The global insulating glass window market size is expected to reach USD 17.99 Billion in 2028 and register a steady CAGR over the forecast period, according to latest analysis by Emergen Research. Steady market revenue growth can be attributed to rising need to enhance energy efficiency in buildings, reduce carbon footprint, and minimize energy bills. Reduced heat transfer due to usage of insulating glass windows minimizes consumption of electric power required for cooling or heating of interiors or spaces in buildings. Reduced electric power consumption drastically cuts down electricity bills, especially in areas subject to extreme heat or cold. Rising need to improve efficiency of windows is expected to drive demand for insulating glass window, which would limit heat transfer. Insulating glass windows help with sound insulation, improves the acoustics of a space, and reduces the amount of direct sunlight and UV light rays entering the room. Theses factors are contributing to rising demand for insulating glass windows in residential and commercial buildings. Rising need to enhance safety and security of building is also resulting in increasing utilization of insulating glass windows as it is difficult and takes longer to break an insulating glass window in comparison to a single pane window.