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My name is Paul Münzner and I'm founder and editor of ECOURBANHUB. I studied engineering and management at the University of Freiberg in Germany. Since my studies, I'm taken with the question how to shape and manage a more sustainable urban future. LinkedIn

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  1. süleyman says

    To whom it may concern,

    I am a second-year graduate student at the Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design at Yaşar University in İzmir. I am writing to tell you about I want to examine this products in my thesis about lighting systems.

    I will use this product for a 40 square meter room or smaller surrounded by corridors that cannot get daylight from outside, and I will evaluate the results of my thesis to investigate the factors affecting the working principle of this system, its dazzling values and its compliance with visual comfort conditions.

    I will evaluate this system in the meeting room of Yaşar University Faculty of Architecture by measuring the results of the year. It is my intention to support me in providing you with the most suitable and efficient product for this room.

    Even if you can not support me to use the product for the place I mentioned before, which is the most efficient product? I would be very grateful if you could send me this information. Thanks in advance.

    Best/ kind regards,

    Süleyman ivgin

  2. Abdullah says

    Hello I have a building under construction consisting of four floors, the number of rooms 30 rooms with an area of approximately 20 square meters for each room
    Do you have the right solution to lighting all the rooms?
    How much is an approximate cost
    Thank you

  3. Thomas Campagna says

    I was looking at the math and what you used to collect sunlight and I have an idea for your company they could probably make you a lot of money and it’s something I would like you to consider. As we all know solar photoelectric cells convert sunlight into electricity but we also know that if the panels are kept cool they will produce more electrical power as opposed if they are warm. Therefore this is my idea take your current system and redirect it into a room with solar photo electric cells at a much lower temperature in that room and see if you could generate more electricity through the panels in a cooler temperature and I am willing to bet the pure light that is coming from your system would actually make the solar electric panels more energy efficient. Please consider exploring this idea since the world really could use a more reliable free energy source and I believe your company could be leading that frontier.

  4. Darrell Robison says

    How do you keep the reflective dish on the roof clean so it reflects the sun? What keeps the dish from accumulating dust and dirt over time thus reducing the effectiveness? Getting on the roof to clean it is not a good option in my case.

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