This paper proposes capabilities of transparent glass window design with energy-saving and heat insulation for carbon reduction issues. An optical thin film coating technology is used for coating multilayered dielectric materials on the transparent glass to achieve an infrared ray shielding effect; especially to prevent rising temperature easily of indoor room. That is infrared ray incidence from outdoor and the thermal flux effect of the transparent window influent the indoor room temperature. In winter, the outdoor temperature is increased more easily by infrared ray incidence. However, the heat insulation window allows 98% of visible light penetration through the window and also allows 90% of infrared light reflection and roughly 10% of infrared light penetration into indoor.