Keppel Bay Tower, owned and operated by Keppel Land, has been certified as a Green Mark Platinum (Zero Energy) building by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA), making it the first commercial building in Singapore to achieve this accolade.

The certification means the building must achieve a low energy use index (EUI) of less than 115 kWh/m2 per year, as well as have all of its energy consumption, including plug load, supplied from renewable sources, on-site and off-site.

“In line with Keppel’s Vision 2030, Keppel Land places sustainability at the heart of our strategy and operations. We are committed to doing our part in greening the built environment and are delighted by BCA’s recognition of Keppel Bay Tower as the first Green Mark Platinum (Zero Energy) commercial building in Singapore, which is an important affirmation of our efforts to leverage technological innovations to enhance the environmental performance of our buildings,” says Tan Swee Yiow, CEO of Keppel Land.

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