EDS GLOBAL WEBSITE
EDS GLOBAL WEBSITE
sustainable design & green buildings
policy & codes
research & publications
outreach & awareness
eco housing green building rating system
energy efficiency standards and labeling (s&l) program
india- energy conservation building code
leed india and griha green building rating systems development
promotional programme for energy efficiency in new residential construction
rapid assessment through targeted market survey and programme design
support energy effciency building code development
world bank – international finance corporation
california, sri lanka, cyprus, vietnam, thailand, south africa
the programme concerns the financing of energy efficient new residential housing in major urban areas. the purpose of the programme is the implementation of a pilot promotional programme for new energy efficient residential buildings. under the programme the primary lending institutions will be refinanced, giving loans to individual home buyer for energy efficient new residential housing. the energy efficiency label shall confirm that the energy need of the energy efficient building, calculated at the design stage with the fraunhofer/teri tool is on average 30% lower than the energy need of the benchmark building
development of s&l program for end-use appliances, assessing the impact of the s&l program and suggesting market transformation strategies – as a part of the impact assessment study, a nationwide survey was designed for assessing the consumer awareness and manufacturer impact of the s&l program.
evaluation of international green building systems and developing a suitable rating for the housing sector in india, the project included the development of supporting institutional structure and incentive policy for sustaining the program. the assessment criteria as well as institutions supporting it were also developed as a part of this effort.
kfw – german development bank, on behalf of german government, is providing a credit line of up to eur 50 million to the national housing bank of india (nhb). the credit will be used to refinance energy efficient housing projects through housing finance companies (hfcs) and banks. a feasibility study was conducted earlier to analyse the implications of the programme and the rapid assessment report stands as a follow up to identify workable propositions in the programme designs.
the project focused on taking an integrated approach to addressing the issues of low-cost sustainable technology systems, and their large-scale replication, and socio-economic and cultural acceptance for affordable housing taking india as case study.
the tasks involved evaluation, training, review, and implementation support for building energy code development for the countries mentioned above.
bureau of energy efficiency
kfw – german development bank
kfw german development bank & national housing bank