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NAGEEB (National Action for Green Energy Efficient Buildings) meeting UK 2016 FEES and Building Standard

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This presentation will give you a good idea of the actual Carbon savings when constructing with Green material along with the cost of building a house in the UK using the recommended technologies

This presentation will give you a good idea of the actual Carbon savings when constructing with Green material along with the cost of building a house in the UK using the recommended technologies

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  • 1. RESPONSIBILITY, SUSTAINABILITY
  • 2. A CHEMICAL ENGINEER MEETS A GURU BANKER FROM LONDON CITY I WANT TO BUILD ECOFRIENDLY SMART HOUSES REDUCING CARBON EMISSIONS IN LEBANON I WANT TO INVEST IN A NICHE MARKET IN LEBANON ENGINEER BANKER
  • 3. GREEN FUTURE IS REBORN THE TWO JOIN FORCES IN 2005 AND REVIVE, GREEN FUTURE LTD, A COMPANY ESTABLISHED IN 1969 BY THEIR LATE FATHER SERVING REMOTE VILLAGES IN COLUMBIA WITH SOLAR PV SYSTEMS, A SPACE TECHNOLOGY THEN GREEN FUTURE STARTS EVALUATING OPPORTUNITIES IN LEBANON BY FUNDING A SERIES OF MARKET RESEARCHES IN THE WASTE, ENERGY AND WATER SECTORS IN CLOSE COLLABORATION WITH THE UNDP AND WB. MARKET FINDINGS WERE ANALYZED AND A 10 YEAR PLAN WAS FORMULATED WITH THE ENDORSEMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, BDL AND THE EIB. THE PLAN WAS INITIATIED THROUGH SEVERAL MINISTERIAL DECREES AND BDL CIRCULARS: BDL CIRCULAIRE 236 (2012) BDL CIRCULAIRE 313 (2013)
  • 4. SECTOR COVERAGE GREEN PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT •GREEN TOWER PROJECT •NATIONAL GREEN SOCIAL HOUSING PROJECT •ECO-VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT RENEWABLES & CLEAN TECH •NATIONAL CDM PROJECT FOR SOLAR ENERGY •NATIONAL ACTION FOR GREENENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS •ENERGY EFFICIENCY & MEP CONTRACTING WASTE TO ENERGY •NATIONAL WASTE STRAETGY & ADVISORY •MSW TREATMENT PLANT AGRICULTURE •HYDROPONIC AGRICULTURE • BIO-FARMING COOPERATIVE
  • 5. MISSION & VISION Engineer financial models through which we can harness green technologies to make it widely affordable to every household Act as a catalyst for the exponential growth in the rate of adoption of green technologies in the residential sector
  • 6. VALUE STATEMENTS Adopt cutting edge clean technologies exclusively Support government initiatives as a means of offsetting high technology costs Be a reliable developer, service provider and advisor Create long term alliances with stakeholders which outlive project lifetimes Create enterprise value by properly hedging risks and maintaining growth
  • 7. THE PROJECTS THE NATIONAL CDM PROJECT FOR SOLAR ENERGY IN LEBANON (NASEL) APPROVED AND EXECUTION STARTED IN JAN 2009 THE NATIONAL ACTION FOR GREEN ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS INITIATED JAN 2010
  • 8. SUSTAINABLY MADE ACCOMODATION WITH RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES
  • 9. BREAKDOWN OF GHG EMISSIONS IN THE UK Source: Stockholm Environment Institute, 2007, Resources and Energy Analysis Programme
  • 10. CARBON FOOTPRINT OF BUILDING A NEW HOUSE Source: Stockholm Environment Institute, 2007, Resources and Energy Analysis Programme
  • 11. WOOD AS AN ALTERNATIVE BUILDING MATERIAL • One Cubic meter of wood can sequester one ton of CO2 eq. emissions • An average UK dwelling will need four cubic meters of wood of which are soft timber, plywood and OSB • Wood can replace brick, mortar, plaster and steel in the construction process thus further reducing emissions by another 24 tons of CO2 eq.
  • 12. EMISSIONS DUE TO RESIDENTIAL ENERGY USE • Gas and other fuels used in residences result in 3.58 tons of CO2 eq/ average household • Electricity consumption represents another 3.27 tons CO2 eq/ average household • Green Future Ltd. Provides a zero carbon solution for each of its dwellings by reducing demand and providing alternative energy sources thus offsetting another 6.85 tons CO2 eq yearly/ average household
  • 13. STRATEGY  Capitalize on low carbon grants and clean tech subsidized financing to reduce end user price and offer ZERO CARBON housing at an affordable price (i.e. the monthly installment is equivalent to the household rent cost and energy cost)  Positioning: premium quality housing solution at a Zero Net Cost  Consumer Promise:  Financing model such that monthly installment is less than rent and energy cost  Premium quality product with 25 years warranty  Advanced technology and High performance guaranteed by regular maintenance and monitoring
