Latest Eneref Report Examines New Warm-White Daylight Skylights Installed in a Goodwill Store
[NEWS] Philadelphia – Nov 8, 2017 – Eneref Institute Right to Daylight initiative, releases its latest natural interior daylight report. With a focus on sustainability, Goodwill converted an abandoned Target store into a Goodwill support center. The report highlights the new Sunoptics® tubular skylight system, LightFlexTM CCT, which offers warm-white daylight to the Goodwill store office.
The new Eneref Institute report is available for download at eneref.org, here. The study describes the results of the project, including interviews with the architect, facility manager, and occupants. Eneref Institute launched the Right to Daylight campaign to articulate the critical need for natural interior daylight in our homes and buildings. More information on this Goodwill project is available during GreenBuild 2017 in Boston at the Acuity Brands Booth #231
LightFlex CCT is the first daylighting system designed to color-shift cool daylight to warm through the use of Sunoptics’ patented remote phosphor technology. The tubular daylighting systems were installed in the office of a Goodwill distribution center in Hampton Roads, VA.