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All Buildings utilize the concept of - The Energy Triangle -, which is the interplay between natural light control, artificial light control, and HVAC systems.
Traditionally Natural Light Control options have not been maximized, nor have HVAC systems been effectively managed, due to the absence of appropriate Natural Light Control devices.
Reduction of electrical loads and the conservation of energy, can effectively be accomplished, by incorporating automated shading systems, that are managed. This can be achieved in simple and cost-effective ways.
By utilizing a high performance window shading system, significant amounts of heat can be mitigated, thus reducing AC costs, while natural light can be utilized to reduce the artificial lighting load.
Contrary to what is often presumed, the interplay between the elements of the Energy Triangle, can be accomplished without complex interconnections and convoluted wiring scenarios.
The presentation will outline a template for stakeholders which will outline a set of simple use cases for accomplishing the aforementioned task.