IGBC

(redirected from Indian Green Building Council)
AcronymDefinition
IGBCIndian Green Building Council (India; Andhra Pradesh government and Confederation of Indian Industry)
IGBCInteragency Grizzly Bear Committee
IGBCÍndice General de la Bolsa de Colombia (Colombia)
IGBCIntergalactic Banking Clan (Star Wars)
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In its mission, IIFL HFL has been joined by Asian Development Bank (ADB), International Finance Corporation (IFC), CDC - a UK sovereign fund, Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), Green Building Council of India (GBCI), Energy Efficient Services Ltd.
Godrej Garden City becomes the largest township in India to receive Platinum Certification under the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) Green Residential Society Rating System
That meant doing without green building certification by the Indian Green Building Council's (IGBC) rating standard, which would have ratcheted up the project cost by another Rs 25 lakh.
It is India's first 'Green Homes' developer with one of the largest footprints of Indian Green Building Council pre-certified and certified green buildings.
Rajiv Mohan, founder and MD of Cherry Hill Interiors Ltd., says, "According to Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), a green homes rating agency, green buildings besides being energy efficient also increase return on realty investment due to lower operating expenses.
The plant has been constructed as per the norms specified by Indian Green Building Council (IGBC).
The Indian Green Building Council has recognised Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicles Pvt.
However, the difference is in the approach, which revolves round a concern for extending life spans of natural resources, and providing human comfort, safety and productivity (Burnett, 2007; Paul and Taylor, 2008; Indian Green Building Council, 2011; Kates, 2011).
India has recently formed 'Indian Green Building Council' generating awareness about benefits of green buildings.
India, July 12 -- Delta India Electronics, a provider of power management and thermal management solutions, has recently announced that its Rudrapur plant has successfully achieved LEED certification as "Gold-rated" green building and received the honor from the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC).
And as evidence of rising energy awareness in India, the Indian Green Building council predicts one billion ft2 of registered "green" buildings over the next few years, double what is currently in place.