The principal cause of condensation on glass on the inside of a building is a high internal humidity level coupled with a low outside temperature which cools the inside surface to below the dew point. Bathrooms, kitchens and other areas where humidity levels are high are particularly susceptible to this problem.
In order to control this form of condensation, consideration should be given to improving the heating and ventilation in these areas. However, another way to reduce the problem is to use high performance windows containing an enhanced thermally insulating glass.
Windows manufactured using insulating glass units containing an energy efficient, "low-emissivity" (or low-E) glass such as SGG PLANITHERM TOTAL actually restricts heat exchange across the airspace between the two panes of glass keeping the inner pane of glass warmer and so reducing the instances when condensation can form.