印度建筑的减排潜力

Report bundle / Policies / India, 印度
Authors: 全球建筑最佳实践联盟 (The GBPN)

庞大的人口和蓬勃发展的建筑行业意味印度建筑能耗和二氧化碳排放在2050年前可能面临700%的增长。印度建筑的节能潜力量是其建筑能耗量的五倍。GBPN评阅了印度建筑节能的减排情况,调查了目前建筑政策发展的情况和实施潜力。

 

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