By 2031, about 40% of the total population in India will be residing in cities and towns. This rapid urbanization means opportunities for infrastructure sector as well as challenges to keep the transition preserving the environment.
In part 1 of this blog, we learnt how residential and commercial buildings can deploy energy efficient infrastructure and monitoring systems to ensure energy conservation.
Danfoss in India decided to join hands with other stakeholders in leading the work to build a cold chain in India in such a way that there is an uninterrupted chain, right from when the farmer harvests the food through to the processing, the transportation.
hospitality industry’s requirement of hot water represents one of the biggest
end uses of electricity. It is estimated that the average consumption of
sanitary hot water in hospitality industry is 90 to 160 litres per guest per
day per hotel,
While there are
many upsides of making systems energy efficient, as explained comprehensively
in this two part blog series, the upfront cost of investing in
energy-efficiency solutions may deter some businesses from taking the plunge.
Rapid industrialization and growing population are increasingly changing the ecology of the planet. Let’s have a look at how various industry applications can utilize some of these energy efficient and pollution-reducing systems.
The whole world may be looking to find the next best source of energy, so we can reduce the dependence on fossil fuel, and generate environment-friendly energy.
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Today Danfoss India campus played host to the Indo-Danish Business Association meeting 2018.
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