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Enhancing employee comfort with the flip of a light switch

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For workplaces that value employee productivity and comfort, color-tunable lighting represents a new frontier. With the ability to cool or warm the light temperature of a room, tunable lighting can wake up or calm down employees, adjust to the time of day and adapt for an after-hours event.

Although nearly all modern workplaces house employees who spend the majority of their days at their computers, most office spaces’ lighting systems were designed for tasks involving paper.

As Simone Skopek and Bob Best of JLL’s Energy and Sustainability Services (ESS) explain in their new book “SMART Green + Productive Workplace,” poor lighting can have a tremendous negative impact on employee productivity. Paper-based tasks require more intense lighting than work done on a computer, and the harsh lighting can cause reflection and glare.… Read More

Nobel Physics prize awards the reduction of global electricity consumption

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Adrián Martínez Espitia
Latin America Energy Analyst

LED Lighting has been an important component in an Energy Efficiency program as “ECM” for JLL since Energy Services have been offered. Therefore, an article dedicated to this was worth-value.

Last December 10th 2014, three Japanese-born scientists  Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura, received the Nobel Physics Prize, due to a discovery that has fostered… Read More