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  • 1. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN Challenge Closing on 30th September 2011 Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 2. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces GREENSPACES CHALLENGE – CALL TO ACTION  GreenSpaces‟s mission is to achieve energy savings by reshaping the way commercial buildings are designed & built  It will demonstrate that the energy footprint can be economically reduced from 40% to 10% of global energy usage, and serve as a model for all buildings  Today‟s technologies can cost effectively achieve these energy savings but is yet to be discovered  The GreenSpaces Challenge invites creative and innovative ideas, products or services that will reduce cost and /or improve energy efficiency  Join us in this global challenge to bring about changes that will make a difference. Join the conversation that will change the way future buildings are built, and help preserve the earth  Best of the class ideas or solutions will be showcased in the flagship project. For detailed information visit www.greenspaces.in/challenge Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 3. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces GREENSPACES CHALLENGE – CALL TO ACTION List of opportunities for innovation for the Challenge - to reduce costs and /or improve efficiency Ice Storage Bio Reactor Underfloor Air Displacement System Waste Water Treatment Geothermal cooling Insulation Green Data Centre Energy Efficient Laptops Regenerative Elevators LED Lamps PV Panels & Thermal Solar Fuel Cells Drinking Water - RO Treatment Security & Access control Façade BMS Construction Technology & Methods Workstation w ith chairs Construction Material Carpets & Paints Occupant Health, Productivity & Well being Passive Cooling Indoor Air Quality Other Great Ideas Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 4. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces OBJECTIVES • Improve Energy efficiency • Minimize Energy Consumption • Reduce Cost • Maximize Renewable Energy Use • Achieve Project Vision Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 5. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces NEW TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS We will accept New Technology Partners in cases where there is improvement in energy and water efficiency, and/or reduction in cost and benefits to occupants Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 6. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces INCENTIVE TO WINNING PARTICIPANTS • Winners will become Technology partners of GreenSpaces for name and fame. • As a “Flagship Project” for the Asia-Pacific Partnership (APP), Building and Appliance Task Force (BATF) on Clean Development and Climate, successful technology partners will be team members with an impressive and respected community of professionals known worldwide • „Flagship‟ means projects & activities that illustrate and demonstrate the vision and objectives of the APP Partnership. The portfolio includes a full range of actions intended by the Partnership – technology research & development, pilot projects, demonstration & deployment activities, skill enhancement and best practice dissemination www.asiapacificpartnership.org • APP is a non-treaty agreement between Australia, Canada, India, Japan, China, South Korea, & USA working towards energy security, air pollution reduction & climate change mitigation to promote sustainable economic growth & poverty reduction • Buildings and Appliances Task Force (BATF) is one of the 8 public-private sector task forces of the Partnership. BATF promotes best practices and demonstrates technologies & building design principles that increase energy efficiency Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 7. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces PROJECT VISION • Buildings account for 40% of all energy used by humans on the planet • Energy demand is set to increase by 30% in the next 10 years • 60% of humanity will be living in cities in the next 15 years • There is a growing preference for working and living in healthy & safe air-conditioned spaces • By reducing the amount of energy used in buildings on the demand side, and generating & using renewable energy, one can significantly reduce carbon emissions, and earn carbon credits • GreenSpaces will be meaningful for society, as it will demonstrate that it is possible to reduce our energy footprint from 40% to 10% while improving the productivity & health of occupants Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 8. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces PROJECT VISION • Although GreenSpaces is a commercial development, the proposed Ideas, Innovation and Lifestyle changes are applicable and replicable in Retail, Hotels, Homes or in any other building, anywhere in the world • It is a Cleantech /Greentech /IT application to buildings • Is a world class project partnered with world class research labs & companies • GreenSpaces Project costs, excluding land, is US$ 162MM • The civil & MEP costs are about 50-50 • The MEP costs for this project are 58% higher than for a standard „A‟ class building, with a pay back period of 6 years on added costs • The CO2 savings per year are 36,000 tonnes on the demand side • The above costs need to be reduced Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 9. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces PROJECT VISION • Energy savings per year are 41MM kWh (74.4% over standard „A‟ class building) • Energy savings needs improvement • Onsite renewable energy production is expected to be 1.6 MM kWh per year from PV, Bio reactors, Regenerative elevators, etc. This needs to be increased • Energy saving lifestyle changes such as no jackets & ties in the summer, ventilated back & bottom ergonomic chairs, variable height tables, individual workspace temperature controls • Provision for a healthy & safe work place using natural bio-filtered indoor air that is of better quality than the ambient air • The project seeks ideas for healthy living & being happy working indoors • Interiors that provide comfort & well-being for inhabitants Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 10. