SOLIS(daylight redirecting film) save 38% lighting energy annually

09/27/2019
by Ashton KIM
< Economic Evaluation using scaled-Experiment and Simulation >
 SOLIS, daylight redirecting film, evaluated in terms of economic value. The evaluation result is saving save 38% lighting energy annually.

SOLIS, daylight redirecting film, was evaluated for its economic feasibility by saving 38% lighting energy and 10% electricity bill annually.

SOLIS is a daylight window film that refracts sunlight through a fine prism and sends it deep inside the room.

Economic evaluation was conducted through scaled-model experiments, real size-field-experiments and simulations.
 
<SOLIS_SL5034 Refraction of sunlight coming into the room >
<SOLIS_SL5034 Refraction of sunlight coming into the room >
< Lighting energy saving 38% compared to clear windows and other films>
 
< About 10% electricity savings compared to general windows (East)>

   

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Ashton Myung Joong KIM

CEO of FresnelFactory Inc.

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Ashton@fresnelfactory.com

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