Optimizing lighting in buildings: Efficiency, sustainability, control – Energy Harvesting Journal

See on Scoop.itGreen Building Operations – Systems & Controls, Maintenance & Commissioning

The lighting market is going through a period of technological change, with semiconductor-based technologies such as LEDs and OLEDs presenting customers with new possibilities in terms of efficiency, quality of light and flexibility.

Duane Tilden‘s insight:

As sensing becomes wireless (in order to eliminate costs of wiring, retro-fitting etc.) and energy harvesting technologies start to provide reliable sources of power that allows networking hundreds or even thousands of them […] lighting becomes even more sustainable and cost-efficient. A systemic approach shows how cost structures over the complete lifetime of smart power management systems leads to lower bills for power, with many examples […]

 

 

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