Green Building

India’s First 100% Green Building Will Come Up In Hyderabad In March 2023

Hyderabad will earn a distinction in March next year when a first-of-a-kind 100 per cent green building will be set up at Mint Compound. It is quite appropriate that spread over 2,591 square metres, the green building will have the offices of State Renewable Energy Development Corporation Limited (TSREDCO), Super Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) […]

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Azure Power Headquarter Gets LEED Platinum Certification from USGBC

This certification is the highest rated certification for recognizing best-in-class building strategies and practices in green building. India’s one of leading solar power producers, Azure Power has secured India’s first Platinum certification under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) v4 Commercial Interiors rating system by the US Green Building Council (USGBC). The company […]

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Qatar to Adopt First Renewable Energy Strategy

Many government bodies in Qatar are cooperating to adopt the first renewable energy strategy to diversify energy sources and reduce harmful emissions. To cut carbon emission and diversify energy sources, Qatar has increased its efforts to adopt the first renewable energy strategy. Dr Mohammed bin Saleh Al Sada, Minister of Energy and Industry, speaking at […]

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How Solar will cash ‘Energy’ for Mankind – Analysis

The Sun is approximately half way through the most stable part of its life. Date back to the past four billion years, it hasn’t changed dramatically and believe that it will remain fairly stable for another four billion years. An energy which is generated from the sunlight (Sun) today is also well accepted by ‘solar […]

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Gloucestershire Solar Plant Faces Critical Protest, Mammoth Project Halts

UK’s biggest solar ranch Projects which would have secured a zone proportionate to 150 football grounds have been tossed out after protests from locales. Campaigners said the plan for the 185,000-solar panel ranch on 262 acres of land would have “Industrialized” the pleasant banks of the River Severn in Gloucestershire. There were cheers as it […]

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