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In the residential sector, the energy consumed for lighting represents an important amount of the total energy consumption in a typical house. In this paper, a lighting system in a solar smart house prototype in Bou-Ismail, Algeria, has been studied. This study focuses on the optimization of lighting and the energy consumption in the house, where the experimental and the simulation of the light distribution in the house was carried out using DIALux software. The purpose is to find the most suitable devices that are able to reduce lighting energy consumption and still ensure an optimal visual comfort inside the house. The obtained results show the efficiency of the proposed lighting system, where a reduction in energy consumption of 55.87% has been achieved.
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