Rajasthan has taken several steps to save energy and water which are now delivering results, a top official said on Wednesday. Speaking at the curtain raiser ceremony of the 15th edition of the CII-IGBC’s Green Building Congress here, chief secretary Ashok Jain said out of the 191 cities of the state, LED lights have been installed in 158 cities.
To address the water scarcity issue, the state introduced Mukhyamantri Jal Swabhalamban Scheme (MMJS) which, he claimed, proved to be a great success in the last two years in conserving water. He, on the occasion, also invited investment in green projects in the state.
Additional chief secretary, Urban Development and Housing Mukesh Sharma said the state will have several green building projects in coming years. Read More…
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