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“Healthy and Energy Efficient Buildings” Initiative by the EESL and USAID

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EESL and USAID launch Healthy and Energy Efficient BuildingsEnergy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) partnered with U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Market Integration and Transformation Program for Energy Efficiency (MAITREE) Program launched the “Healthy and Energy Efficient Buildings” that will pave way for a greener and healthier workplace on the occasion of the World Environment Day (June 5).

Objective: To discuss and accelerate the process of the cost-effective modernization measures in existing buildings and air conditioning systems so that they are both healthy and energy-efficient, for the better quality of life of citizens in India and South Asia.

Why is there a need to modernize?

India has always struggled at the forefront of air quality, the inadequacy of good air quality since a Pre- COVID19 time and establish the need for the comfort of its occupants. In this time of the pandemic distress, It has become essential for the people returning to their workplaces to be well equipped with regions of healthy indoor air quality. 

Pilot Phase Initiative: Leadership is being taken by the EESL initiating the first move to have implemented the framework in its office in Delhi. 

Note: A video message was posted by the EESL employees Kumar and El Hamzaoui explaining how the pilot will work and how its employees feel safer returning to the workplace.  

About EESL
Works under the administration of the Ministry of Power, Govt. Of India; towards a goal of implementing the world’s largest energy efficiency portfolio in the country. Easy access to energy-efficient futuristic solutions.
Chairman– Rajeev Sharma 
HeadQuarter– New Delhi

About USAID
World’s premier international development agency and a catalyst in driving towards development goals.  
Administrator– John Barsa