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces PROJECT VISION • Healthy food & happy living, outstanding air quality, reduction & recycling of waste, zero water discharge, reduction of water usage, availability of quality of drinking water, use of geo-thermal energy, vertical gardens, maintaining natural habitat for birds & enhancing the environment from Ornithological perspective using local biodiversity, energy conservation on demand side, onsite production of renewable energy, use of non carbon energy such as hydro-electric power & wind energy, meeting International specification & standards in regard to ventilation, lighting, temperature, air conditioning, fire & safety, with a full range of services such as crèche, medical, exercise, green data center, shopping, food courts, recreation, education & training, conferencing, are the key words for GreenSpaces for creating a fun working environment. Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 11. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces PROJECT SYNOPSISTotal Plot Area 8.25 AcresLocation & Access 6 Km south of Delhi on National Highway NH 2 Direct Access from Highway Latitude: 28 26‟ 18” N, Longitude: 77 18‟ 26” EGround coverage 40%Floor Area Ratio (FAR) 250%Built Up Area 1.75 million sqftNo. of towers 4 interlinked towers (3 basements, 23 upper levels) Separate parking block (1 basement, 8 upper levels)Facilities IT/ ITeS with Retail, Convertible Office Apartment, Medical, Recreation, Green Data CenterFloor heights 3.4 M (B2, B3), 6M (B1, Ground, Podium), 3.75 M (21 upper levels)Occupancy 8,000 day time, 4,000 night timeCar parking 2,087 cars with charging points for battery powered carsPublic Transport Direct access to Metro Station Sector -27A, FaridabadFloor plate 8,000 sqft each x 4 per level or 32,000 sqft per level Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 12. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces PROJECT OVERVIEW • The project is being developed by Ecotrust Capital Advisors headed by Mr. Kamal Meattle, CEO of Paharpur Business Centre (PBCTM-STIP) • It is a campus style Technology / Innovation Park providing fully furnished offices with supporting amenities • In June 2008 Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) Govt. of India (GOI), Ministry of Power, after consultation with TERI recommended the Project to Ministry of Environment and Forests, New Delhi • The Ministry of Environment and Forests proposed the development as a Flagship Project on 27 June 2008 • Approved on 30th October 2008 as FLAGSHIP project under Asia Pacific Partnership (APP), falls under Building and Appliances Task Force (BATF) Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 13. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces PROJECT GOALS •Min. energy consumption A 75% reduction over a conventional A grade commercial building •24hr business location IT during the day ITeS at night, BPO (voice & data), recycling all waste, opportunities for carbon credits •Healthiest work place Aimed at reducing attrition in the workplace and creating social sustainability. Maximum use of daylight, high air quality, external views, secure environments & amenities for recreation, well being, learning •International Certification LEED 3.0 Platinum 103/110 points TERI GRIHA 98/100 points. 5 star rating. CDM project BEE Star rated building •Economically sustainable To show that „Green is Green‟. Sustainable designed commercial developments are economically viable & profitable. •Reference project Approved Flagship Project with APP. •Operational Standards ISO 14001:2004 for Environment Management System ISO 9001:2000 for Quality Management System SA 8000:2001 for International Standard for Social Accountability OHSAS 18001:1999 for Occupational Health & Safety - Management System. ISO 22000: 2005 for Food Safety Management System Commitment to UN Global Compact Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 14. Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces GREENSPACES - ENERGY CONSERVATION MEASURES (ECM)  Insulated Wall  Insulated Roof  Fins & Overhangs  Lower lighting power  Occupancy Sensors  Daylight Sensors  Variable frequency drives on Air handling units, Secondary Pumps, Cooling towers  Chilling machines with high coefficient of performance (COP)  Thermal Energy Storage system  Under Floor Air Displacement System  Free cooling during favorable outside conditions  Pre cooling of fresh air by using dual wheel  Change in operating set point at 25OC  Cooling towers with approach of 1OC  Solar hot water www.greenspaces.in
  • 15. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces SUPPORT FROM INTERNATIONAL LABORATORIES Three US National Laboratories: • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory • Oak Ridge National Laboratory • National Renewable Energy Laboratory Currently these laboratories are assisting us in reducing cost & / improve energy efficiency under grants from Department of Energy, USA as we are a reference Flagship project of the Asia Pacific Partnership – BATF-08-49 www.asiapacificpartnership.org Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 16. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces TECHNOLOGY / COST CHALLENGES In order to reduce high costs & maximize energy efficiency we are still looking for better Ideas & Technologies to help us achieve our Objectives as listed in the following slides. The identified Challenges are divided into two categories namely Technology & Cost Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 17. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces UNDERFLOOR AIR DISPLACEMENT SYSTEM Our Requirement:  Permit individual temperature control for all the 8,000 workstations  Outside Condition: 107 Deg. F DB /75 Deg. F WB  Inside condition: 77 Deg. F DB / 55% RH (ASHRAE Thermal Comfort Standard)  Floor Height 3.75 M (21 floors) Benefits:  Important to achieve minimum air-conditioning load, humidity and temperature control Challenge  High cost  Success of the system in Delhi‟s weather conditions Known Alternatives:  Passive cooling technologies like chilled beam Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 18. