Materials Company



Funding Goal $1,500,000
Funding Raised So Far $1,500,000
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining $0
Funding Type Convertible Debt
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding

Company Overview

INOVUES enables existing buildings to upgrade to the latest energy-saving and smart glass innovations without removal, replacement or disruption—modernizing buildings and making them smarter, greener and healthier for a better and sustainable future.

We will unlock the trillion-dollar commercial facade & window retrofit market. With our game-changing, non-invasive retrofit technology, we cut costs by up to 90%, offer 10x faster ROI, and eliminate disruptions.

- $1.1 Tn commercial real estate obsolescence problem
- $23+ Bn per year are wasted on preventable energy loss
- Up to 40% of a building’s energy loss is due to inefficient facades & windows
- 70% of buildings have obsolete glazing
- Replacement is costly, disruptive, and wasteful

- Up to 40% energy & carbon emissions savings
- 2-10x more insulation
- Improved acoustic & thermal comfort
- Zero waste, ~70% fewer materials than replacement
- No disruption to building operations & occupants
- Modern, smart glass options enhance curb appeal & value
- Up to 10x faster payback than traditional solutions

- $9.5 Tn global market opportunity
- IRA incentives are catalyzing $1.2 Tn in gov’t climate-tech spending
- Investment in building energy efficiency up by ~14% to $250+ Bn (IEA)
- Utility facade retrofit incentives have grown by up to 13x
- Energy-efficient window market growing at 8.5%

Our team is involved in the retrofit process from start to finish. We help identify key performance metrics, provide cost-benefit analysis & recommendations, oversee the installation, and assist with rebates & stakeholder communications.

INOVUES’ mission is to increase the rate of glazing retrofits in commercial and multi-family buildings to improve their value, functionality, and sustainability. We have piloted our systems in New York, Boston, Portland, Seattle and Los Angeles. Early adopters include Fortune 500 and large commercial real estate companies, as well as an alliance of over 140 energy utilities.

Re-Energizing Building Facades · No Replacement · No Disruption · High-ROI Retrofits

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Non-Invasive Insulating Glass Retrofits (IGRs)

INOVUES IGRs are overlay glazing panels installed on building facades and windows. They are attached to the existing facade/window infill panels, externally or internally, using a non-invasive patented attachment system. Once installed, IGRs create a tightly-sealed desiccated thermal cavity between the original and newly-added glass, enabling them to perform like factory-made insulating glass units (IGUs), unlike any other solution.

Breathable Secondary Window Retrofits (SWRs)

INOVUES SWRs are attached to the existing window frames or glazing from the interior using a non-invasive attachment mechanism. INOVUES SWRs feature a patent-pending breathable insulating system that can passively vent without letting in dust, eliminating any excessive heat build-up in the insulating cavity between the glass panes, which could cause thermal stress breakage or persistent fogging/condensation, unlike any other secondary window.


Anas Al Kassas
Chief Executive Officer
Anas A......

Anas is the founder and CEO/CTO of INOVUES, a dynamic leader and innovator with over 15 years of international experience in architecture and facade engineering. His deep expertise in developing, manufacturing, and testing advanced facade and window systems for high-rise buildings enabled him to lead INOVUES' technology development and commercialization, attracting Fortune 500 clients and strategic VC backing. Prior to founding INOVUES, Anas worked with leading AEC companies on iconic real estate developments around the world, including 200 Amsterdam Avenue, a prominent high-rise building in Manhattan; Entisar Tower, the second tallest tower in Dubai; and Raffles City Chongqing, a mega-skyscraper city in China. Anas holds a Master of Architecture degree from Boston Architectural College and a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering degree from Damascus University.

Paul Griese
Director Engineering
Paul G......

Paul is a 25-year façade industry veteran with a multi-disciplinary experience in building envelope design, consulting, engineering, thermal, and forensic analysis. He brings a unique perspective, having “sat on both sides of the table” while working with façade professionals, contractors, building owners, as well as fabricators. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI, and a Master of Science degree in Business Management from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute at Hartford, CT. He has also achieved the BECxP/CxA+BE Building Envelope Commissioning Certificates from the University of Wisconsin.

Jen Miret
Director Marketing
Jen M......

Jen brings 15 years of building industry experience in marketing, communications, and public relations. She has led award-winning product introductions, branding, and multi-channel content development to drive thought leadership. Jen’s passion is raising awareness about building solutions that can accelerate the transition to a high-performance, healthier, and more sustainable future. She holds a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in International Business with a concentration in Marketing and Contemporary Arts with a concentration in Advertising Design from Ramapo College of New Jersey.

Tom Burke
Director Business Development
Tom B......

Tom is a business development leader with over 35 years of experience commercializing innovative technologies. He spent the last 15 years leading the adoption of technologies in indoor air quality, renewable energy, and sustainability for the built environment. Tom held executive positions at enVerid, Johnson Controls, and Honeywell, among others, where he sold over hundred million dollars in ECMs and energy retrofit projects. Tom has a broad technology background that began in the semiconductor industry and includes solar, wind, geothermal, HVAC, and building controls. Tom’s passion has been to educate the public and building owners and create awareness on how to save energy by adopting new technologies and best practices. He holds a degree in electronic technology from Hudson Valley and he is certified in photovoltaics from Farmingdale State University.

 Stephan Ketterer, MBA
Director Strategic Planning

S...... holds a bachelor’s and master's degrees in civil engineering. He has worked as an engineer and project manager for several years in Germany. After receiving a scholarship to the University of Southern California, he graduated with an in 2019. Since then, he has worked in marketing and business operations analytics and strategy and has consulted for startups, early-stage investors, and private equity firms in Los Angeles.


Funding Goal $1,500,000
Funding Raised So Far $1,500,000
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining $0
Funding Type Convertible Debt
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding




Houston, TX 77056, US

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