Shanghai to Build Energy Efficient Homes

June 5, 2002 [] Shanghai will kick off the construction of one million square meters of energy-saving residential buildings this year. Through the use of energy-saving materials for walls, windows and roofs, in two to three years, the city will cut energy consumption by 25 percent, sources said. Attention will then be given to energy efficient air conditioners and lighting and the use of solar energy as well as to the reconstruction and maintenance of old buildings to cut energy consumption.
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