Super Low, Zero and Positive Energy Buildings
The Beginning of Super-Low & Zero-Energy Buildings
There is a vision for all new buildings to be net zero carbon by year 2030.
90% of our time are spent indoors, and buildings account for 39% of the world’s carbon emissions.
The way forward is to make buildings self-sustainable – making them more energy-efficient, reducing their carbon footprint, and reducing their consumption of natural resources.
Super low energy buildings, net zero buildings and positive energy buildings are the way forward.
Let us help you get there.
- Changi Air Base Hangar
- PSA Tuas Maintenance Building
- Nee-Soon South Community Centre
- High Commission of India