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Journal of Daylighting

EISSN: 2383-8701

An international journal devoted to investigations of daylighting in buildings. Journal of Daylighting is the leading journal that publishes original research on all aspects of daylighting. The aim is to present cutting edge research aimed at reducing the electric lighting energy use in buildings and improving indoor environment.

Topics covered include: Daylighting and hybrid lighting systems, Lighting and daylighting simulation, Lighting designs, Lighting metrology and light quality, Lighting control, Building physics - lighting, Building energy modeling, Energy efficient buildings, Zero-energy buildings, Indoor environment quality, Sustainable solar energy systems, Application of solar energy sources in buildings, Building-integrated photovoltaics, Solar thermal and concentrator technology

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