  • 14. THE GREEN FUTURE VALUE ADD • Provide technical assistance , QC and post construction monitoring • Offset GHG emissions and certify the built houses for 6 star rating • Train local communities on most advanced and sustainable building technologies • Provide access to subsidized financing for zero carbon house projects • Design and engineer location specific sustainable dwellings • Assist in the procurement of relevant technologies at competitive costs • Evaluate and value engineer design based on latest available building solutions
  • 15. INNOVATION PACKED • Location specific Passive house design meeting BRE 6 star rating • Hybrid wood based House Structure including roof • External new technology joint-less stone wall cladding system with double glazed low-e windows • Vapor and newly adopted thermal insulation technology for envelop • LED Lighting with critical power network connected to power back-up • Regular power network with A-rated basic appliances (Refrigerator, washing machine, stove and oven, microwave) • Central heating system with panel radiators, biomass boiler, Solar water heating system and storage tank • Solar PV panels and wind turbine contributing to 100% of power connected to emergency back-up storage along with a uniquely developed energy management system • High tech composting toilets with grey water treatment system • Waste management and recycling compartments
  • 16. FOUNDATION GROUND OR RAISED QUICK & COST EFFECTIVE • Minimal foundation requirements and limited leveling • Includes all utility installations & piping • Insulated base to enhance full building efficiency and meet BRE 6 star rating • Low labor requirement and cost
  • 17. STRUCTURE AND ENVELOP RESILIENT STRUCTURE INSULATED ENVELOPE  Hybrid structure with interlocking seamless brick or wood skin  Vapor and thermal barrier wrap exceeding FEE Standard  Traditional Victorian house skin made of bricks  Double glazed low-e windows  Long lifetime exceeding traditional building material
  • 18. SOLAR SYSTEMS SOLAR HEATING & PV LOCAL ENERGY GENERATION • Solar heating panels are integrated into the rooftop to provide daily hot water and assist central heating • Photovoltaic panels are also installed adjacent to heating panels in an aesthetic manner and offsetting all the house power consumption
  • 19. ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES A+ RATED APPLIANCES SOFT START/ LOW LOAD • Energy and water efficient eco-bubble washing machine • Highly insulated chest fridge with Inverter variable speed compressor • Gas or wood pellet operated oven top • LED TV screen and lighting
  • 20. LOCALIZED WATER TREATMENT NO MORE WASTE WATER • Black water treated through aerobic digestion • Waste water is reduced to a fertilizing compost • Liquid component is evaporated • Typical in use and shape to regular toilets • Does not require any maintenance or consumables TYPICAL INSTALLATION
  • 21. BIOMASS BOILER/ HEATER BIOMASS BOILER/ STOVE NO MORE DIESEL • Additional heating needs are reduced to minimum • Auxiliary Biomass boiler/ stove requires minimal installation needs • Used fuel can be any biomass (olive seed, pine seed crust, sawdust, wood pellets,…) which can provide equivalent heating to diesel at 1/5 the cost
  • 22. PASSIVE HOUSE DESIGN PASSIVE DESIGN LIMITED HEATING & COOLING • Advanced location specific architectural design making use of the site natural resources • Maximized utilization of solar radiation for indoor heating in winter while being shaded in summer • Kitchen positioned to be ventilated naturally by local wind currents
  • 23. A SMART GREEN FUTURE HOUSE TRADITIONAL DESIGN OLD LOOKS / NEW TECHNOLOGY • A Green Future house is a traditional house from the outside • A SMART passive house from the inside • Affordable technologies which require low running cost • Technologies that fit local traditions and usage habits
  • 24. THE VALUE PROPOSITION • The Green Future Housing solution encompasses all the processes needed to build a new house including design, engineering, permitting, building, certification and financing • A SMART house can be supplied within three months and built within 2 to 6 weeks depending on location and terrain topography
  • 25. COST OF CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE Single Story Small Double Story Small Single Story Medium Double Story Medium Single Story Large Double Story Large Area (m2) 65 85 90 115 135 225 Building Cost (₤) 35,000 40,000 45,000 50,000 60,000 100,000 Cost of Equipment (₤) 30,000 35,000 35,000 40,000 45,000 55,000 Man-day Labor 80 85 85 90 95 160 Total House & Equipment (₤) 80,000 92,000 93,000 108,000 124,000 187,000 Similar Brick & Mortar Cost (₤) 130,000 170,000 180,000 220,000 250,000 390,000 Annual Fuel & Electricity Saving (₤) 950 1,100 1,250 1,200 1,400 1,500
  • 26. JOIN THE PACT CEO@THEGREENALLIANCE.CO.UK