India: What are the Benefits of Energy Efficiency Measures in Buildings?

Feb. 13, 2017

Shopping malls, office buildings, residential buildings and public buildings in India shall become more energy efficient. This is the aim of the Building Energy Efficiency Project (BEEP). Architects develop ideas in workshops on how energy and CO2 can be reduced in buildings. What are the benefits of the individual measures? An INFRAS valuation method provides indications. It helps to estimate a measure's effect already during the planning phase. Furthermore, after the measure's implementation, there is an evaluation on its efficiency and on whether it lives up to the expected promises.


The impact measurement of climate protection measures is an essential part of The Paris Agreement. An INFRAS valuation method helps to estimate and evaluate how effective energy efficiency measures in buildings are. (Photo: Sapsiwai, Fotolia)
The impact measurement of climate protection measures is an essential part of The Paris Agreement. An INFRAS valuation method helps to estimate and evaluate how effective energy efficiency measures in buildings are. (Photo: Sapsiwai, Fotolia)

After a successful completion of the first project phase, the Indo-Swiss Building Energy Efficiency Project (BEEP) has been extended for another five years in November 2016 (see press release). Would you like to read more? You find further information on the project and upcoming events on the BEEP website.

Measuring the CO2 emission reduction benefits of the Indo-Swiss Building Energy Efficiency Project (BEEP)


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