The promise of green cairo 14 v2

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Schneider Electric Xperience Efficiency 2014 Cairo

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  • 1.Green Buildings The Promise of Green: an Evolution Xperience Efficiency Cairo 2014

2. What is a green building? 3. 3 The Giza Pyramids are considered to be some of the oldest green structures in the world for several reasons: Sustainable Structural System (optimized geometry for High-Rise structure) Green Construction and use of Natural Green Materials Natural Ventilation System Natural Lighting System Durability with Minimum Maintenance Harmony with Surrounding Environment Courtesy of How Stuff Works 4. 4 What is a green building? The building is a citizen of the city and has an obligation to society Xiaowei Xu, PhD., LEED AP, Chief Engineer, Shenzhen Institute of Building Research A high performance green building is designed for economic and environmental performance over its entire life cycle, considering unique local climate and cultural needs and providing for the health, safety and productivity of its occupants. With continuous care over its life cycle, it minimises energy use, CO2 emissions, and total environmental impacts, and provides ongoing measurable value to building owners, occupants and society Schneider Electric ? Does a green building have to be certified as green or is it about optimizing performance? 5. 5 A modern promise: green buildings Fast construction delivery Lower energy costs Regulatory compliance Safe, secure working environment Availability of power & data Corporate Social Responsibility Adaptable throughout building lifecycle Occupant experience Freedom to restructure space Powering better business outcomes 6. 6 creating a sustainable future Improved stock performance Lower energy use & CO2 emissions Regulatory compliance Higher talent retention rates, employee loyalty Fewer sick days, improved well-being Corporate Social Responsibility Increased occupancy and tenant retention rates Improved occupant experience Increased building value & rental rates Empowering economic & environmental sustainability 7. 7 Why do we need a green building promise? 8. 8 The energy dilemma is here to stay vs Energy demand By 2050 Electricity by 2030 CO2 emissions to avoid dramatic climate changes by 2050 The facts The need Source: IEA 2007 Source: IPCC 2007, figure (vs. 1990 level) 9. 9 Energy costs are not just rising, they are accelerating Energy prices are increasing because of Increased demand Declining energy availability Looming threat of energy legislation In the European Union, energy costs have increased 47%1 since 2003 and are projected to grow 30%2 in the next 5 years In the US, electricity costs have increased 20%3 since 1995 and are projected to grow 10%4 in the next year 1 Eurostat, http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/eurostat/home, Includes average of EU 27 2 2009 Electric Market Forecasting Conference, Dr Stephan Sharma 3 Average cost per kWh in United States from Energy Management Systems for Commercial Buildings, Pike Research, 2009 4 Energy Information Administration 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 0.3 0.35 0.4 2003 2005 2007 2009 2015 2025 YearEnergyPrice,/kWh 10. 10 Energy is more than expense; it can be a liability. The power cuts - the worst in decades - come amid sweltering temperatures during the fasting month of Ramadan. The Egyptian authorities are urging consumers not to waste electricity.1 There is huge wastage and overuse of electricity in Kuwait.3 Middle East has one of the world highest per capita consumption rates of electricity.2 Kuwait uses 98,5 % of grid capacity2 1 British Broadcasting Corporation 2 Arabian Business 3 Dr. Saad Akashah, an Advisor of Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development 11. 11 Regulation in the European Union CO2 reduction below 1990 levels renewables all new buildings are nearly net zero Energy Performance Certificates 12. 12 Regulation in China CO2 reduction per GDP below 2005 levels renewables energy reduction in cities compared to 1980 levels 13. 13 Making the business case 14. 14 Being energy efficient is key to being competitive Energy costs in the UK account for as much as 1/5 of business expenditures, so investing in efficiency can lead to gains in competitive advantage.1 72% of owners are driven most strongly by the competitive advantage gained from greening buildings.2 1 Guardian Sustainable Business, N. Grant, February 2011 2 McGraw Hill Construction, Green Outlook 2011: Green Trends Driving Growth, 2010 Expected Benefits from Green Features Source: McGraw-Hill Construction, 2010. (According to Owners) Decreased Operating Costs Attracting New Tenants Increased ROI Increased Building/Asset Value Higher Tenant Retention/Renewal 93% 79% 71% 64% 64% 15. 15 Green buildings return more ROI improvements reported by owners of green projects in US: Return on investment improves 9.9% new construction and 19.2% existing building projects.1 Office buildings with environmental ratings in Australia deliver better returns for owners in capital growth, rental yield.2 1 McGraw Hill Construction, Green Outlook 2011: Green Trends Driving Growth, 2010 2 Property Council of Australia/IPD Green Property Investment Index, March 2011 0.0% 1.0% 2.0% 3.0% 4.0% 5.0% 6.0% 7.0% 8.0% 9.0% 10.0% Non rated all stars 4 star 5 star 6 star Australias Green Star: returns for office market annualised 2 year returns to December 2010 Non rated return Source: IPD Research 16. 