Chengdu International Finance Square has been awarded the LEED EBOM (Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance) platinum certification for producing 35 percent higher in energy efficiency.
Located in Mainland China, this Wharf Holdings Limited flagship project will become a new sustainability landmark in South West China.
Together with Johnson Controls, a multinational company specializing in energy consulting, Wharf emphasized the need to commit in the green building sector through the integration of the HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), building control products, as well as operations and maintenance services in the building.
According to Christina Hau, General Manager Operation of Wharf China Estates Limited, the existing energy consumption system has been debugged in order to reduce operational cost, building energy efficiency improvement and indoor environment quality which can significantly improve energy efficiency.
In China, buildings are responsible for 27,5 percent of total energy consumed and is expected to be increase to 35 percent by 2020, according to Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development.
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