The construction of the Energy Complex, which has been designed based on the concept of a prototype of energy conservation and environmentally-friendliness, has created a Sustainable Building, an Intelligent Building and a Green Building according to the international standards of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) and of ASHRAE 90.1 Version 2004. Architectural technology and design are pooled to optimize energy consumption by devising a system.
Energy Complex pursues efficient water management so it can reuse as much as 90% of wastewater and reduce water consumption by up to 55.3%.
• Rainwater is used in place of general water supply in flushing and garden watering. Rainwater pipes are installed to each building to collect rainwater in storage tanks, thus conserving more than 16,000 m3 of water in a year.
• Gray water is also reused. It is fed through the treatment process and then reused for flushing, thereby saving more than 18,000 m3 of water a year.
•Automatic garden irrigation system is installed, controlled by timer and soil moisture sensors, which greatly
facilitate water conservation.