The 3C Company showcases 1st net zero energy home
The 3C Company unveiled the first of its kind net zero energy home at the Acrex India 2011. The showcased model illustrates how a common man can contribute in restoring the health of our Planet Earth by adapting sustainable living standards and reducing his carbon footprint without compromising on the comforts and aesthetics one always aspires in a home.
Inspired to shape a sustainable future, the company showcased the net zero energy home at the 12th edition of the Acrex India Expo 2011 which is being organized at Pragati Maidan. The 3C Company, which has played an instrumental role in the green building revolution aims to generate awareness about latest environment friendly designs and concepts, which are also being implemented in the green residential projects of the company. This energy efficient house Utilizes renewable energy from sun to make it independent of any electricity grid. The energy efficient home would add to the tranquil experience of the dweller.
Committed to deliver a sustainable tomorrow, this initiator of green developments has been working on the concept of a net zero energy home for quite some time now. The company has already launched a residential project ‘Lotus Panache’ which is the home to Asia’s first Net Zero Pre Nursery School. Vidur Bharadwaj, Director, The 3C Company & the man behind the Green Revolution says, “At the Three C Company we have always strived to set benchmarks in eco friendly designs. In an effort to highlight our technical excellence in creating sustainable buildings, we are showcasing a working model of a net zero energy home, here at the Acrex India Expo. The fully functional model displayed is of a self sustainable home which is environment friendly and can fulfil its energy demands through the help of solar panels and other innovative techniques.”
Ar. Sheetal Rakheja, Partner, D&D (Design & Development) exclaimed, “It gives us great pride to be associated with this innovative, first of its kind Zero energy consuming building. It is expected to change the dynamics of real estate in the times to come. By lowering dependence on the depleting non renewable energy sources, the building also consumes very less water and is mainly constructed out of the waste material. This energy efficient structure will further contribute towards the numerous efforts taken by us to reduce carbon footprints.”