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Tianjin Eco-City




A blueprint for China’s cities
Bohai Rim China – cities and population

                                    Beijing, 17.5M

                             ...
Tianjin city
Tianjin municipality – Bohai Rim

                    • One of China’s four
                      municipalities
         ...
Tianjin municipality
Tianjin Eco-City

                   • New city totalling 30 square km
                     – 23 million m2 building
     ...
Sino-Singapore Cooperation


                               Apply practical concepts and
                               te...
Tianjin Eco-City
Regeneration of barren salt land
Mott MacDonald’s role

                   • Implementation and institutional
                     planning
               ...
A robust set of KPIs

• Proportion of green trips
• Overall recycling rate
• Usage of renewable energy
• Carbon emission p...
Green transport

•
    – Creation of internal jobs
    – Integration of road, public transport, walk, cycle networks
     ...
Green transport

•                         !
    – Providing the first step in the phased development
      of the overall...
Green buildings

                  • Bespoke Green Building
                    Evaluation Standard, published
           ...
Low energy public housing

                   • 569 units
                   • Low cost housing for sale
                 ...
Specific measures

                    • Improved envelope
                    • High efficiency lighting and
            ...
Annual energy saving


                               8000
Annual Energy Use (kWh*1000)




                              ...
Overall GHG emissions


            GHG emission for Eco-City by different scenarios

 2500000

 2000000
 1500000
 1000000...
Eco-City GHG emission breakdown

                 $$                  %$       &
                              !          ...
GHG emission breakdown for Eco-City

                            9.43%



               18.49%                           ...
Per capita GHG emission comparison

             -                   ./.
                                               ./...
The future in China

• Increasing Application of…
  – National Green Building Standard for Shanghai
  – EIA law
  – Water ...
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  1. 1. Tianjin Eco-City A blueprint for China’s cities
  2. 2. Bohai Rim China – cities and population Beijing, 17.5M Tianjin, 11.7M Qingdao, 7.6M Shenyang, 7.7M Beijing Tangshan, 7.1M Tianjin Dalian, 6.2M Jinan, 5.9M Weihai, 2.6M
  3. 3. Tianjin city
  4. 4. Tianjin municipality – Bohai Rim • One of China’s four municipalities • China’s 3rd largest city • Economy based on heavy manufacturing and the seaport • A region of high average disposable income • Special development zone with excellent transportation infrastructure
  5. 5. Tianjin municipality
  6. 6. Tianjin Eco-City • New city totalling 30 square km – 23 million m2 building – 14 million m2 residential – 2 million m2 commercial – 120,000 m2 healthcare – 1 million m2 education and research • 10 billion RMB (£1 billion) per year for the next 10 years • First phase now under construction
  7. 7. Sino-Singapore Cooperation Apply practical concepts and technologies so that Tianjin Eco City can serve as a sustainability model for other Chinese cities Eco-City framework agreement signed on November 18, 2007
  8. 8. Tianjin Eco-City
  9. 9. Regeneration of barren salt land
  10. 10. Mott MacDonald’s role • Implementation and institutional planning • Financial Planning • Green buildings • Green transportation
  11. 11. A robust set of KPIs • Proportion of green trips • Overall recycling rate • Usage of renewable energy • Carbon emission per unit GDP • Proportion of green buildings • Per capita daily water consumption • Per capita daily domestic waste generation
  12. 12. Green transport • – Creation of internal jobs – Integration of road, public transport, walk, cycle networks and neighbourhood design – High quality rapid transit services connecting Eco-City to Tianjin, Binhai and other external employment centres
  13. 13. Green transport • ! – Providing the first step in the phased development of the overall public transport system for Eco-City – Focusing on bus transport including Bus Rapid Transit – Using Bus Rapid Transit on the metro alignment until metro arrives
  14. 14. Green buildings • Bespoke Green Building Evaluation Standard, published in 2006 and now being enhanced • Recognising the power of demonstration projects
  15. 15. Low energy public housing • 569 units • Low cost housing for sale • An energy efficiency exemplar • Sold out ‘off-plan’
  16. 16. Specific measures • Improved envelope • High efficiency lighting and control • Elevator regeneration • Water saving fittings • Water heating by solar thermal • Solar power on façade or roof (PV) • Outside air automatic control • Intelligent metering system and indication of energy use
  17. 17. Annual energy saving 8000 Annual Energy Use (kWh*1000) 7000 6000 "# 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 BASELINE Improved case Space Heating Space Cooling Appliance DHW Lighting Cooking Lift Fan Pump Exterior Light
  18. 18. Overall GHG emissions GHG emission for Eco-City by different scenarios 2500000 2000000 1500000 1000000 500000 0 Tianjin normal case Eco-City Supplemental electricity Heat from CHP Gas for cooking Transportation
  19. 19. Eco-City GHG emission breakdown $$ %$ & ! ! ! ! Public housing 853,531 39.22% 1,675,246 44.33% School 38,749 1.78% 92,367 2.55% Community 152,710 7.02% 241,387 6.47% Commercial 402,305 18.49% 596,470 17.19% Hospital 25,671 1.18% 38,946 1.07% Industry 476,889 21.91% 778,835 20.49% Infrastructure 21,087 0.97% 32,942 0.84% Transportation 205,302 9.43% 244,922 7.06% '( )*+( '", #( "+ ( '#,
  20. 20. GHG emission breakdown for Eco-City 9.43% 18.49% 39.22% 0.97% 7.02% 1.18% 21.91% 1.78% Public housing Hospital School Industry Community Infrastructure Commercial Transportation
  21. 21. Per capita GHG emission comparison - ./. ./. 01 2' 3 0 2' 3 2003 7,364,100 70.8 9.6 / 4 2005 988,526 6.9 7.0 2006 15,810,000 159.0 10.1 $ 2006 18,150,000 212.0 11.7 2006 10,750,000 119.3 11.1 5 ' ), #, ( )6 + "6 ,
  22. 22. The future in China • Increasing Application of… – National Green Building Standard for Shanghai – EIA law – Water Pollution Prevention and Control Law – Environment Water Quality Standard (GB 3838-2002) – National Hazardous Waste Inventory – Law of Renewable Energies
  23. 23. www.mottmac.com
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