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Better use of office daylighting can improve people’s well-being

A Ph.D. student at EPFL studied the use of automated control systems for blinds and electric lighting to regulate the amount of daylight in an office, and found that such systems can cut a building’s energy demand and stimulate occupants’ circadian rhythms, improving their health and well-being.A Ph.D. student at EPFL studied the use of automated control systems for blinds and electric lighting to regulate the amount of daylight in an office, and found that such systems can cut a building’s energy demand and stimulate occupants’ circadian rhythms, improving their health and well-being.

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