Indira Paryawaran Bhawan is a project of Ministry of Environment and Forests for Construction of New office Building at New Delhi. The basic design concept of the project is to make a net zero energy green building. The building is targeted to achieve LEED Platinum Rating – IGBC and GRIHA 5 star rating (Indian green rating system).
The total build up area is 9570 Sq.M a Ground+ 7 building with an estimated budget of Rs.128.63 crores. Energy conservation measures are adopted to optimize the overall design load of the building. High Efficiency Solar Panels, chilled beams, heat recovery wheel, and water cooled chillers, double skin air handling units with variable frequency drives along with Geo thermal heat exchange technology are implemented in order to make it a Net Zero building.
REHAU is a proud partner to the project for supporting and implementing Geothermal cooling technology. uPVC windows with hermetically sealed double glazed using low heat transmittance index glass for optimizing building envelope.
REHAU has supplied 180 geothermal heat exchangers, U-shape PE-100 probes in order to replace the condenser heat load by cooling tower from the site
|Project||Indira Paryawaran Bhawan, New Delhi|
|Type of Construction||Office building|
|Customer||Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India|
|Green Building consultant||DPAP (Ar. Deependra Prasad, Neeraj Kapoor)|
|REHAU systems used||RAUGEO, REHAU Prestige Design – Window solution|