Hybrid lighting goes to school

  • Bjarklev, Araceli (Anden)
  • Bjarklev, Araceli (Project coordinator)
  • Andersen, Jan (Project participant)
  • Kjær, Tyge (Project participant)
  • Petersen, Paul Michael (Project manager)
  • Laursen, Kent (Project participant)
  • Ibsen, Poul (Project participant)
  • Nielsen, Birgitte (Project participant)

Project: Research

Project Details


Hybrid fiber lighting systems (HFLS) using a cobination of sunlight and LEDs have bigger energy saving potentials than current conventional most efficient technologies for indoors use. Even when there is a big potential of CO2 reductions using HFLS the biggest barriers for their succeful mpleentation is their high price and a low quality of light. This project goal is to further develop a new concept of HFLS already suggested by RUC and DTU scientists. In cooperation with a interdisciplinary team the new system will be installed and tested in one school en the municipality of Stevns, DK.
Effective start/end date01/04/201129/03/2013


  • Fiber lighting
  • eco-designed illumination systems
  • low carbon technologies