When investments in affordable housing are expanding under Central and state government housing schemes, on-ground assessment of emerging building stock in states shows there is still considerable scope of reducing heat gain in buildings, improving ventilation and day-lit areas to improve thermal comfort for all and reduce the energy intensity of built structures. This has emerged from the pilot assessment of the affordable housing schemes – the Dignity Housing Scheme – in Telangana, carried out by the Centre for Science and Environment. To get full access to this story, "Subscribe Now", in just Re.1 for the next 24 hours.
Login and subscribe to continue reading this story....
Already a user? Login