•A monolithic aerogel glazed window is designed, built, and characterized.•The results of light transmissibility tests are compared with literature data.•The aerogel windows in cold climates provide a better distribution of the useful daylight.•An energy audit allows comparing the energy saving for different aerogel-based systems.•Aerogel windows show many advantages both in heating- and cooling-dominated climates.
Applied Energy – Elsevier
Published: Sep 15, 2015
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