According to the Department of Science, Technology and Environment under the Ministry of Construction (MoC), new buildings should pay attention to construction materials, air conditioning, and ventilation systems, lighting, elevators, automatic power cut-off, and hot water system to reduce their energy consumption. The EECB aimed at cutting greenhouse gas emissions over the long run, will review and seek better energy-saving methods and create a framework for the task. MoC is establishing a legal framework to support energy savings in buildings, accomplishing green construction and economy. Among these is the draft circular guiding activities to certify constructions using energy-saving and efficient natural resources and protecting the environment. This draft circular is being presented to experts and authorities to collect opinions and suggestions. A project called "Energy Efficiency Improvement in Commercial and High-Rise Residential Buildings in Vietnam" (EECB) has been rolled out by the ministry since 2016 under the sponsorship of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). This project aimed at cutting greenhouse gas emissions over the long run, will review and seek better energy-saving methods and create a framework for the task. According to statistics from the MoC, there are more than 1,500 high-rise buildings in five cities of Vietnam ranging from 2,500… Read full this story
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