United World College’s Dover Campus Constructs Energy Efficiency Building

New energy-efficient building technology for United World College here

The Straits Times, August 20, 2014

New energy-efficient building technology developed by researchers here, which promises more than 40 per cent in energy savings, will be tested at an international school here.

A new school building being erected at United World College’s Dover campus, will have the new technology installed in part of its third floor. On Wednesday, representatives from the school signed an agreement with researchers from the Future Cities Laboratory, jointly set up by Singapore and ETH Zurich, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.

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