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Middle East's top three green mosque initiatives

by Neha Bhatia on May 4, 2017


Middle Eastern governments are working to make mosques smarter and greener. [Representational image]
Middle Eastern governments are working to make mosques smarter and greener. [Representational image]
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Governments around the Middle East are facilitating the implementation of programmes and technology to reduce energy consumption at mosques. 

Initiatives offered by regional governments range from replacing a facility's building management system (BMS) to installing smart sensors, to refurbishing a facility's full utility set up. 

The large areas that typically span in and around mosques, coupled with the buildings' high level of footfall, has motivated authorities to make their assets more sustainable through smarter setups. 

The following pages outline the top three initiatives implemented by mosque authorities across the Middle East to improve their facilities' energy savings. 

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