Green Building – Overview & Emerging            Opportunities              November 2011                               Vid...
Table of Contents    1   What is the Current Scenario?    2   How large is the Green Buildings market?    3   What are the...
Going way forward there will be huge disparity in supply anddemand of water and energy sources                        Worl...
Buildings account for almost 40% of the primary energyconsumption and almost 35% of the carbon emission  World Primary Ene...
Contents    1   What is the Current Scenario?    2   How large is the Green Buildings market?    3   What are the Green Bu...
Australia, South Korea, Japan and Singapore are relativelymore developed green building markets in Asia Pacific           ...
Contents    1   What is the Current Scenario?    2   How large is the Green Buildings market?    3   What are the Green Bu...
Major Building Environmental Assessment Tools                                                8
Developed Western economies have well established ratingtoolsGreen Building Rating Tool          Remarks                  ...
Most Asian nations are still to gain the established GBC status  Region        Established GBC            Emerging GBC    ...
Contents    1   What is the Current Scenario?    2   How large is the Green Buildings market?    3   What are the Green Bu...
Regulation Country          Relevant Legislation and Laws                    Year of           Relevant Growth Opportuniti...
Incentive and Funding TrendsJapan provides financing of up to JPY2.5 million through the Housing Loan Corporation to adapt...
Contents    1   What is the Current Scenario?    2   How large is the Green Buildings market?    3   What are the Green Bu...
China offers numerous opportunities on account of being oneof the largest construction markets globally                   ...
With established green rating tools, Singapore and Taiwan aredeveloped green building markets in APAC                  • S...
Lack of green building materials is hampering growth in greenbuilding construction in India                • Building / co...
Contents    1   What is the Current Scenario?    2   How large is the Green Buildings market?    3   What are the Green Bu...
Emerging Opportunities – Major Themes                 Top 10 Themes in Green & Smart Buildings                            ...
Emerging Opportunities – Major Technologies                Top 10 Technologies in Green & Smart Buildings                 ...
About Frost & Sullivan                         21
We Help Your Company To Grow                                                     Career                                   ...
Frost & Sullivan – A Growth Consulting Company                                        Our Approach   Feasible solution(s),...
Frost & Sullivan – A Growth Consulting Company          Our services span across all major industries, serving clients wor...
About Environment Technologies Practice        Water & Wastewater                              Water Management        W&W...
About Building Technologies Practice   Building Automation      Heating Ventilation & Air                                 ...
Follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Slideshare and Twitter           http://www.facebook.com/FrostandSullivan            http...
For Additional Information  Donna Jeremiah                        Carrie Low  Corporate Communications              Corpor...
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  1. 1. Green Building – Overview & Emerging Opportunities November 2011 Vidhi Yaduvanshi Environmental & Building Technologies Frost & Sullivan Malaysia
  2. 2. Table of Contents 1 What is the Current Scenario? 2 How large is the Green Buildings market? 3 What are the Green Building Rating Tools used ? 4 What are the Regulations, Policies and Incentives by Major Regions? 5 What is the Green Building Development in Select Countries? 6 What are the emerging Opportunities? 2
  3. 3. Going way forward there will be huge disparity in supply anddemand of water and energy sources World’s population to reach 6.96 billion in Increasing 2011; 8.11 billion in Increasing demand 2025; 9.48 billion in demand 2050 Declining fresh Increasing demand for Declining fossil fuel water sources natural resources; WATER and ENERGY 3
  4. 4. Buildings account for almost 40% of the primary energyconsumption and almost 35% of the carbon emission World Primary Energy Consumption by Sector, 2000 World Carbon Emissions by Sector, 2000 Energy demand in terms of EJ (exajoule or 10 18 joules) Energy demand in terms of MtC (million tons carbon) 4
  5. 5. Contents 1 What is the Current Scenario? 2 How large is the Green Buildings market? 3 What are the Green Building Rating Tools used ? 4 What are the Regulations, Policies and Incentives by Major Regions? 6 What is the Green Building Development in Select Countries? 7 What are the emerging Opportunities? 5
  6. 6. Australia, South Korea, Japan and Singapore are relativelymore developed green building markets in Asia Pacific China: China has the world’s largest construction market. Until Japan has launched the "Green 2020, China will build half of the Economy and Societal world’s new buildings. Transformation" that is in line with the Japan Green New Deal, which aims at boosting the economy using environment and energy-related technologies, and incorporates a medium-term policy to realize a low-carbon social system.India: According to the Indian Green South Korea: Dubbed the Two Million Building Council, green building Green Home Initiative, South Korea opportunities in India will likely plans to build one million and generate investments of up to renovate an additional one million $5.00 billion by 2012 homes to meet stringent environmental and energy consumption standards by 2018. Singapore is another country that is successfully implementing energy Australia: The federal and state governments have ruled that all efficiency standards for the new government buildings buildings. Residential sector of should comply with 5 Star label building construction market is most of Green Building certificate. developed due to the demand in the market. 6
