“This is a very important issue for the world and for India. We believe that the Indian real estate sector should and can lead the energy and carbon transition in India and we believe that with the help of leading technical and other experts, this transition can happen seamlessly without impacting productivity or the economy of the sector. ,” he said.
“As a company, we are committed to achieving zero carbon by 2035 and hope to achieve it well before that,” he added.
Amory Lovins, co-founder and president emeritus of the Rocky Mountain Institute, weighed in on the real estate industry’s sustainability efforts during the same interview on CNBC-TV18. He highlighted the immense potential for improving the energy efficiency of buildings, emphasizing that every aspect of building design and construction can be made significantly more energy efficient.
The Lodha Group’s commitment to sustainable development is not mere rhetoric; it is based on concrete actions. The creation of a net zero urban accelerator in the municipality of Palava illustrates the group’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions and promoting sustainable practices.