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Atkins’ H2 low carbon building is an “ecological sandwich” in China

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 05, 2014 01:04 AM
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by Lidija Grozdanic last modified Dec 04, 2014


The newly opened TEDA H2 Building in China is the world-first low-carbon building that has been accredited with four green building certificates: the US LEED (Gold), Chinese 3-Star, Japanese CASBEE (S Class) and the British BREEAM (Very Good). Designed by




 

 

TEDA H2 Building, China,  low-carbon building, sustainable building, carbon footprint, green certificates, LEED certificate, CASBEE, BREEAM, renewable energy, solar panels, solar power, rainwater harvesting, HVAC, smart facade

The newly opened TEDA H2 Building in China is the world-first low-carbon building that has been accredited with four green building certificates: the US LEED (Gold), Chinese 3-Star, Japanese CASBEE (S Class) and the British BREEAM (Very Good). Designed by Atkins, the building incorporates a variety of green building initiatives, including simple techniques such as rainwater harvesting to relatively complex photovoltaic systems for solar energy.
TEDA H2 Building, China, low-carbon building, sustainable building, carbon footprint, green certificates, LEED certificate, CASBEE, BREEAM, renewable energy, solar panels, solar power, rainwater harvesting, HVAC, smart facade TEDA H2 Building, China, low-carbon building, sustainable building, carbon footprint, green certificates, LEED certificate, CASBEE, BREEAM, renewable energy, solar panels, solar power, rainwater harvesting, HVAC, smart facade

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