The Times of Israel profiled the new, super-green Microsoft Israel campus, which makes use of enVerid HLR Technology, in a recent article. The project includes enVerid HLR Technology to promote healthy indoor air while saving energy and money. According to the article, the office building is the “greenest in Israel”, the first in Israel to achieve LEED V4 Gold certification.
“The campus uses green technologies, many of them from the nation’s cleantech ecosystem, including water-from-air-moisture systems developed by Israeli startup WaterGen; water leakage detection technology developed by Israel’s Wint Water Intelligence, and a GreenWall platform that nurtures vegetation growth.
The building makes use of energy saving air filtration technologies developed by enVerid Systems. It also has 800 square meters of photovoltaic cells that will provide power to the building.”
At 495,000 ft2, the campus will provide office space for 2,000 Microsoft employees, with amenities ranging from gardens and day care to catered meals and basketball and volleyball courts. It’s only fitting that Dun & Bradstreet named Microsoft the best high tech company to work for in Israel in 2020.