Marina Bay Financial Centre is an integrated development comprising three office towers with nearly 3 million square feet of prime Grade A office space, two residential towers and a retail mall.

Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3 is 46 storeys high, offering 1.3 million square feet of office space.

Managed by Raffles Quay Asset Management, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3 is jointly owned by DBS Group Holdings, Hongkong Land and Keppel REIT.

This building consumes approximately
2.300382 million kWh
of energy last month.

That is equivalent to
76,676.4 kWh
of energy a day.

Its consumes as much energy as keeping
79,874 kWh
light bulbs on 24 hours every day, with an average of 40W per bulb.

Energy Savings Tip

This building consumes a total
961,778 RTh
of cooling last month.

Building is
22.2865 kWh/m2

It means an emission of
421,483 kg
CO2.

This is the weight of
140
trucks weighing 3 Tons
each!

Energy Saving Tip

The energy saved from recycling one glass bottle can run a 100-watt light bulb for four hours. It also causes 20% less air pollution and 50% less water pollution than when a new bottle is made from raw materials.

The water consumption of
this building last month was
6,780.9 m3

This corresponds to the
amount of water that
can fill up almost
2.8
Olympic sized swimming pools!

This would be enough for
67,809 wash cycles
with an average
consumption of 100 litres
per wash cycle.

Water Conservation Tip

Leaving the storage water heater on can land you in hot water. Save an additional $110 a year by switching off the storage water heater after use.

Number of tree seedlings grown for 10 years

The amount of carbon dioxide gases produced to
provide
2.300382 million kWh
of electricity to power this building for one month
is equivalent to the carbon sequested by
40,717
tree seedlings grown for the past 10 years.

Think of how much land we will need to plant the trees
just to counter the carbon dioxide gases produced!

Environmental Sustainability Tip