Godrej Bhavan – 2011
A corporate office building located in Mumbai, Godrej Bhavan received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) for maximizing operational efficiencies while minimizing environmental impact. The upgraded facility reduced its annual energy consumption by 15 percent. Learn more about Godrej Bhavan’s sustainable improvements.
Hotel Le Meridien – 2010
Hotel Le Meridien, an international five star hotel situated in the heart of Bangalore city, is conscious of its environmental footprint. To improve energy efficiency, ensure reliability and reduce service costs, the hotel upgraded its HVAC system from 25-year-old reciprocating chillers to a much more efficient building automation system that accommodates varying hotel occupancy. Learn more about the hotel’s commitment to environmental responsibility.
Hotel ITC Kakatiya – 2008
The hotel improved HVAC system reliability and reduced energy consumption by more than 15 percent by replacing its three reciprocating chillers with more energy-efficient chillers. The hotel saved more than $50,000 USD in reduced energy costs. Learn more about the hotel’s energy efficient upgrades.
Penang Times Square – 2010
A shopping mall developed by Ivory Properties Group and GH Consultants Sdn. Bhd., Penang Times Square features one of Malaysia’s most energy-efficient chilled water system plants. The system is 30 percent more efficient than conventional chiller plants. Read more about the building’s sustainable infrastructure.
City Developments Limited – 2012
Singapore’s leading property developer, City Developments Limited, completed infrastructure upgrades to its Republic Plaza building to make it one of the most efficient buildings in the country. Improvements included replacing the skyscraper’s 15-year-old chillers with high-efficiency centrifugal chillers. Republic Plaza also received the Green Mark Platinum Award from Singapore‘s Building and Construction Authority (BCA). Read more about CDL’s environmental stewardship.
Mapletree Business City (MBC) – 2010
A 1.7-million-square-foot mixed development of Singapore-based Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd, MBC features energy-efficient infrastructure that requires 34 percent less energy at peak cooling load than conventional systems. The efficient lighting, cooling plant and waste heat recovery system cut carbon emissions by 6,300 metric tons annually — the equivalent of taking 1,250 cars off the road each year. Learn more about MBC’s green infrastructure.
Ascendas – 2010
Ascendas became the first organization in the Asia-Pacific region to receive the Energy Efficiency leader award when its leaders completed infrastructure improvements to the Galen building at the Singapore Science Park. By replacing existing air-cooled chillers with water-cooled systems, the Galen reduced its yearly carbon emissions by 2500 tons and achieved energy savings of 69 percent. Learn how Ascendas took steps to ensure optimal energy usage in its buildings.