The Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) – one of the apex bodies in India to rate and certify a system as a ‘green’ system – has certified Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) a ‘green metro rail system’, awarding platinum certificate to all its eight Metro stations on the ‘priority corridor’ from Transport Nagar to Charbagh due for inauguration on September 5.
Platinum certificates and plaques for 8 stations of the priority corridor were handed over to managing director LMRC Kumar Keshav by S Raghupathy, deputy director general, CII- IGBC.
Expressing happiness, Kumar Keshav said, “It will have a recurring effect on saving of energy at the station. This platinum certification is an important step towards making Lucknow Metro sustainable”. Read More…
Credit By: HT
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