Go Green To Save Money- Energy Efficient Buildings On Rising (1) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Go Green To Save Money- Energy Efficient Buildings On Rising (1) PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 8956a1-YWIyM



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Go Green To Save Money- Energy Efficient Buildings On Rising (1)

Description:

There are two prime interlinked factors that prompted high-vitality use by structures. The most important factor is developing a measure of aerating and cooling and the second is the higher entrance. Click here for the details… – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:3

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Go Green To Save Money- Energy Efficient Buildings On Rising (1)


1
Home gt Blogs gt Go green to save money- energy
efficient buildings on rising
Go Green To Save Money- Energy Efficient
Buildings On Rising
Feb 2018
In Green Homes
There are two prime interlinked factors that led
to high-energy use by buildings. The first and
foremost factor is growing amount of air
conditioning and the second is higher penetration
of heat that comes from outside into building
which eventually leads to demand for more
air-conditioning. The factors do signal a matter
of concern on how to design and construct the
buildings to lessen the external heat.
The envelope of the building separates the
exterior and interior environment of the
building. It certainly works as the outer shell
to help in maintaining the internal atmosphere as
well as smoothen the climate control. But, sadly,
in the country, building the envelopes has been
hugely ignored. Little more focus on the
functions can develop the greater building the
structure in India. It is being estimated that
more than next few decades the building sector
will certainly witness the unprecedented growth.
Also, fast-paced growth of building stock will
definitely result in increased demand for energy
in the coming years. Presently, the new
commercial buildings consume over 200 kWh per
square meter annually, but most energy-efficient
buildings in the country itself consume less than
100 kWh per square meter in a year. Thus, there
is a huge possibility of introducing the energy
efficient involvements. We require realizing the
essential fact and understanding the usage of the
energy efficient building before it actually gets
late. Introduction of Energy Conservation
Building Codes by the government in 2007 is
definitely a concrete step to minimize the
consumption of energy in the commercial
buildings. States such as Uttrakhand, Rajasthan,
Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Telangana,
Union Territory of Puducherry and Karnataka have
notified the code. Once a commercial building has
been constructed, it becomes difficult for any
kind of reconstruction. These are a lock-in for a
specific time period which is at least 40-50
years. A similar thing applies in the housing
buildings as well. If the energy efficient
procedures are actually not taking in the
construction or the initial stage then
retrofitting these at the end stage is not
economically feasible.
Also, there are long-term advantages in
installing the energy efficient methods in the
building envelopes. Let's see the prime
advantages of adopting these
Cost saving Makes one breathe in
cleaner air
Balances the exterior and interior climate
Minimizes the use of air-conditioning
Energy saved by building the envelopes which can
be used for the alternative energy resources In
the past, there has been the constant progress in
the energy efficient building measures. A number
of the energy efficient buildings witnessing
growing through numerous measures. This measure
includes better design for building inclusion of
the onsite generation energy as well as the net
energy metering. The measures to reduce energy
level by 50 leads to a cleaner environment.
2
Previously, buildings were designed naturally,
incorporating the climate-responsive
architecture. Higher ceilings and huge thermal
mass walls can actually be seen in past building
constructions. But today, due to compact
construction, the features seem unrealistic.
Therefore, applying the energy efficient building
measures becomes crucial to provide economical
and greener buildings.
n g
PREV ARTICLE
Comments
There is 0 comment on "Go green to save money-
energy efficient buildings on rising".
Submit A Comment
your comment...
yourname...
your email...
SENDCOMMENT
Related Posts
JSIseashtra pjfiBOiont's PPjflfofe tion
Btttibsgs SMfenges Mombai Rmpmes Detabe Sector
lt gt
Top Rated
Recent
Cities To Become Smart With GIS Technology There
has been Lot of buzz around the... On June 22,2016
8 Reasons You Should Consider Buying Than Renting
In the current monetary atmosphere, there is no...
On June 10,2016
RERA Regulation BiLL Brings Cheer In Rajyasabha
Assembly
3
The RERA (Real Estate Regulation Authority)has
certainly brought... On June 22,2016
Coldwell Banker Principled Realty When we visited
Knox Realty office for the... On March
3,2015 Competition For Real Estate Agents In
India By The World's Biggest Brokerage Firm If
you are fed up of continuous calls... On May
3,2015
Categories
Green Homes
24
20
News
Property T rends
2
Realty Affairs
2
Recent Posts
What Do Developers Get For Constructing Green
Buildings? Provided the cost that green
residential commands, most of the home
buyers... On
What Are The Property Rights Of Christians In
India? The property rights of Christians in India
are governed by India Succession... On
NRIs To Buy Realty In India Through Frictional
Interest The realty sector which has remained
comparatively untouched by the digital
revolution... On
Home Renovation Myths Remodeling is important for
each home and involves strict timelines for
the... On Top Cities For NRIs To Invest In
India Indian realty has always drawn the
attention of the non-resident Indians simply... On
How To Make Your Home Music Inspired Is Home
decoration on your mind? With many options that
are available... On
Impact Of RERA On NRI Investment In Indian Real
Estate Market The Indian real estate market has
been pretty attractive for the non-resident... On
NGT Questions Government To Exempt Small Real
Estate Projects From Former Nod The National
Green Tribunal has directed the Ministry of
Environment and Forests... On
4
Rules For NRI Investment In Indian Real Estate
Market The realty sector has hugely remained
unaware of the technological developments
which... On
Quick Contacts
Phone No. 91 22 6736 4000 Email
info_at_coldwellbanker.in
(
Copyright 2017, Coldwell Banker India. All
rights reserved.
About PowerShow.com