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  • verb Present participle of daylight.

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Examples

  • As we raved about in our posts on lighting and new types of insulation, daylighting is good for everything: it saves energy, it provides a more pleasant quality of light than lamps, it increases productivity and is good for your health.

    GREEN BUILDING 101: DESIGN INNOVATION | Inhabitat

  • Better known as daylighting, this technology responds to the amount of sunlight shining through the window.

    Gotham Gazette: New York City News and Public Policy

  • Many incorporate eco-friendly ideas: solar panels, radiant heating and "daylighting," the practice of maximizing natural light while reducing glare and heat.

    Winning Homes

  • The company develops "daylighting" technology that makes more effective use of sunlight to save on the use of electric light.

    Power Plays

  • These windows aren’t for vision, but they allow a high percentage of light to be transmitted, allowing for diffused daylighting, which is a better method for lighting without producing unnecessary glare.

    Aerogel Insulation Advances

  • Such "daylighting" of urban creeks is being embraced in cities throughout the world.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Such "daylighting" of urban creeks is being embraced in cities throughout the world.

    The Seattle Times

  • Such "daylighting" of urban creeks is being embraced in cities throughout the world.

    Examiner California Headlines

  • Such "daylighting" of urban creeks is being embraced in cities throughout the world.

    TheState.com: The Buzz

  • Such "daylighting" of urban creeks is being embraced in cities throughout the world.

    TheState.com: The Buzz

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