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1.Reducing Carbon Footprint

Paharpur Business Centre remains the first retrofit building in India to receive the Platinum Green Building rating by USGBC-LEED under existing buildings (Operations and Maintenance).

2.Oval Nest

Located in Pune, this is Maharashtra’s first residential project to receive the Platinum certification by the Indian Green Building Council. Here’s the perfect example of how you can make the best – literally – out of a difficult situation!

3.Taking the LEED!

Slated to be amongst the world's largest LEED-certified green hotel, ITC Grand Chola in Chennai is also recently certified with GRIHA's 5-star rating. The LEED bug has bitten ITC Hotels, with Platinum already being the rating of choice for nine hotels in 2010-11!

4.Green Governance

The Indian government stays true to its green mission by unveiling the first IGBC LEED Gold-certified government building in India: Jawaharlal Nehru Bhavan.Flanked by the beautiful heritage architecture of Edwin Lutyens along Janpath in New Delhi, the headquarters of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Jawaharlal Nehru Bhavan, is a beautiful structure. Moreover, it is also the first Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC).

5.Saving Energy

Founded in 1942, Supreme Industries Ltd pioneered path-breaking plastics products by offering advanced solutions for various industries. Atul Khanna, General Manager, Thermal Insulation Division-The Supreme Industries Ltd

6.HVAC is seen as a nation-building industry

When you look at a conventional building and determine what consumes energy the most, you point to the Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVACs). A building needs constant supply of fresh air and heat management and that´s what an HVAC

7.New ECBC launched to boost energy-efficiency

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

8.India’s formally certified IGBC Net-Zero EB

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

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