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Social Innovation in Southeast Asia

Super Low Energy Building Smart Hub

Climate change is a global challenge. In Singapore, the government is doing their part to reduce energy and greenhouse gas emissions, and has set the national target of achieving 80% green buildings by 2030.

In early 2016, the Building & Construction Authority (BCA) of Singapore, a government agency that champions the development of an excellent built environment for the country, contracted Hitachi Asia to develop the Super Low Energy Building (SLEB) Smart Hub, a smart resource centre hosting a centralised national database of energy-efficient data and latest green technologies.

This is an exciting project for Hitachi, as it is in line with Hitachi's aim of becoming an innovation partner for the IoT era through collaborative creation.

Find out more about the SLEB Smart Hub.

Release Date: October 2018