Photensity With 3-in-1 Solar Skylight System

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ven though skylights are very practical, and help cut energy costs by reducing the need for interior lights, sometimes an office or home doesn’t need the full intensity of the sun.Even though skylights are very practical, and help cut energy costs by reducing the need for interior lights, sometimes an office or home doesn’t need the full intensity of the sun. Too much sun is the reason why the Photensity is created with venetian-blinds near the clear glass that are made from solar panels. But just in case any of the heat was going to be wasted, there’s also fluid filled pipes running through the glass which has the potential to heat hot water for the building. According to the manufacturer’s calculations, the system produces energy for only $1.80 per watt – which may be slightly off because of the conversion from lumens). Regardless, the Photensity is a cool new product, that combines the best of what solar technology has to offer.

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