Daylighting and Energy Performance Lab

The Daylighting + Energy Performance Laboratory is an applied research unit of the School of Architecture at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's Center for Integrated Building Design Research.

The primary mission of the laboratory is the advancement of applied knowledge through the specific study of architectural energy systems and lighting technology research. Through the dissemination of its research, the laboratory takes an active role in shaping public policy, as well as offering design assistance to architectural firms. Both compliment the primary mission of the university to meet the teaching needs of our regional community.