The solid oxide fuel cell on SRR Campus is a clean alternative source of energy reduces the site’s CO2 emission up to 60%.
This solar PV plant is capable of generating 730 Kilo Watt (kWp) of green power at its peak, which could potentially support up to 50% of the site’s energy demand.
Real time data of building energy matrix, water usage, alternate energy sources, CO2 offset and floor wise occupancy and conference room availability is displayed at the main lobby for both employees as well as visitors to understand the sustainability and smart capabilities of the building.
Intel's first waste to energy conversion using a dry anaerobic digester technology generates about 6000 m3 of biogas which is used to displace 3000 m3 of hydro carbon fuel (LPG) used at site for cooking.
A 62 kWth concentrated parabolic collectors evacuated tubes are installed on kitchen roof for the supply of hot water to drive modular efficient absorption chillers to support heating and cooling requirement without use of HFC based refrigerants.
The campus is a zero discharge campus as we follow 100% recycling and reuse.
The Intel India Development Center (IIDC) is a critical engineering design and development center for key Intel® products across CPUs, graphics, SoC, platforms, and software with strong IT expertise and factory automation. Intel India is also expanding its high-end technology research and development efforts to include areas like Mobile Internet Devices, high-density packaging, thermal management, and health platforms. Created as a state-of-the-art research and development facility in Bangalore, the Intel India Systems Research Center enables the finest engineers from the region and around the world to create the next generation of computing platforms that will transform the way we live, work, and play.