The IT giant has proved that eco-efficient architecture is no more expensive than conventional building methods

India’s towering office blocks and apartment buildings are notoriously power-hungry. Air conditioning alone is said to account for over 40% of Mumbai’s electricity use. And though India-wide only 2% of households had air conditioning in 2007, sales are growing at an estimated 20% a year. Walking off an Indian...

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