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Consider LED Outdoor Lighting to get LEED Points

by Dean Dalvit February 1, 2018

It’s no surprise that LED lighting has made a significant impact on the energy use for lighting applications with it’s extremely low energy use per footcandle. New ground is being broken in all lighting uses and we are seeing LED lighting in everything from decorative […]

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Controlling Western Sun Glare with Electrochromic Windows at NREL

by Dean Dalvit December 14, 2016

We recently had the pleasure of touring the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Research Support Facility and one of the many features we saw that contributed to their net zero building was Electrochromic Windows. To be used in applications where there are great views (and as […]

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New Cost Effective Ideas for Daylighting at NREL

by Dean Dalvit June 10, 2016

We toured the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Research Support Facility, and were able to see a number of design solutions that were relatively low-cost, but provided a great sustainable approach to many of their design goals. One in particular was with Daylighting. The challenge was […]

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Daylighting Experts at National Renewable Energy Laboratory Improve Energy Modeling Tools

by EVstudio AEP November 8, 2010

The daylighting experts at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), located in Golden, spend their days pondering the sun. Researchers Rob Guglielmetti and Jennifer Scheib are working to perfect tools that integrate daylight and electric lighting analysis with whole building energy modeling software. What is […]

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