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BEN Networking - Smart Buildings May 2012

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  • 1 client = expert, 5 clients = national expert, 50 clients = “leading” it’s not about selling, its about letting people buy - no complicated contracts risk reversal tell, don’t sell 30 day trial 6 month minimum then month to month
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  • Increased capital investments support wider social, economic, & environmental objectives ”. Neville Simms (2006) Procuring the Future . Increased capital investment can lead to operational savings……
  • London Population, area and density of London suburb to be added London: Population Density 4,183/ km2 London Population : 12,264,000 (2001) Area: 2,932 square miles Population per square mile: 4,183 Population per square kilometer: 1,614 55th most densely urbanised city of 1,000,000 or more people Source: Demographia
  • This image shows an insulated and double glazed house on the left and an un-insulated single glazed house on the right. The Carbon Hotfoot reveals the overall performance. Red foot = bad! Green foot = good. The foot is dynamically linked to the image and effectively fills with red and yellow pixels.
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    • 1. BEN Networking:Technology Update –Smart BuildingsBristol & Bath Science Park,3rd May 2012, 6-9pmin collaboration with:
    • 2. Practicalities phones emergency exits
    • 3. Keep in touch!
    • 4. Upcoming BEN Networking Events Theme When Where WhatTe c h 14th May 2012 Bristol & Bath • Starting up and Planning 6-9pm Science Park • Marketing and SalesS ta rtup • Raising FinanceS c hool • Building the Team2 0 12 • Making Your Pitch-Entrepreneur 14th June 2012 Bristol & Bath • What does it take to be anS t a r t in g-ship 6-9pm Science Park entrepreneur? • What skills do you need to learn?up a nd • Can you ‘become’ one, or are youP la n n in g born to it?New Markets 12th July 2012 Bristol & Bath • Exploring the opportunities for 6-9pm Science Park tech exportsAbroad • How to access foreign markets • What channel should you use? • Joint with UKTIVenturefest Wednesday UWE • Keynote speakers 7th November Conference • WorkshopsBristol 2012 Centre • Innovation showcase2012 All day • Pitching panel
    • 5. Tech Startup School 2012
    • 6. Technology Update - Smart Buildings
    • 7. This Evening’s Programme6:45-8:15 Speakers Introduction Alastair Watson BEN Prof David Coley University of Bath Danny Myers University of the West Of England Richard Pitkin Bristol & Bath Science Park8:15-8:30 Q&A Discussion8:30-9:00 Networking
    • 8. Smart Buildings May 2012
    • 9. BEN Technology Update - Smart BuildingsThe Art of the PossibleDanny MyersSenior Lecturer Economics (Dept. Construction and Property)
    • 10. Photovoltaic electricity Panels of solar cells made of The Smart House Silicon, turn the sun’s light Into electricityMicro wind turbine Solar water heatingProduces electricity when Warms water directly from theBlades are turned by wind, sun’s rays which can be storedWhich is then stored in a In a tankbattery Loft insulation The easiest-to-install and most cost-effective home energy efficiency measure Double glazing Two panes of glass several millimetres apart keep heat in and save a lot of energy Ventilation with heat recovery Heat generated in one part of the house is used to warm fresh air being delivered to anotherMicro combinedheat and power systemSaves and uses the heat Compost heapproduced in electricity Another way of preventinggeneration,which is otherwise organic waste such aslost food from going to rubbish dumps Smart meters Tell exactly how much Cavity wall insulation electricity you’re using at Fills the air gap between a given moment (and the cost) Inner and outer walls of the House with insulating material
    • 11. Why doesn’t smart technology get developed DEVELOPERS Researches market and organises funding for the project USER ARCHITECTS Gets what he Designs what the pays for client or developer Specifies CONTRACTORS Build what the drawings state. What the developer requires
    • 12. The Circle of Blame OCCUPIERS ‘We would like to have environmentally efficient buildings to fulfil our corporate policy commitments’ INVESTORS ‘We would fund CONSTRUCTIONenvironmentallyefficient buildingsbut occupiers do ‘We can build not demand environmentally them’ efficient buildings but the developers don’t ask for DEVELOPERS them’ ‘We would ask for environmentally efficient buildings but investors won’t pay for them’
    • 13. State of the art Low energy houses in Goteborg, Sweden, 2001 BedZED One planet living, 2002 Hammarby, Stockholm 2000-2015 Greenhouse development, Leeds, commenced 2007Commercial equivalents Wessex Water, Bath. The Gherkin, London etc
    • 14. Low energy houses in Goteborg, Sweden
    • 15. BedZed
    • 16. Greenhouse Development, Leeds
    • 17. Hammarby low energy eco-town,Sweden
    • 18. Part TwoCosts of Retrofit & The Green Deal
    • 19. What has he bought Fact file •Blade Diameter 3 ft 7in •Weight : 33lb (15Kg.) •Height 8ft above roofline •British built in Nottingham
    • 20. EHS – where are we now?• 22.2 m dwellings• 21% pre 1919• SAP improved 42-53 (1996-2009)• Average CO2 6.0 tonne/year (4.2-8.5t)• Half dwellings with cavity walls have insulation (only 2% with solid walls have insulation)• 41% lofts have >150mm• 24% condensing or condensing combination boilers• 2% solar panel systemsEHS Housing Stock Report 2009 (2011)
    • 21. ?How much ?Who pays ?Who benefits?How funded?
    • 22. Background to Energy Act 2011• 20% cut in emissions from existing homes by 2020• 13% cut in emissions from non-domestic buildings by 2020• Zero carbon new homes by 2016• Zero carbon non-domestic buildings by 2019• Smart meters• Carbon capture from fossil fuel power stations• Bigger smarter grid• Encourage renewable energy sources by supporting feed in tariffs• A new financing framework funded via energy bills: The Green Deal
    • 23. Who pays? How Funded? The Energy Act 2011 – The Green Deal The Golden RuleN.B. ECO provide support for hard to treat homes and fuel poverty
    • 24. The Green Deal Programme• English House Survey 2010•(English House Survey 2011)Consumer research suggests thatthere are a number of practicalbarriers: the upfront cost ofmeasures, the length of timerequired for measures to pay backin savings and the ‘hassle’ involvedin planning and carrying out work. November 2011 Royal assentParliament Energy Act 2011 Consultation Reported Jan 2012Civil ServiceIndustryConsumers
    • 25. Scaling-up RetrofitDriving Innovation €1m, EU collaboration Design for Future 2011 Climate £5m competition (Pt 2) Build Process £4m Retrofit funding models 2012 £1.5m Integrating with sustainable infrastructure £5m Invest in 2013 Management & operation innovative £3m refurbishment£10m open programme. Scaling-up retrofit £3m New build non-dom 2014 £4m Non-dom retrofit £5m Sustainable Infrastructure II £5m
    • 26. IRT Envisioned imageIRT Image with embedded energy info and Carbon Hotfoot
    • 27. Carbon Diet PlanBefore Image Diet Plan After Image Evaluate Prioritise and Simulate Appraisal
    • 28. Question Time 

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