  7. 7. Contents 1 What is the Current Scenario? 2 How large is the Green Buildings market? 3 What are the Green Building Rating Tools used ? 4 What are the Regulations, Policies and Incentives by Major Regions? 5 What is the Green Building Development in Select Countries? 6 What are the emerging Opportunities? 7
  8. 8. Major Building Environmental Assessment Tools 8
  9. 9. Developed Western economies have well established ratingtoolsGreen Building Rating Tool Remarks Name of Organization (Country)BRE Environmental Assessment It sets the standard for best practice in • UK Green Building CouncilMethod (BREEAM) sustainable design and has become the • Dutch Green Building Council main measure used to describe a buildings environmental performance.Comprehensive Assessment This tool assess buildings in two areas; • Japan Sustainable BuildingSystem for Building Environmental building environmental quality and ConsortiumEfficiency (CASBEE) performance, and building environmental loadings.DGNB Certification System There are six criterion to be considered • German Sustainable Building under this rating tool; ecological quality, Council economic quality, sociocultural and functional quality, technical quality, process quality, and site qualityGreen Star The system considers a broad range of • Green Building Council of Australia practices for reducing the environmental • New Zealand Green Building impact of buildings and to showcase Council innovation in sustainable building practices, • Green Building Council of South while also considering occupant health and Africa productivity and cost savingsIGBC Green SEZ Rating System India has further developed IGBC Green • Indian Green Building Council SEZ Rating System as an extension of the Green SEZ guidelines which encourages the projects to exceed the requirements of many codes and standards. 9
  10. 10. Most Asian nations are still to gain the established GBC status Region Established GBC Emerging GBC Prospective GBC Associated Group Definition: Green Definition: Green Definition: A group who Definition: A group who building councils with building councils with has been officially has been recognized by WGBC full member WGBC emerging recognized by WGBC as WGBC as an entity status member status, working the entity establishing a establishing a GBC in towards achieving full GBC in their country and their country and member status working towards gaining working towards gaining WGBC emerging WGBC prospective member status member statusAsia Pacific Australia Indonesia Hong Kong China New Zealand South Korea Thailand India Malaysia Vietnam Japan Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Taiwan 10
  11. 11. Contents 1 What is the Current Scenario? 2 How large is the Green Buildings market? 3 What are the Green Building Rating Tools used ? 4 What are the Regulations, Policies and Incentives by Major Regions? 5 What is the Green Building Development in Select Countries? 6 What are the emerging Opportunities? 11
  12. 12. Regulation Country Relevant Legislation and Laws Year of Relevant Growth Opportunities Enactment Australia • Australian Federal, State, Local Amended in 2009 Significant growth is expected in governments announced to transform all government buildings sector, Energy Government buildings into Green Efficiency will be the focus in Green Buildings Buildings due to Neutral Carbon • Carbon Neutral Building – 2020 challenge emission goalsSingapore 2030 – Second Master Plan to achieve 80% 2009 Heavy investment and rapid growth in of Green Mark certification within the Green Building industry are expected buildings construction marketHong Kong • Government buildings will install energy 2009 Total $900 million government fund will efficient lighting systems, retrofit plumbing be allocated to these projects within next with water saving devices two years • Carbon auditsJapan • Prime Minister’s 25% Carbon Emission Amended in 2009 Rise in overall market awareness, Reduction Goal by 2020 international participation and market • Kyoto Protocol Target Achievement Plan 2004 growth are expected • Environmental Action Plan under MLITTMalaysia • Code of Practice on energy efficiency and 2007 Energy efficiency will be given priority for use of renewable energy for non- Green building certification. residential buildings • Energy efficiency and construction guidelines for Malaysian industries 2007 12
  13. 13. Incentive and Funding TrendsJapan provides financing of up to JPY2.5 million through the Housing Loan Corporation to adapt houses to energy-saving standardsIn Malaysia, there is provision for import duty and sales tax exemption on equipment used in energy conservation thatis not produced locally. Equipment purchased from local manufacturers is given sales tax exemptionThe South Korean government via its state-run Korea Finance Corp (KoFC) would invest KRW1.5 trillion to set up afund in August 2010 to help environmental businesses in the countrySingaporeAsia Pacific launched the Green Mark Scheme in order to promote environmental awareness in theIn January 2005, BCAconstruction and real estate sectors. There are three levels of financial incentives (gold, gold plus, and platinum): Theincentives range from SGD$3 (around US$2) per square meter to SGD$6 (around US$4) per square meter of grossfloor area (GFA) for new buildings; retrofit of existing buildings is eligible for about 40 percent of the incentive for newbuildings per square meter.ThailandThe Energy Conservation (ENCON) Fund was established to provide financial support to government agencies, stateenterprises, non-government organizations, individuals and businesses that wish to follow the act by implementingmeasures to increase efficiency in energy utilization.The ENCON Fund receives revenues from a tax of THB$0.04 (US$0.001) per liter on all petroleum products sold inThailand. 13
