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Mahindra Group and Johnson Controls Collaborate for Decarbonization of Indian Buildings

Construction & Real Estate | Energy Efficient Buildings | Partnership and Collaboration

The Mahindra Group and Johnson Controls have announced a Net Zero buildings initiative to decarbonize Indian buildings, targeting the sector responsible for 20% of emissions and over 30% of energy consumption in India.

With three-quarters of India's anticipated 2040 buildings yet to be built, the initiative aims to address this growing infrastructure sustainably, and includes toolkits and training to help building owners implement energy-saving measures, with electricity savings of up to 40-60%.


This appears quite a synergistic & complementary collaboration, doesn't it - the consumer side (real estate & buildings) from Mahindra and the solutions side (energy equipments, building monitoring and automation solutions) from Johnson.

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