I live in a cold climate and want to be able to use the skoolie in the winter. The biggest contributor to heat loss is all the single-pane windows. Heavy quilted drapes are one fix, but I'd like to be able to let natural light in.
Last summer, as others have done, I used aluminum frame kits to make window screens to keep the bugs out. The instructions said that the same frame kits could be used to make storm windows by swapping in clear vinyl for the screen material. I just made my first two storm windows, with 11 more to go. They are not quite as clear as glass, but it's unsafe to use regular window glass in a vehicle anyway.
It's too early to gauge the results with a thermometer, but the project seems promising. I show how I put them together in this YouTube vide, FYI.