ACREX Hall of Fame holds energy efficiency drive in Delhi

ACREX Hall of Fame holds energy efficiency drive in Delhi
25/08/2017 , by , in News/Views

ACREX Hall of Fame, an industry benchmark instituted by ISHRAE, in partnership with Danfoss India recently held the ACREX- Hall of Fame energy efficiency drive at Hotel Le Meridien, Delhi to honor excellence achieved in conserving energy by building projects in India.

For the New Delhi edition of the ACREX Hall of Fame, the top projects inducted for excellence in energy efficiency and sustainability, were: Infospace, PVR Cinemas and The Institute of Liver & Billiary Sciences.

The Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE) is an international associate of ASHRAE and was founded in 1981 at New Delhi by a group of eminent HVAC&R professionals. The main objective of ISHRAE was to promote the heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC&R) industry in India. ISHRAE today has more than 12,000 HVAC&R professionals as members and additionally there are 7,500 Student-members

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Sushil Chaudhry, Presidential Member – ISHRAE, said, “It was incredible seeing the massive entries we received this year for the ACREX Hall of Fame.  We believe in acknowledging and honoring the efforts taken by the builders to help spread the message of sustainability and importance of energy conservation and this was our stride towards the same”.

ISHRAE has advocated the importance of natural resources, recycling and reusing materials alongside employing energy efficient equipments is the key to organic sustenance. Laying importance on efficient use of resources such as energy, water among other, will aid in protecting occupant’s health and improving quality of life. Every year, from the first held in 2016 in Mumbai, ACREX Hall of Fame honors and recognizes the best in energy efficient HVAC systems in buildings across various categories and celebrates its achievements and contribution towards the planet.

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