The Indian state makes policy for the country, namely by building green buildings as a new trend in the country to increase green space, water, electricity, especially in Delhi, Bengaluru, and Mumbai. The buildings are made based on the wishes of governments in India who want to utilize renewable natural resources such as solar, wind, and water.
The Benefit of Green Buildings
The green buildings that become a trend are built through the reuse or recycling of goods. And then green plants will be in the building to make the air better and fresher. When viewed globally, green buildings have been successfully certified by the US Green Building Council or (USGBC). Which is carried out through LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification. Which energy is focused on sustainable systems, water efficiency, recycling of goods, and the use of the environment for a better room.
According to Priyanka Kochhar as Associate Director, Market Development of the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI). He said that the goal of green development which is becoming a trend is to build better sustainable buildings. If many buildings do not have live plants or good air sources, the presence of green plants in the building will make the air better.
LEED System as the System to Make Green Building
The Indian government uses LEED which is a green building system often used in the world. This system will create green buildings that are healthy, efficient and also inexpensive. Besides, GBCI has collaborated with Amity University in Gurugram. It will conduct a teaching process on ways to build and maintain environmentally friendly buildings as sustainable buildings going forward.
India Green Building Concept
The Indian government is committed to building solar-powered green buildings which do not cause negative effects on the environment. The Indian government has allocated as much as Rs.10000. In Mumbai India, a green building district has been built and the building has managed. It will get a five-star rating from the GRIHA or Indian national building standards.
The Indian government estimates that the market potential for green building construction will exceed about USD 300 billion by 2025. The Indian government is expected to increase revenue from green buildings. Many people decide to choose green building as their choice. Meanwhile, the government in India continues to make initiatives. Which is to always promote adoption in the construction of green buildings that are cost-effective, efficient and sustainable.