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Green building

  1. 1. MARKET RESEARCH ON GREEN BUILDING Reference code: IRRMRGBMAR11-01 Published On: 15Mar2011 www.internationalresearchreport.com India Malaysia Singapore #42, II Floor, 3, Jalan BP 3/17, 7500ª Beach Road Venkatarathinam Nagar, Bandar Bukit Puchonga, #08-313, the Plaza Adyar, Chennai. 47100 Puchong, Singapore 199591 Tamil Nadu, India Selangor Darul Ehsan, MalaysiaMarket Research on Green Building @IRR.comThis profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
  2. 2. PRESS RELEASE Green Building is a bright spot in a down market and set for energy, water, indoor environmental quality, and site expansion and home owner education and home maintenance, And Incorporated into every step of the home building and land development process to lessen environmental impact. In future, it is estimated that buildings will consume and discharge mega tones of carbon in the atmosphere. The Green Building report shows not only the consumption by building but give you an illustration about energy used by building in sector and commercial wise. The resource, on the benefits of environmental, financial, industry, market and health and community is interesting. Statistics set from 1980 to 2030. And from 2006 – 2012 mainly catered for market potential in India. Our report reveals the real barriers furthermore in Indian Construction Industry, involved the developer to overturn from barriers. Market equilibrium achievement has been illustrated.Market Research on Green Building @IRR 2This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
  3. 3. REPORT HIGHLIGHTS AND FEATURES Report Highlights:  Energy Used by Buildings in India Sector Wise.  Final Energy Consumption by Buildings(1980 – 2030)  Energy Efficiency Factors.  Commercial Buildings Wise Energy Consumption.  Energy Used By Residential Buildings in India.  Benefits of Green Buildings.  Energy By Buildings In India Report Features:  Perception And Realities  Regulation And Rating  Energy Savings Realized  Green Building Movement In India  Real Barriers In India Consumption Industry  Green Building And The Social Optimum  Market EquilibriumMarket Research on Green Building @IRR 3This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
  4. 4. CONTENTS  Introduction  Energy Efficiency Factors  Globally buildings account  Energy used by buildings in India  Sector wise energy consumption by building  Commercial buildings wise energy consumption  Energy used by residential buildings in India  Benefits of Green Buildings  Energy Savings realized  Typical payback period for various Green Buildings  Perception and Realities  Market Potential for Green Buildings in India  Green building movement in India  Regulations and Rating  Real barriers in India consumption Industry  Green Building and the Social Optimum  Market equilibriumMarket Research on Green Building @IRR 4This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
  5. 5. LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES List of Tables: Table 1: Sector wise energy used by buildings in India Table 2: Energy consumption by commercial buildings Table 3: Energy used by residential buildings in India Table 4: Energy Savings realized by buildings (sq.ft) Table 5: Typical payback period for various Green Buildings Table 6: Market Potential for Green Buildings in India Table 7: Green building movement in India Table 8: Achieving Market equilibrium List of Figures: Figure 1: Globally, buildings account for Figure 2: Final Energy Consumption by Buildings (1980 – 2030) Figure 3: Energy used by buildings in India Figure 4: Commercial buildings wise energy consumption Figure 5: Energy Used by Residential Buildings in India Figure 6: Benefits of Green Buildings1 Figure 7: Benefits of Green Buildings2 Figure 8: Benefits of Green Buildings3 Figure 9: Direct Rental Rates ($/sq.ft) Figure 10: Sales Rates ($/sq.ft) Figure 11: Perception and Reality1 Figure 12: Perception and Reality2 Figure 13: Market equilibrium1 Figure 14: Market equilibrium2Market Research on Green Building @IRR 5This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
  6. 6. Report Summary: Report Title: MARKET RESEARCH ON GREEN BUILDING Reference code: IRRMRGBMAR11-01 Published On: 15Mar2011 Published by: IRR [International Research Report] Pages: 30 pages Price: 50USD Contact Us Email us: info@internationalresearchreport.com / cking.sg@gmail.com Website: www.internationalresearchreport.com Contact No: +91- 9840995095/ +91-(44)-45504412Market Research on Green Building @IRR 6This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied

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