Daylighting Opens Young Minds in PA Elementary School

February 7, 2017

Wilson Elementary is a public school in the West Allegheny School District near Pittsburgh, PA. The school district took on an ambitious project to expand its campus with the intent to reduce energy costs and provide a better environment for learning.  Based on an Eneref Institute report, as part of the Natural Interior Daylight Initiative, this video provides a snapshot into the benefits of lighting controls with natural interior daylight in classrooms. www.sunoptics.com

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