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Daylight Harvesting: Maximizing energy efficiency

Daylight Harvesting: Maximizing energy efficiency

Daylight harvesting is the use of a control system, such as DALI control, to reduce the use of artificial lighting in building interiors when natural daylight is available. Studies have shown that, by using daylight harvesting technologies, owners can obtain average annual energy savings of 24 percent. Daylight harvesting should form part of an overall lighting control initiative, along with high efficiency lighting ballasts and luminaires, and pre-programmed lighting schedules.

Sub-metering: tracking performance indicators

Sub-metering: tracking performance indicators

Sub-metering is the installation of metering devices to measure energy consumption at specific points within a building. It is an effective way to understand energy consumption, recognise power quality issues, identify waste within a facility, and measure and track key performance indicators, such as watts per square metre, occupancy, total tenant load, common area costs and carbon footprint.

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  • Nunawading, Victoria, Australia
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