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1.“2000 Green Buildings in India by 2012”,Economic Times of India,
14 Aug 2009

2.“Indian companies aim for green offices”,Economic Times of India,
18 Aug 2009

3.“Green homes peep in as global warming becomes threat”,Economic Times of India,
24 Oct 2008

4.“Green homes: For a sustainable tomorrow”,Economic Times of India,
4 Jun 2009

5.“Eco-friendly 'green buildings' catching on in India”,Economic Times of India,
22 Sep 2008

6.“Green footprint is widening in India”,Economic Times of India,
27 Sep 2008

7.“Green makes business sense”,Economic Times of India,
2 Oct 2008

8.“More sops for solar power units in offing”,Economic Times of India,
16 Oct 2008

9.“PSU push soon for renewable energy”,Economic Times of India,
15 Jan 2009

10.“Buildings can get green ratings”,Economic Times of India,
17 December 2008

11.“Sparkling in natural light, airport terminals go green”,Times of India,
4 August 2009

12.“Self-service at home”,Times of India,
17 August 2009

13.“Green tag for office buildings that save power”,Times of India,
25 February 2009

14.“City lays a green foundation with new buildings”,Times of India,
21 July 2009

15.“Just one certified green building in city!”,Times of India,
19 April 2009

16.“Perfectly green?”,Times of India,
26 July 2009

17.“Green buildings to top agenda in Dubai meet”,Times of India,
30 September 2008

18.“Towards greener pastures…”,Times of India,
8 October 2009

19.“Chennai buildings get closer to nature”,Times of India,
26 November 2009

20.“Gurgaon gets green building”, Times of India,
2 December 2008

21.“Bangalore's climate conducive for energy-efficient commercial structures”,Times of India,
6 December 2008

22.“Develop green buildings, save mankind”,Times of India,
7 December 2008

23.“Buildings can get green ratings ”,Times of India,
17 December 2008

24.“Now, get paid for going green”, Times of India,
23 December 2008

25.“Dr. Farooq Abdullah calls upon Hospitality Industry to develop and implement renewable energy”,Energetica India
20 August, 2009

26.“Government propose to set up a venture capital fund to promote green technologies”,Energetica India
16 August, 2009

27."08 Could Be The Tipping Point For Voluntary Markets",Economic Times,
15 January 2008

28.“2000 Green Buildings in India by 2012”,Times of India,
20 February 2008

29.“Bali Meet to Impact Carbon Credits”, Times of India,
5 December 2007

30.“Bangalore Expands Its Green
Footprint Residential Space”,
Economic Times,
22 February 2008

31.“Build Green To Cut Emissions Fast”, Economic Times,
14 March 2008

32.“C-Cash: Carbon Credits and loating Rates”, Economic Times,
18 January 2008

33.“Carbon Biz Lacks Regulation”,Times of India,
15 October 2007

34.“Carbon Credits Market Set
to grow 56% This Year”,
Economic Times,
28 February 2008

35.“Carbon Is Now Bread & Butter Business”,Times of India,
13 October 2007

36.“Carbon,TaxCredits For Green Drive”,Economic Times,
30 January 2008

37.“Carbon Trade May Prove
Another IT Sector For India: World Bank”,
19 November 2007

38.“Chennai Leads With 67.3% Of
Total Green Building Space”,
Hindustan Times,
19 February 2008

39.“China to Set Up Asia’s First
Carbon Credit Exchange”,
Times of India,
8 February 2007

40.“Commodity Bourses Eye
Carbon Trading”,
Times of India,
16 November 2007

41.“Futures Trade In Carbon Credits”,Times of India,
8 January 2008

42.“Focus Shifts to India & China in Fight Against
Global Warming”,
Economic Times,
5 December 2007

43.“Government Acts On UN Reports On Climate Change, Sets Up Panel”,Hindustan Times,
27 December 2007

