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Honeywell, Bharti Realty to jointly improve indoor office air quality

The company will assist in improving indoor air quality

Anchor changes its corporate identity to Panasonic

This alteration expresses its vision to make a better, comfortable life with human oriented solutions.

ACREX India 2019 sets a benchmark for HVAC&R industry

The three-day exhibition has emerged as an unparalleled benchmark for HVAC&R industry by facilitating opportunities for companies.

Energy-Efficient Cooling

The primary concern with any kind of cooling solution is the amount of energy consumed and the cost involved with it.

Maintaining good indoor air quality is of utmost importance, explains Mili Majumdar, MD, GBCI, India.

The built environment has a profound impact on our health and happiness. Clean air and clean water are basic necessities for survival.


Mumbai is home to some of the most luxurious hotels in the country. Among them, located near Mumbai International Airport, is the stylish and eco-friendly JW Marriott Sahar, a five- star luxury hotel that recently received the IGBC LEED Gold rating with 66 points in the final certification review.

Green Goes Gold

Tishman Speyer adds the Gold-certified Waverock Phase-II in Hyderabad to its green oeuvre. Te LEED-certified building space in India covers an astonishing 833 million sq ft.

Energy Exemplar

A Platinum-rated building at the Infosys campus in Bengaluru is the first radiant (panel-based) cooled building in India. Buildings are one of the largest consumers of energy, accounting for over 30 per cent of the total energy consumed in India.

The Park Hotel, Hyderabad

The Park Hotel Group’s 280-room flagship hotel to be unveiled in March 2010 in Hyderabad is not just a blend of contemporary and vernacular architectural traditions but also aims to be the first LEED-Gold certified hotel in India.

Gift of Transformation

RAMAKANT JHA charts out the path of transformation for Gift City. Everyone recognises India as a great growth story. However, the infrastructure bottlenecks at times limit the country´s growth potential.