Reduce Energy Cost

It has been scientifically proven that large metropolitan areas are significantly warmer than rural and less built-up areas. The rising temperatures have adverse environmental impact both in terms of higher energy consumption and air pollution. The vegetation on a living green wall will reflect direct sunlight rather store it the way bare concrete or brick would, and can balance humidity levels through the process of evapotranspiration. A green wall will act as a natural air conditioner, as the air surrounding the green wall is naturally cooled in summer, while in winter, a green wall on the outside of a building acts as insulation, reducing energy costs.