  14. 14. Contents 1 What is the Current Scenario? 2 How large is the Green Buildings market? 3 What are the Green Building Rating Tools used ? 4 What are the Regulations, Policies and Incentives by Major Regions? 5 What is the Green Building Development in Select Countries? 6 What are the emerging Opportunities? 14
  15. 15. China offers numerous opportunities on account of being oneof the largest construction markets globally • According to China’s 2006 “Green Building Evaluation Standard,” a designated Green Building reduces pollution emitted, maximally protects the environment and reduces the consumption of natural resources such as water, land, and non-renewable energy throughout its lifecycle. • As China mostly manufactures low-technology building products, there is a much larger market for specialized and cutting edge technologies. • According to the Ministry of Housing Urban-Rural Development (MOHURD), China will build at least 2 billion square meters of residential and commercial floor space annually until 2020.Opportunities in China: • China is seeking to retrofit 43 billion square meters of • Green-design techniques building space for improved energy efficiency. China is the • HVAC systems world’s largest construction market, and now the demand for • Solar products green construction products, services and technologies are • Grey water and water reuse systems becoming the trend in the China market. • New building materials 15
  16. 16. With established green rating tools, Singapore and Taiwan aredeveloped green building markets in APAC • Singapore has gone into high gear to encourage the local construction industry to adopt green features in their projects. The government has committed approximately $47 million worth of incentives for creating a green built environment. • Singapore’s construction demand for 2010 is estimated to reach between $16 billion and $20.5 billion. The bulk of the year’s demand is expected to come from the public sector, which is projected to form 65% of total demand. • Private sector construction demand is expected to be slightly more upbeat than the preceding year amount to between $5.3 billion and $6.89 billion. Private residential projects are also projected to increase gradually, in tandem with the improved market sentiment. • According to Building and Construction Authority (BCA), the average annual construction demand for the next two years, 2011 and 2012, is estimated to range between $13.63 billion and $18.94 billion respectively. • In July 2009, Taiwan enacted a new law requiring all new public buildings to be built using at least 30% of Green Building materials. Furthermore, in January 2010, the government designated the Intelligent (Smart) Green Building as one of Taiwan’s strategic industries to develop. • The Taiwan government will invest $125 billion to upgrade Taiwan’s national infrastructure by constructing twelve major public projects by the end of 2016. In addition, the private sector invests every year an additional $12.5-$18.5 billion to construct residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. 16
  17. 17. Lack of green building materials is hampering growth in greenbuilding construction in India • Building / construction is one of the largest energy consuming sectors in India. The design of an energy efficient building is an integrated approach. Both new and old (retrofit) buildings offer excellent opportunities for deploying energy efficient technologies which can result in substantial reduction of energy consumption, thus creating demand for green building products. • The lack of materials and equipment is one of the major issues in green building construction in India. • To meet this demand, the GBC is working with several manufacturers in India and abroad to provide new sources of supply. • Very limited green materials and equipment are available in India such as fly-ash cement, fly-ash block, recycled aluminum, recycled steel, recycled tiles, low VOC paints, bamboo based products, green roof and recycled wood. • However there is a huge market for green materials, which is still untapped. Products with strong potential in India are - composting toilets, waterless urinals, low VOC adhesives & sealants, certified carpets, certified wood, certified cooling towers, living machines, HFC based high efficiency chillers, and building controls, and much more. Certified Green Buildings in India, 2009-2010 17
  18. 18. Contents 1 What is the Current Scenario? 2 How large is the Green Buildings market? 3 What are the Green Building Rating Tools used ? 4 What are the Regulations, Policies and Incentives by Major Regions? 5 What is the Green Building Development in Select Countries? 6 What are the emerging Opportunities? 18
  19. 19. Emerging Opportunities – Major Themes Top 10 Themes in Green & Smart Buildings 19
  20. 20. Emerging Opportunities – Major Technologies Top 10 Technologies in Green & Smart Buildings 20
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