GM Korea Facility Cuts Energy Costs 26%
The General Motors Korea Design Center in South Korea has received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification from the US Green Building Council.
Elements of the facility’s design include:
Adopting energy-efficient technology and LED lighting throughout the facility, reducing energy cost by 26 percent.
Installing a ventilation system and removing indoor air contaminants through high-efficiency filtration systems.
The $40 million GM Korea Design Center opened in April 2014.
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