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Raise-Brochure

Title: RAISE Program

Synopsis: Poor air quality has been a concern in India for quite some time and has become even more important considering the COVID-19 pandemic. Maintaining good indoor air quality is essential for reducing pathogen spread and ensuring safety and wellbeing of occupants, as people return to their offices and public spaces. Most existing buildings in India are not equipped to establish and maintain healthy indoor air quality and need to be upgraded. Currently, there is no standardized approach to retrofitting for COVID-19 response.

Building Energy Efficiency Program (BEEP)

Title: Building Energy Efficiency Program (BEEP)

Synopsis: Building Energy Efficiency Program (BEEP), world’s largest zero-subsidy energy efficiency retrofit scheme, was launched with MAITREE’s assistance by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) in 2017. It aimed at optimizing energy use in the building sector and catalyzing market transition to cost effective, highly energy efficient building technologies. Retrofits are implemented through Energy Services Company (ESCO) model, wherein upfront investments made by EESL are recovered through monetary savings accrued from reduced energy costs. Lighting and cooling appliances are replaced with BEE 5 Star rated labelled products. 184 thousand tons of CO2e, 75 MW of peak demand, 224 million units of electricity and 28 million USD are saved or averted annually from BEEP projects. Notable BEEP partners include public sector agencies (Maharashtra Public Works Department, Indian Railways, Central Public Work Department) and industries (Mahindra and Mahindra, TATA).

Building Energy Efficiency Program (BEEP)-1, Building Energy Efficiency Program (BEEP)-2

Vision & Roadmap for Green Affordable Housing for Lda

Title: Vision & Roadmap for Green Affordable Housing for Lda

Synopsis: The Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana (PMAY) scheme by Government of India, intends to provide 11.2 million affordable houses for all urban poor by the year 2022. Alongside, the program also employs eco-friendly and sustainable construction. Under the PMAY Scheme, various parts of the Lucknow city are undergoing construction by the Lucknow Development Authority (LDA). MAITREE has facilitated large scale deployment of green and energy efficient strategies in Lucknow.

Lucknow Development Authority’s vision for Green affordable housing

National Chiller Energy Efficiency Program

Title: National Chiller Energy Efficiency Program

Synopsis: Total nationwide cooling demand is expected to increase, in terms of Tonnage of Refrigeration (TR), 8 times by 2038 from 2017 baseline.

Sustainable Public Procurement Framework with focus on Room Air-conditioners

Title: Sustainable Public Procurement Framework with focus on Room Air-conditioners

Synopsis: Procurement is an integral part of governance and the financial management system in a country. Public procurement wields enormous purchasing power, and in 2013 it accounted for 20-30 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) of India (UNODC 2013).

Sustainable Public Procurement Framework with focus on Room Air-conditioners-2

Building Green

Title: Building Green: Approach & Insights for Market Transformation

Synopsis: MAITREE aims at bolstering the widespread adoption of energy efficient technologies and strategies in India, by increasing the uptake of the sustainability and energy efficiency strategies rating system within new and existing developments throughout the country.

Greening Rural Housing under the PMAY-G program

Title: Greening Rural Housing under the PMAY-G program

Synopsis: Government of India has a vision of providing housing for all citizens by 2022. As a part of this “Housing for All” program, the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD) has set a target of constructing over 19 million rural houses by 2022.

ZerO In

Title: ZerO In

Synopsis: Grid-Interactive Net Zero Energy Buildings (G-NZEB) which can be described as ‘highly energy-efficient, grid-connected buildings that meet their energy needs through renewable means, while maintaining a two-way communication with the grid’ are in its nascent stages of adoption in the South Asian region.