More Homes Don't Mean Fewer Trees. Here is How Community Can Help
After China and US, India is the biggest greenhouse gas emitter. It is essential that the country takes more initiative to use renewable sources of energy. Before taking such an initiative, it is vital to study the true potential of Indian cities. Taking a step in this direction, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay researchers studied wind energy potential of six cities namely Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Indore and Kolkata.
February 09 2017+ Click Here To Read This Article
Increased urbanisation and rising incomes are expected to result in an exponential growth in housing. Replacement of diesel generator (DG) sets with solar rooftops in residential housing complexes would be vital to achieve the determined target of installing 40 GW rooftop solar power capacity in India by 2022.
January 11 2017+ Click Here To Read This Article
Applying energy efficiency measures becomes essential to provide greener and economical buildings.
December 29 2016+ Click Here To Read This Article
In an interaction with PropGuide, the 25-year-old MTech student who recently made headlines by developing an Ogival Shell without using steel or concrete says his project could be the answer to India’s housing problem.
May 31 2016+ Click Here To Read This Article
PropGuide on more about its making and usage.
May 26 2016+ Click Here To Read This Article
There is no reason why homelessness should rise when a society becomes more urbanised.
May 12 2016+ Click Here To Read This Article