44.“Green Architecture”Times of India,
5 June 2007

45. “Green Moolah”,Times of India,
29 January 2007

46.“Hedge Carbon Positions”,Times of India,
1 December 2007

47.“How Should India Respond To Climate Change”,Economic Times,
17 July 2007

48.“India Banks on Ultra-Mega projects to Tackle Power Crisis”,Economic Times,
24 October 2007

49.“India Inc Smells Moolah ,So Just Can’t Stop Greening”,3 August 2007

50.“India Gets 43% of Carbon Credits”, Economic Times,
31 July 2007

5.“I1ndia to Become 3rd Biggest Emitter of Carbon Credits”, Economic Times,
7 November 2007

52.“India’s Carbon Credit Market Set to Take Off”, Times of India,
14 November 2007

53.“Realtors Clean Up Their Act”, Hindustan Times,
November 2007

54.“State to Buy More Power, People to Feel the Pinch”,Economic Times,
14 February 2007

55.“Taking The Leed”,Economic Times,
22 September 2006

56.“Tax Rebate for Eco-friendly Homes”,Times of India,
6 December 2007

57.“The Truth About Carbon Markets”,Economic Times,
3 October 2007

58.“Time To Act Now To Save Environment: Ban Ki-Moon”,Hindustan Times,
12 December 2007

59.“VER: An Alternative To Emissions Certifications”,Times of India,
19 November 2007

60.“What are Carbon Credits”,Times of India,
14 November 2007

61.“Will $500b Close India’sInfrastructure Deficit”,Economic Times,
5 November 2007

62.“World Bank Sets Up New Carbon Guarantee Product”,Times of India,
18 March 2008

63.“Cut home costs by going green”,Economic Times,
29 Mar 2008

64.“Going Green: The Way Forward”,Economic Times,
15 May 2008

To ensure a quality experience for our customers, Geothermal India™ follows a rigid process honed through years of experience. As we are India’s first Geothermal Cooling specialists, we know what works in India and what does not; no other company in India can make the same claims.

1. Feasibility & Design
1.1. Proposal
1.2. Ground Heat Exchange design
1.3. Building Simulation & Heat load Calculation
1.4. Air - Distribution and routing of ducting
1.5. Water - Distribution and routing of pipes
1.6. Product profiles and submittal data sheets.
1.7. Drawings and schematics
1.8. Energy Model & Project Payback Analysis
1.9. Bill of Quantities & Cost Estimations
1.10. Sourcing of Materials
1.11. Documentation and Clearance
1.12. Warranties, AMC
1.13. Terms & Conditions

2. Ground Loop Configuration & Construction
2.1. Site Allocation and demarcation
2.2. Coordination for water and power supply
2.3. Allocation of Manual and skilled labour
2.4. Coordination for work tools and equipment
2.5. Design and construction of Pipes
2.6. Place - design for pipe distribution pattern
2.7. Excavation and refilling - coordination
2.8. Supervising - ground loop construction
2.9. Leak and pressure tests - manual

3. Contractual Management
3.1. Ground loop
3.2. Educating - Ground design
3.3. Sourcing - Contractors
3.4. Air - Water distribution
3.5. Schematics and procedures to:
3.6. Plumbing & Ducting Contractors
3.7. Electrical personne
3.8. Civil and erection works
3.9. Supervising Civil contractors work
3.10. Erection of Equipment
4. Installation & Commission
4.1. Submit Drawing & Schematics
4.2. Sign-off by all parties
4.3. Training to Customer
4.4. Providing Installation Manuals
4.5. Systematically produce test reports
4.6. Installation reports
4.8. Final testing & commissioning
5. Servicing & Maintenance
5.1. Quarterly Diagnostics Test
5.2. Quarterly filter change
5.3. Quarterly air control service
5.4. Possible use of spare parts
dwelling type approx. size KwH Rate “(Rs)”
Annual Energy Savings (Rs) carbon credits / yr.
The Savings Calculator is an approximation based on our experience to date and uses Conventional Central Air-conditioning as the benchmark for comparison. The Savings Calculator should be used as an indicator only. Geothermal India is able to calculate specific and accurate savings for each and every project after in-depth analysis of your proposed installation.
Contact us now to find out how much we can save for you!