As Bangalore is growing bigger in size and population, demand for power is going to increase and as a result frequent power cuts. As citizens, we need to participate in the effort not only to reduce our energy consumption in daily life but also to implement ideas of the energy-efficient building when constructing a new house or a workspace. Home Architecture Design Solutions in Bangalore have been constantly working on ideas to tap alternative sources of energy.
In an effort to go green and improve the air quality of your home alternative energy can come from a variety of sources: solar, wind, geothermal, and biomass. These renewable energy sources can be harnessed in varied ways to provide power and cooling to a building and lower supplemental consumption. Simply put, the alternative energy source should be chosen based on the natural resources offered by the locally available resources.
In addition to an alternative energy source, other sustainable construction design technologies and components must be used in order to further lower a building’s demand for energy. In the extremes of Indian weather, the air exchange ventilation system can be used to regulate air flow.
In commercial buildings, air conditioning and lighting are most energy-consuming, in recent years lighting products and systems have improved significantly to contribute to lower these demands. Of course, using no artificial lighting at all is the most beneficial to lower consumption. A typical net-zero energy building will effectively allow daylight to penetrate deep into highly occupied spaces, and employ a high-tech sensor lighting system that adjusts artificial lighting output based on the amount of daylight present. In addition, sensors can be used for areas that do not constantly need to be lit. Of course, the artificial light source itself can draw less power when CFL and LED lamps are used. (Interior Architects in Bangalore)
The construction industry will greatly be influenced by the constant increase in energy prices and the demand for environmental compliance. To remain competitive, industry professionals are always working hard to introduce innovative ideas. As the demand grows for more sustainable working and living spaces, so does the need for construction technologies that can streamline the building process, reduce costs and maintain quality.