(pronounced LIT HAHR-vehst-ing)
Biologists use this term to describe a method of deriving energy from proteins, bacteria, and molecules, but we want to address macro systems that we can see with the naked eye. Light harvesting is a term that has come to mean taking care to take advantage of natural light when designing buildings and their systems. With the primary goal of saving energy, systems of fenestration, light sensors, electronic ballasts, window films and coverings work together to let natural light be used for maximum efficiency and minimum utility costs. The pleasant side effects” The natural light benefits employees in that it elevates mood, which in turn improves productivity and reduces turnover.