Corals at Keppel Bay Developer, Keppel Land, supports schools and companies in Green Movement and Sustainability Efforts
Corals at Keppel Bay Developer, Keppel Land, will be signing a collaboration between the Building and Construction Authority ( BCA), together with Singapore Green Building Council, Republic Polytechnic and Johnson Controls on the Greenovate Programme. This programme will have nine secondary schools undergo energy audits by energy service company Johnson Controls together with tertiary students.
The object is to encourage the secondary school students to take charge of improving their school buildings thru' this green programme.
The students will analyse the energy audit reports and propose action plans to work on project together with industry experts to improve the school surrounding and making them more eco friendly and "greener".
Just as Corals at Keppel Bay took initiatives to build homes for the corals at King Dock's so that the corals and marine life will flourish and thrive, making the sea cleaner and clearer. Part of the green and sustainability efforts too.
Senior Minister of State for National Development and Home Affairs, Desmond Lee, said that Singapore has a role to play in climate change despite its small size and it is important to engage young people in the green movement. He hopes that it will inspire the young children to adopt sustainable and green living habits from an early age and turn them into livelong habits.
BCA also launched on Friday a three year partnership with Corals at Keppel Bay Developer to work on a public outreach campaign centred around smart and green homes and towns, energy efficiency, new technologies and sustainability.
Smart Home Technology are key features of today's home. Condos like the 6 Derbyshire Smart Home is already implementing it. Many other condos will follow 6 Derbyshire for sure.
Keppel Land will commit $225,000 each to fund outreach projects. Cost would include exhibitions or roadshows, workshops, partnerships with non-govenment organisations or prototype testing.
The project must be registered by any Singapore registered organisation or company with at least one school or partner from the education sector. They can receive up to $30,000 in funding.
We must applaud Keppel Land for such noble initiatives. They are the builder of eco-innovations and award winning design homes such as Corals at Keppel Bay. It has been awarded the Green Mark Gold plus Award by BCA for being a sustainable development. For more information on the Project, Floor Plans and Pricing, please visit our website:- http://corals.greathomelaunch.com
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