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Emerson Climate Technologies congratulates all the participants in The Emerson Cup 2012 India and Southeast Asia who showcased their design capabilities in the realm of sustainability, green building and energy efficiency.

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New Building

New Buildings
  
 
 
 
  
New Buildings
 
 
 
 
 
 
New Buildings
 
 
 
 
New Buildings
 

Excellence Award:

Energy Commission Diamond Building –Malaysia

Ahmad Izdihar Bin Supaat, Primetech Engineers Sdn Bhd

Getting the most out of natural and renewable resources as well as recyclable materials made powering up this new structure with less than 10% of its development cost. With low OTTV at 35 W/m2K, it also exhibits radiant cooling with thermal mass storage and gets chilled water supply from gas district cooling.

 
Honorary Award:
 
Bayer, Eco Commercial Building – India

Ashish Rakheja, AECOM India
Amogh Sule, Sankalpan Architects

The first NET positive energy building of India is also a LEED platinum certified project, exhibiting 40% more savings compared to the ASHRAE 90.1-2004 baseline. It also showcases an impressive carbon reduction and water conservation strategy by utilizing 100% solar, emission-free on-site energy generation plus chilled beam for radiative-cooling-based air conditioning with zero water discharge.

 

Honorary Award:

Software Development Block-1 – India

Infosys Mysore, Green Initiatives Team

This new building’s integrated design approach achieved a cooling ratio of 600 sq.ft .per TR and is 40% more efficient than an ASHRAE baseline building. It maximized the usage of recyclable materials and construction wastes. More than 90% of the office also uses natural light and has a radiant cooling technology of EPI-82 kwh/sqm.

 
 
 
Special Mention

Prana – India

Sharukh Mistry of Mistry Architects

Showcased latest green technologies by capitalizing on natural resources: radiant cooling for floor and ceiling by using earth air tunnel system for fresh air, rain water harvesting for low water flow toilet fittings, and, part-power generation through solar PV cells of 3 KW.

New Building – with Emerson Technologies

New Buildings – with Emerson Technologies
  
 
New Buildings – with Emerson Technologies
 

Excellence Award:

Holy Stadium – Indonesia

John Budi H Listijono, PT Metropolitan Bayu Industri

The campus, with its widely carrying cooling demand, has an innovative approach in design. The introduction of corridor as buffer zone helped create favorable conditions for the project.

 

Honorary Award:

Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan Office Building – India

Pankaj Khullar, ENAR Consultants

The design of this new building integrates architecture with practicality of energy savings: using a selection of high-efficiency Digital Scroll technology to cater to individual heating/air-conditioning needs with minimal cost, as well as the use of solar panels to ensure that 75% of space is lit with daylight.

Retrofit Building

Retrofit Building
 
 
 
 
 
 
Retrofit Building

Excellence Award:

Global Education Centre – India

Green Initiatives Team

The massive training centre with a total built-up area of 440,000 sq. ft., with 52 training rooms, 183 faculty rooms, and a library with 60,000 books was redesigned for efficiency by right sizing its chilled water set-up using four 250TR water-cooled chillers. This resulted to 30% reduction in energy consumption; 70% reduction in pumps connected load; 23% reduction in plant room space with expected ROI in less than two years.

 

Excellence Award:  

Project Optimizer, Hotel Vasant Continental – India

Ujjal Majumdar, Chief Engineer

Various energy-saving measures were implemented in the 30-year-old hotel to optimize energy efficiency without compromising guest comfort. Energy usage was optimized by integrating appropriate technologies and making the best of the air-conditioning systems.

Students - Architecture

Students - Architecture

Excellence Award:

Green and Sustainable School
Madhav Institute of Technology and Science – India

Powered entirely with renewable wind and solar energy, the primary school design provided 22% harvested rain water, 72% recycled water and 92% well-ventilated rooms. Some 37% of the total land area is considered “green” and environmentally-responsible, utilizing bio-toilets and a waste water treatment system.

Students- Engineering
Students - Engineering

Excellence Award:

Energy Efficient Engineering University
University of the Philippines (UP) – Philippines

Set against the university backdrop of UP, a well-crafted confluence of appropriate technologies provide a sustainable environment for students: ice thermal, district cooling, rain water collection and solar day light.

 
 
 
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