16 Cost benefits of green buildings Operating costs decrease for new construction and for existing building projects. Building value increases in new construction and existing building projects. Occupancy increases in new construction and existing building projects. Rent increases in new construction and existing building projects. Commercial building owners Commercial building tenants Increased rental rates Lower operating costs Attracting tenants Healthier, cleaner indoor environmental quality Cost effective Immediate and measureable results Competitive differentiation PR and community benefits Risk mitigation Contribution to triple bottom line Source: McGraw Hill Construction, Green Outlook 2011: Green Trends Driving Growth, 2010 Source: The US Green Building Council, The Business Case for Green Building Asset value Rental value Green value 17. 17 Ethical companies perform better -50% -40% -30% -20% -10% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% WME S&P 500 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 1 Ethispshere, 2011 Worlds Most Ethical Companies 18. 18 How are we doing? 19. 19 We must consider building life cycles 20. 20 LEED certification today too many broken promises? Proposed Savings % MeasuredLosses|MeasuredSavings These buildings use more energy than the code baseline! Certified Silver Gold-Platinum Source: New Buildings Institute report, Energy Performance of LEED for New Construction Buildings, March 4, 2008 21. 21 Evolution of green buildings Time Past Future Focus on environmental impact of construction (green design) Focus on efficiency and operational performance over time (LEED EB:O&M) Today 22. 22 Evolution of standards: BREEAM In-Use Established in 2009, it is designed to: Reduce operational / running costs Reduce carbon and improve sustainability Enhance the value and marketability of property assets Give a transparent platform for negotiating building improvements with landlords and owners Demonstrate compliance with environmental legislation and standards, such as carbon labeling and ISO 14001 23. 23 Evolution of standards: LEED Upgraded in 2009 LEED EB v2.0 2004 24. 24 An evolution Green Air & Energy Reduced GHG emissions Improve IAQ Improve Energy Efficiency Waste to Energy Water Reduce wastewater discharge Lower contamination release Waste & Remediation Reuse and recycle products Reduce Waste disposal More brown fields instead of green fields Green architecture Intelligent Converged Networks Data collection, measurement & verification, diagnostics, sensors, control, monitoring, remote monitoring, etc. Integrated Controls HVAC, lighting, energy, AV, security, fire & life safety, etc. Infrastructure Structured cabling solution, wireless systems, unified communication system Water Management Monitoring and metering Bright Green Energy Management Asset management Space utilization Integrated design process Sustainabilityeasier to maintain and built to last Renewable energy Healthy and comfortable environment (IEQ) Green loans Higher resale or lease rates Green buildings are becoming more intelligentEnabling high performance 25. 25 We deliver smarter, converged solutions designed for high performance Reliable Prevent from power outage & quality variance Safe Protect people and assets Transform and distribute power safely Efficient & Productive Measure and control energy, automate, provide relevant diagnosis Manage processes Make all the utilities of any Infrastructure more efficient Green Make the connection of renewable energy sources easy, reliable and cost-effective Interoperability and openness to third party systemsConvergence HVAC control Lighting control Access control Video security Electrical distribution Energy monitoring Motor control Critical power Renewable energies IT data 26. 26 EcoStruxure is an integrated architecture that combines our five key domains of expertise 5 Domains of Expertise Security Management Safeguarding people and assets, protection of core business functions Building Management Building's performance to use less energy, and be more comfortable and productive for employees IT Room Management Availability of critical applications while keeping energy costs as low as possible Process & Machine Management Efficiency and performance of machines and processes, improved productivity, and optimized costs Power Management Power availability and quality to reduce energy bills 1 Unique Supervision Master business operating cost efficiency and track potential energy savings at the Enterprise level. Enterprise Performance Management savings on OpEx & CapEx Up to Right information, right user, right time Method and integrated systemsYou Deserve an Efficient Enterprise One location, to drive improved performance and quick reactions Site supervision 27. 27 Evolution of green buildings Time Past Future Focus on environmental impact of construction (green design) smart and green come together to deliver bright green buildings Focus on efficiency and operational performance over time (LEED EB:O&M) Use of BIM and IPDToday 28. 28 Evolution of green buildings Time Past Future Focus on environmental impact of construction (green design) smart and green come together to deliver bright green buildings Focus on efficiency and operational performance over time (LEED EB:O&M) Use of BIM and IPD Use renewable energy Net Zero Energy buildings Today Carbon Neutral buildings, micro grids, eco-districts Connect to Electrical Vehicles 29. 29 Our green buildings promise: We partner with our customers to deliver high performance green buildings that achieve sustained results over time. 30. 30 Make the most of your energy Roger Moncur Roger.moncur@schneider-electric.com