Friday, June 5, 2015

Amritsar is Developed as a Smart city of India

Panjab Deputy Chief Minister " Sukhbir Singh Badal " Said about this projects ' The 500 Metre Stretch of road from Chowk Fauntain to Golden Temple would be develped as " World's Best Street " '.

Indian Government Aims at Developing Amritsir as a ' Smart City of India'.

" Sukhbir Singh Badal " said the detailed project is ready and work will be started by August in this year. Before this , trending and allocation formalities have to be done.

" Sukhbir Singh Badal " was addressing a meeting which help to review plans for developing amritsir as a Smart City of India.

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Thursday, June 4, 2015

Smart Buildings is the foundation for Smart Cities

  • The government of India needs to develop 110 million housing units to achieve the vision of "housing for all by 2022". Encouraging private sector participation in urban affordable housing could help achieve this vision (KPMG).
  • Current annual investments in the housing sector are about US$ 120 billion, and are expected to be around US$ 2 trillion by 2022, translating to about US$ 250 billion annually (KPMG).
  • More than 2,771 green buildings projects are registered with the Indian Green Building Council (as on August 2014) with a footprint of over 2.23 billion sq ft (IGBC).
  • Buildings in India consume around 40 percent of total energy generated, and 20 per cent of water (Centre for Science and Environment).
  • Buildings in India generate 40 percent of the carbon emissions, 30 per cent of solid waste, and 20 per cent of water effluents (Centre for Science and Environment).
  • It is estimated that India can save around US$ 42 billion every year with efficient management of lighting, heating, air-conditioning, etc. (McKinsey & Company).
  • Smart building technologies reduce maintenance costs by 10-30 percent, and enhance occupant's comfort, health and safety.

Wednesday, June 3, 2015


- This commercial, fashion, and entertainment capital of India has a GDP of 209 Billion USD.
- Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra, and this port city handles over 70% transactions of the nation's economy.
- Mumbai contributes to more than 6% of the total Indian economy.
- It contributes 10% of factory employment, 30% of IT collections, 60% custom duty collection, 20% central excise tax collection, 40% of foreign trade collection, and 10 Billion USD in corporate taxes.
- Mumbai has headquarters of NSE, BSE, RBI, and many other important establishments.
- The 3 largest companies of India Reliance Industries Limited, Tata Group, and Aditya Birla Group operate out of Mumbai.

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