Sustainable Design for the 21st Century


by Brent Sauser

Passive daylighting products draw sunlight from the roof mounted collector and with the use of polished mirrors transfers the light to the ceiling of the room where light is needed.  What makes them passive is that the quality of sunlight received is dependent on the time of day, with noon being the brightest light.  In some cases dimmers can be installed to monitor the light intensity.  The following passive daylighting products are excellent choices to help reduce your monthly electric bill. 

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