I don’t think so. Glass isn’t a great conductor of energy. I suppose you could get some more light, but you could also have more windows.
I would guess that mirrors would not do anything substantial in terms of saving energy. However, a strategically place mirror could use natural light instead of a electric light. For example, a bathroom mirror placed adjacent or opposite a window could reflect light into the mirror, lessening a need for a mirror light.
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