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An offshoot of the European engineering conglomerate Siemens has revealed its plans to invest heavily in a range of measures aimed at reducing the carbon footprint of its offices in India.
Siemens Ltd, which has an office space presence in most major Indian cities, is currently assessing the environmental performance of its commercial operating bases with a view to cutting the resulting CO2 emissions by no less than 15 per cent before the end of 2012.
A range of the company’s own building technologies are to be deployed as part of the effort, which is expected to sharply reduce the amount of energy being used by its Indian offices and the associated energy costs over the next few years.
Indeed, Siemens Ltd sees environmental building technologies as a significant area of growth for its business, given the potential cost savings they can offer, particularly in India, where buildings are being constructed at an astonishing pace right across the country.
“Our systems are cutting energy consumption in offices by up to 30 per cent,” reckoned Siemens Ltd chief executive in India Armin Bruck.
Siemens Ltd is majority owned by Siemens AG, the Berlin-based conglomerate that employs tens of thousands of people across Europe, including at various office space sites in the UK.
The organisation is expected to invest tens of millions of rupees over the coming years to ensure that Siemens Ltd’s carbon emission reduction plans come to fruition and the company can justly claim to be setting an example for green office space in India.