Artificial lighting is one of the major electricity consumers in typical buildings and consumes about 10% ~ 20% of their total electrical energy.
The artificial lighting strategy at the HPI d-school Building has great potential to reduce energy consumption through its implementation of intelligent lighting control systems in conjunction with the daylighting strategy. This has been achieved through the following aspects:
GREEN STAR CREDITS
The aim of this credit is to encourage and recognise building lighting that is not over designed.
The aim of this credit is to encourage and recognise designs that minimise greenhouse gas emissions associated with operational energy consumption.
The aim of this credit is to encourage and recognise lighting design practices that offer greater flexibility for light switching, making it easier to light only occupied areas.
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