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The Power of (Net) Zero!

From a handful of about seven net-zero buildings listed in India, Godrej & Boyce’s Plant-13 Annexe Building in Mumbai is among the firsts to be formally certified Net-Zero Existing Building (NZEB) by the IGBC.


India’s formally certified IGBC Net-Zero EB

Godrej & Boyce’s Plant-13 Annexe Building in Mumbai takes the green lead


New ECBC launched to boost energy-efficiency

The new rules aim to promote the design and construction of homes


The potential of urban growth is an opportunity to create sustainable cities

In the next 32 years, another 2.5 billion people are expected to live out of urban areas; 90 per cent of these will be in Asia and Africa. India would have been responsible for a fifth of those numbers as far as urban developers are concerned - all this will happen in the next 30 years.


8th Regional GRIHA Summit

Green Buildings Rating System India (GRIHA), the national rating system for green buildings in India, kickstarted the 8th Regional GRIHA Summit in Mumbai, in association with Public Works Department (PWD) Maharashtra.


Building green: Trends in building blocks, glazing, insulation, HVAC, elevators, lighting, and BMS

In 2001, India had just one building conforming to the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) green building rating, spanning 20,000 sq ft. Today, the country has 4,452 IGBC-registered green projects spanning 4.79 billion sq ft!


It is in our own interest that we incorporate resource efficiencies into our planning process, says Sanjay Seth, TERI

With a mission to attain a cleaner and sustainable future, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), along with the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India (GoI), established Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment (GRIHA) Council to promote the development of green ..


Brace for impact!

Nagpur has been in the news ever since the political capital shifted under the current regime. All roads now lead to this 'orange' city which has always been a 'capital in waiting'.


Glassy Vistas

Demand for glass is concentrated in the metros and Tier-I and Tier-II cities. ´While metros and Tier-I cities enjoy a healthy market for all kinds of glass, Tier-II cities are witnessing steady growth in demand for float glass including high-performance glass,´ shares Khanna.


Stalwarts of the architecture and builder fraternity felicitated at the 11th CW Architect And Builder Awards 2016 – CWAB 2.0

The most glamorous and unique awards in the building and design world – CONSTRUCTION WORLD ARCHITECT AND BUILDER (CWAB) AWARDS recently unveiled its 11th edition in Mumbai! Held on August 11, 2016, at Hotel Four Seasons, CWAB 2.0 (denoting the second decade) witnessed winning architects and builde..


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