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Search for China’s Green Building Evaluation Label projects in GBIG

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The Green Building Evaluation Label (GBEL) is a voluntary national rating system in China administered by the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development (MOHURD).

GBEL is a green building certification program that evaluates projects based on six categories: land, energy, water, resource/material efficiency, indoor environmental quality and operational management. The program utilizes a three-star rating system, with Three-Stars being the highest achievable rating level, followed by Two-Stars and One-Star.

The Green Building Information Gateway (GBIG), has recently added a Collection for China’s Green Building Evaluation Label projects.

There are currently over 1,400 buildings in 177 locations included in this collection, and the collection includes project name, rating level and location.

Search for projects in the Green Building Evaluation Label Collection.

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