A three-day international conference ANGAN 2022 is organized by Indo-Swiss Building Energy Efficiency Project (BEEP).
- ANGAN 2022 (Augmenting Nature by Green Affordable New-habitat) is an international conference organized by Indo-Swiss Building Energy Efficiency Project (BEEP).
- It is organized based on the theme “Making the Zero-Carbon Transition in Buildings”.
- It is the second edition of the Augmenting Nature by Green Affordable New-habitat.
- Around 75 eminent speakers, representing more than 15 countries and international organizations, have come together to discuss ways to reduce carbon emission and improve energy efficiency in buildings.
- More than 500 delegates consisting of architects, engineers, builders, building material industries, teachers, students, researchers, central and state government officials are participating in this conference.
- Discussions were held on critical issues such as “Unlocking Finance for Low-Carbon Buildings and “Thermal Comfort and Climate Resilience in Residential buildings”.
- It had special session on “Women in the Resource Efficiency Conversation”.
- The purpose of this conference is to promote a healthy ecosystem as mentioned at the COP26 by Prime Minister Modi on LiFE (Lifestyle And Environment) and Panchamrit, which aims to make India Net Zero by 2070.
- The conference promoted various low carbon products, technologies and innovations that can be used in the building sector.
- This conference-cum-exhibition event is expected to boost international and national strategic collaboration, partnership, network and information exchange for the creation of low carbon, energy efficient habitat.
Indo-Swiss Building Energy Efficiency Project (BEEP) is a collaborative project between the Indian Government and the Swiss Government. The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), which comes under the Indian Government’s Ministry of Power, is providing the technical support for this project. It had helped formulate Eco-Niwas Samhita (energy conservation building code for residential buildings), designed around 50 buildings and trained more than 5,000 building sector professionals.