurements showed a low-e storm window over an existing window performed the same as an Energy Star replacement window
Introduction to Low-E Storm Windows – presentation by Dr. Thomas D. Culp on how low-e glass works, the history of low-e storm window development, and when to use low-e storm windows.
Modeling Quanta IGPs in NEAT and other Software Packages
Evaluation of Low-E Storm Windows for Inclusion in Pennsylvania’s Weatherization Priority List