Cost Analysis of Greening an Existing Building

Authors

  • Mugdha Yogesh Agarwadkar Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, A.P. Shah Institute of Technology, Thane, India
  • Harshad Sanjay Bramhne Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, A.P. Shah Institute of Technology, Thane, India
  • Rahul Pravin Patil Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, A.P. Shah Institute of Technology, Thane, India
  • Yogesh Ramesh Gaikar Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, A.P. Shah Institute of Technology, Thane, India
  • Nikhil Mahendra Motirale Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, A.P. Shah Institute of Technology, Thane, India

Keywords:

carbon emissions, carbon footprint, green buildings

Abstract

We can use rooftop solar system and solar wind hybrid systems in existing building both can easily balance the requirement of fossil fuel-based energy thus reducing carbon footprint. The sector is becoming one of the highest contributors to the country’s carbon emission. Its alone accounts for 22% of India’s total carbon emissions so we can use green building concept in India to reduce carbon emissions. An estimated by the “Indian green building council at present there are only 2204 certified green building in India but is it is projected to rise to about one lakh by 2025. So, if we similarly make existing buildings into green building it helps us to improve in the number of certified green buildings.

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Published

15-05-2022

How to Cite

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M. Y. Agarwadkar, H. S. Bramhne, R. P. Patil, Y. R. Gaikar, and N. M. Motirale, “Cost Analysis of Greening an Existing Building”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 5, pp. 93–95, May 2022.

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