2. Energy Efficient Lighting & Controls
The Ritterman building will incorporate the latest in LED lamp technology. In order to save energy, lighting needs to be physically activated and lights are not used when the natural light levels are adequate.
3. It's pretty big
4. It has a rollercoaster simulation
Yeah, that's right - there's a rollercoaster simulator in the basement of the building!
5. It has a living wall
6. It's named after the University's Chancellor
7. It has solar panel electricity
There are 100 square meters of solar panels on the roof that will generate electricity for the building. Solar panel electricity systems work by capturing the sun's energy using photovoltaic cells.
8. Improved air quality
The building features natural ventilation, which uses the force and buoyancy of wind to help move air through the building, rather than using energy intensive fans to push air around.
9. It has the best view of wembley
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