Sustainable Development Group (Myanmar) Co., Ltd was incorporated in Myanmar with an objective to create a cleaner, greener and safer environment and help building owners save energy yet ensuring that engineering best practices and statutory requirements are not compromised.
Our Vision To be the leader in providing sustainable solutions that create value for people where environmental, societal, and economic qualities exist in balance to meet the resource needs of today and of future generations.
Our Mission

To create a Clean, Green and Safe living environment ecologically, using the Best Engineering Practices that incorporate the adoptions of the Cost-Effective Strategies, Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies.

Our Value

To stand for:

  • Commitment – we take ownership of our objectives and are fully accountable for achieving them.
  • Integrity – we apply the highest legal, ethical and moral standards to our work.
  • Efficiency – we are committed to continually improve efficiency by responsibly managing our resources in establishing our shared gals.
  • Quality – we continuously strive to distinguish ourselves by delivering results of the highest quality.
  • Sustainability - We support a sustainable society which utilizes resources in such a way that future generations will benefit and not suffer from the practices of our generation.
  • Community - We recognize it is essential to create a vibrant and sustainable economic system, one that can create jobs and provide a decent standard of living for all people while maintaining a healthy ecological balance.
  • Goals - Our actions and policies should be motivated by long-term goals: to conserve valuable natural resources, to minimize waste and pollution, to enhance indoor environmental quality, and to create healthy environment for all.

Electricity, which is one of the main forms of energy used in buildings, is generated using fossil fuels such as oil, gas and coal. These fossil fuels are non-renewable and during combustion emit carbon dioxide, which contributes to global warming and climate change. This coupled with the rate at which fossil fuel is depleting explains the global drive to look to alternative sources such as bio-diesel and renewable energy sources such as solar and wind.

Energy in the form of electricity, oil and gas is used in buildings for operating systems such as air-conditioning, heating, lighting, lifts & escalators, which are essential for the safety and comfort of its occupants. These building systems alone account for about 70% to 80% of the total energy consumed in the buildings generally. With oil prices soaring, building owners and operators turn to energy management to trim their operating costs.

In Buildings, energy cost savings of between 5% to 15% are usually obtained quickly by optimizing its current operating strategies with minimal requirement in capital expenditure. Savings of up to 50% are achievable for older buildings yet comply with the codes when an aggressive energy management program involving some form of plant and equipment retrofit is embarked on.

In consequence, the potential for the energy efficient strategies with sustainable technologies to promote High Performance Green Buildings are immense; given the high demand for such services both locally and internationally.

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