Daylighting is becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to saving energy and obtaining LEED credits. Sometimes, however, the owner ends up with less than satisfactory results.
Two recent studies by Heschong-Mahone Group indicate a number of challenges facing the design and implementation of electrical lighting controls for daylighting. The good news is that proper commissioning has been shown to be the difference between a system that works and one that does not.
Read the rest of this short article, called "A Case for Commissioning," here.