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    KTR announces Telangana government’s plan to implement ‘Cool Roof’ policy for energy conservation.


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    The Telangana government has taken a significant step towards promoting energy conservation by announcing the implementation of the ‘Cool Roof’ policy. The policy aims to reduce the energy consumption of buildings by encouraging the use of reflective roof materials that reflect sunlight and reduce heat absorption.

    The announcement was made by K.T. Rama Rao, the Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development in Telangana. KTR stated that the policy would be implemented across all government buildings in the state, including schools, hospitals, and other public institutions.

    The ‘Cool Roof’ policy is a cost-effective way to reduce energy consumption and promote sustainability. By using reflective roof materials, buildings can reduce their energy consumption by up to 15%. This reduction in energy consumption not only helps to reduce carbon emissions but also helps to save money on energy bills.

    The implementation of the ‘Cool Roof’ policy is part of Telangana’s larger efforts to promote sustainable development and reduce the state’s carbon footprint. The state government has already taken several initiatives towards this goal, including the implementation of solar power projects and the promotion of electric vehicles.

    The ‘Cool Roof’ policy is also expected to have a significant impact on the health and well-being of people living in buildings with reflective roofs. By reducing heat absorption, buildings with cool roofs can maintain a comfortable indoor temperature, even during hot summer months. This can help to reduce the incidence of heat-related illnesses and improve overall health outcomes.

    In addition to promoting energy conservation, the ‘Cool Roof’ policy also has several other benefits. Reflective roof materials can help to extend the lifespan of roofs by reducing heat damage and preventing cracking and other forms of damage. This can help to reduce maintenance costs and improve the durability of buildings.

    Overall, the implementation of the ‘Cool Roof’ policy is a significant step towards promoting sustainability and reducing energy consumption in Telangana. By encouraging the use of reflective roof materials, the state government is not only promoting energy conservation but also improving the health and well-being of its citizens. It is a commendable initiative that other states should also adopt to promote sustainable development.

    Rajesh M
    Rajesh Mhttps://www.telanganatribune.com
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