Most Lights on in Daytime

Yes, it’s true, more energy is used lighting our offices, shops and factories during daylight hours than at night.

Most of our offices, shops and factories have enormous flat roofs; hectares of wasted space on which could be mounted, unseen from the street below, sufficient solar-electric panels to keep the building well-lit, ventilated and probably heated too. This would be localization at its best.

With rising energy costs, the initial investment in equipment would surely be quickly recovered, and after that – pretty well free.

Simple ideas like this are often the best.

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