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Active Skylights Optimize Available Natural Light

Mention the word ‘energy’ today and everyone thinks ‘cost’ and they are right. Energy is expensive to create and is going to get even more expensive. It is natural, therefore, for developers to show an increasing interest in FREE energy that exists everywhere. It is just how to capture it and maximise on its strength. Every building requires light but not every building can be endowed with large, glazed areas that open to the skies.

Warehouses, industrial units, factories and other structures require efficient light across a large roof span. Even using facade glazing would not deliver light to the innermost regions.

Skylights have been used as a means of delivering light through the roof to illuminate the area below. In their simplest form, skylights are a low cost solution. However, they do not maximise on the lighting potential.

Innovative engineering solutions has lead to the development of ways in which the available natural light outside a building can be maximised to illuminate the inside.

 

 

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