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Sustainability

About LEED:

LEED is a rating system for sustainable building development. LEED-certified buildings must meet high standards for indoor air quality, energy efficiency, and water conservation. They must also feature recycled, renewable, or locally-sourced materials. LEED is administered by the U.S. Green Building Council Headquartered in Washington DC.


LDTC site is designed to be a LEED certified facility


Building 1

Building 1

key sustainability features:

  • 300 KW roof solar energy system
  • Living wall
  • Embedded photovoltaic cells in exterior windows
  • Rain water capturing system
  • Cogeneration HVAC system
  • DC powered LED lighting system
  • Low water consumption facilities
  • Recycled interior features
  • AC / DC electric systems running in parallel
  • Active interior Air quality systems
  • Dynamic HVAC distribution system
  • Electric Vehicle charging stations

Building 2

Building 2

key sustainability features:

  • 250 KW roof solar energy system
  • Living wall
  • Embedded photovoltaic cells in exterior windows
  • Rain water capturing system
  • DC powered LED lighting system
  • Low water consumption facilities
  • Recycled interior features
  • AC / DC electric systems running in parallel
  • Active interior air quality systems
  • Dynamic HVAC distribution system
  • Electric Vehicle charging stations

Building 3

Building 3

key sustainability features:

  • 200 KW roof solar energy system
  • Living wall
  • Embedded photovoltaic cells in exterior windows
  • Rain water capturing system
  • DC powered LED lighting system
  • Low water consumption facilities
  • Recycled interior features
  • AC / DC electric systems running in parallel
  • Active interior air quality systems
  • Dynamic HVAC distribution system
  • Electric Vehicle charging stations

High efficiency Natural Gas Power Generation


LMS100®

GE’s revolutionary LMS100 provides a single, economical solution for the dispatch needs of nearly every global power segment. Offering 100 MW with unparalleled 44% efficiency, 10 minute start times, unmatched hot day performance, load following and cycling capabilities, the LMS100 is the ideal power generation solution for nearly every dispatch scenario.

The best of both worlds

The LMS100 core engine is derived from the CF6® family of aircraft engines—the same baseline as the LM6000. The current LM6000 fleet of more than 1,000 gas turbine generator sets has surpassed the 21 million hour mark with outstanding reliability and availability of 99.2% and 97.7%†, respectively. The low pressure compressor (LPC) is derived from GE’s MS6001FA gas turbine with more than 90 units in operation and having accumulated in excess of two million fired hours.

Powering the world ... responsibly

Better efficiency means less fuel burned per megawatt generated and fewer CO2 emissions. The efficiency advantage of the LMS100 extends beyond base load operation into both part power and hot day conditions. Real operating flexibility brings industry-leading efficiencies and improves grid system capability.

Qualifying for the GE ecomagination portfolio, the LMS100 is designed to be more energy efficient than a typical simple cycle gas turbine system.

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Renewable technology


LDTC Solar Power generation

The facilities generate over 2200 KW of solar energy through roof top mounted panels and parking space solar canopies.

LDTC Solar Power Generation
LDTC Solar Power Generation

Electric Recharging stations

In Cooperation with BMW, and as a part of 360˚ Electric Lifestyle, the LDTC maintains over 20 indoor / outdoor recharging stations, which are free of charge for BMW vehicles, and at discounted fee for all other vehicles.

Electric Recharging stations

Embedded Solar cells

All of the buildings of LDTC include the embedded photovoltaic cells in exterior windows for increased renewable energy generation.

Embedded Solar cells