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In Bengaluru, Mahindra Lifespaces unveils India’s first net zero energy residences

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Mahindra Lifespace Developers has established a new benchmark in the field of sustainable development. The Bengaluru project is India’s first net zero energy residential project. The unique design features of this residential development are together expected to save over 18 lakh kWh electricity annually, equivalent to powering over 800 homes.

The announcement marks a major milestone in Mahindra Lifespaces’ journey to build only net zero buildings from 2030 onwards. Building net-zero homes is one of the cornerstones of a reduced carbon future, thereby an important solution to climate change and we are committed to playing a leading role in this energy transition.

The building will have contemporary variable voltage variable frequency (VVVFF) elevators that use less energy during acceleration and deceleration.

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It will also reduce the water demand of the project by 74% when compared to conventional buildings. The project will deploy sustainable strategies such as waste segregation, composting, and waste recycling.

The project is designed with more than 85% open space and aims to improve energy, water and waste efficiency for Cardiff Bay Water Users’ Project.

Mahindra Eden spans across 7.74 acres and its nature-positive amenities have been thoughtfully designed keeping in mind the natural eco-system. The project also incorporates a cycling and jogging track, camping zone, kids’ play area and al fresco gym.

Kanakpura Road is well connected to Bannerghatta, Silk Board and Electronic City, all key employment hubs in Bengaluru. Residents will enjoy convenient access to the Vajarahalli Metro Station (1 KM), and NICE road junction (3KM).

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