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The solution to today’s urbanization issues lies in our glorious architectural heritage: Mitu Mathur

The ruins of Indus Valley Civilization established one thing for sure, that India’s knowledge about urban planning was way ahead of its peers. However, be it the curse of colonization or the short-sightedness of the governments post-independence that we Indians completely messed up when it came to developing world-class cities. Today, due to the pressure created by the increasing population, we need to develop planned cities, says Ms. Mitu Mathur, Director, Gian P. Mathur – Architects & Planners. While discussing the need for sustainable development with Team RealtyMyths, Ms. Mathur emphasized on the need for long-term planning and execution. Here are the excerpts of the interaction. RM: India, being a developing economy, is facing the problem of acute urbanization. The existing ...

Smarter & Energy Efficient Houses

by Anushree Ghosh, The prerequisites of modern Construction Technologies Today, the improved awareness regarding the importance of conserving energy has made people concerned about efficiently using resources to heat or cool their houses. Smart and sustainable use of energy is one of the current topics of building modern houses. This is called green construction, where activities related to the building, repair and demolition of a site, which generally causes a lot of pollution and waste in the process, is done with the least negative impact on the environment. By using the ec0-friendly technologies like home automation lighting, smart appliances that consume less power and water while washing clothes or dishes, water-saving shower heads and high-tech thermostats that can be operated by yo...

Schneider Electric and the Jesuits launch two electricity training programs for underprivileged people in Lubumbashi

By 2020, around 500 electricians will be trained in a region lacking qualified workers Schneider Electric will support in designing the programs, providing suitable equipment and training the trainers In Haut-Katanga Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the lack of qualified electricians is undermining the province’s economic development. With this in mind, Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, and the Society of Jesus in the DRC will help 500 local young people find work between 2018 and 2020 by creating two certified training courses for electricians. 80% of these trainees will come from underprivileged families. Boosting the Haut-Katanga economy As Africa’s fourth most populated country, with a wealth of natu...

INTERSOLAR INDIA 2016: Dynamic expansion in the Indian solar market

The Indian solar market is experiencing strong growth, bringing it ever closer to the Indian government’s goal of increasing the installed photovoltaic (PV) capacity to 100 gigawatts (GW) by 2022. RM Correspondent Against the backdrop of this progress, Intersolar India opened today in the Bombay Exhibition Center in Mumbai. Over 230 exhibitors are presenting their products, services and solutions for the solar industry until October 21. The exhibition is accompanied by the Intersolar India Conference, where the Indian solar market and private roof-mounted installations are the center of attention. Intersolar India 2016 was inaugurated by Mr. Falk Senger, Managing Director, Messe München GmbH, Michael Schmela, Executive Advisor – Solar Power Europe, Belgium, Dr. Daniel Strowitzki, CEO...

Renewable Energy : A renewed approach

The last decade has witnessed countries all over the world betting big on renewable energy for reducing their dependence on fossil fuels. These efforts are a result of the rising concern towards two major threats being posed to the planet, that of increased levels of atmospheric Carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases produced by the burning of fossil fuels, leading to a rapid climate change and secondly, for being able to manage and minimize the use of the diminishing fossil fuel reserves.  The Kyoto Protocol was one such attempt by nations to curb the emission of greenhouse gases. Burneet Kaur However, an economy’s requirement of power and energy needs to be met in order to keep it functional. It is precisely this gap that renewable sources of energy such as solar, wind, water and geot...

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