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces REGENERATIVE ELEVATORS Our Requirement is as below or equivalent /better for very energy efficient equipment:  8 No. 1600kg, 24 Persons (1.75 mps) Gearless Elevators with regenerative VVVF Drive  8 No. 1600kg, 24 Persons (2.5 mps) Gearless Elevators with regenerative VVVF Drive  16 No. 1600kg, 24 Persons (4 mps) Gearless Elevators with VVVF Drive  4 No. 20 persons (2.5 mps) Parking elevators with VVVF Drive  4 No. 1000kg Service Elevators (2.5 mps) Gearless Elevators VVVF Drive  4 No. 35 inclination 1.0 m wide Escalators with VVVF Drive Contd: 2 Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 19. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces REGENERATIVE ELEVATORS Benefits:  Elevators with regenerative capabilities will save energy  Expect to share energy savings with users of elevator by walking up and using the elevators getting down Challenges:  High cost of Regenerative Elevators, long pay back period  Optimum utilization of power generated by elevators Expectations:  Reduced pay back period  Reliable & Local service support For details click here Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 20. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces PV PANELS & THERMAL SOLAR Our Requirement:  Solar Hot Water System for 100% hot water demand of 10,000 LPD  Hot water supply through solar hot water system for kitchen, health club & guesthouse.  Solar Power Generation of electricity using PV with no storage. Area available 12,000 sqm on roof top, 2,900 sqm on south side windows and the entire façade of the buildings Challenges:  Lower water temperature in Winter & Rainy Seasons  To reduce CAPEX for solar PV plant  Select the optimum system after comparing PV, Solar concentrators & others Known Alternatives:  Solar Concentrators, Fresnel solar collector. Co-generation Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 21. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces GEO THERMAL COOLING Status till date  Geo thermal & water survey reports conducted  Approx. 900 TR condenser water cooling designed with Geothermal System  Well‟s temperature Borewell Water Temperature Readings Depth Reading Water Ambient Borewell # (ft) Time Temp Temp 1 500 0900 32 20.5 2 460 0900 32.5 21.5 3 300 0900 29.5 22  Hydrogeological study done Path ahead  Use Geothermal cooling for balance areas fed by conventional cooling tower Challenge  High cost of Geothermal cooling compared to conventional cooling towers  Expertise on the designing of system For more details  Increase the quantity of water usage by Geothermal cooling contact us Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 22. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces ONSITE BIO METHANATION Status till date  Bio-methanation to produce methane/bio-diesel from on-site waste to power fuel- cells  Food waste  Human Excreta from occupants - 8,000 during day & 4,000 during night Path ahead  To improve upon the Bio reactor technology available from TERI (TEAM – TERI‟s Enhanced Acidification and Methanation process) www.teriin.org  Convert waste into bio-diesel Challenge  Find Cost effective solution to use the gas for cooking or generating electricity using fuel cell Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 23. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces LED LAMPS & SUPER T-8 LAMPS Status till date  LED lighting fixtures available till date are not efficient as Super T8 lamps  No mercury content in LED lamp & higher lamp life of LEDs  Lighting study done Path ahead  Use of LED lights for workstation task lighting for 8,000 desks /rooms at night  Use of lux level cum motion based sensors for efficient lighting management & day lighting control Challenge  Find supplier offering technology at an affordable cost  Thermal management of LED source lamps  Efficacy of LED lamps under typical office hour conditions For details  Find ways to dispose off the heat generated from lighting outside through click here separate ventilation Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 24. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces WASTE WATER TREATMENT Status till date  Current proposed technology is Membrane Bio Reactor Path ahead  Exploring Sustainable waste water management technology using green plants  Use of green plants for creating a sustainable ecosystem of micro-organisms for treating waste water or from another source Challenge  Evaluating other similar technologies Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 25. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces FAÇADE WORKS Status till date  Integrated insulated façade technology  Currently the average façade cost is estimated at 12 US $/ sqft.  Design, Supply & installation of an airtight façade as indoor air quality in the building is being controlled by purifying the ambient fresh air. Path ahead  Assistance in finding alternative cost effective technology/ suppliers For details click here Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 26. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces ICE STORAGE Status till date  Provide 2,000 TRH Ice Storage to shave off peak demand on air-conditioning  Cooling to be drawn from Ice storage during the peak hours, & will be charged during low load hours  Estimated demand load variation, with fixed load 750TR for Data Centre, ranges from 1,500 TR to 2,144TR Path ahead  Use of Ice inventory Management system which will assess the facility manager to measure the energy stored during & post charging process  To make use of stored energy during high electricity tariff rate or during mild load period Challenge  High cost of meters & storage tanks Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 27. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces PURIFIED DRINKING WATER Status till date  Drinking water requirement – 25,000 LPD  Drinking Water Supply to all office occupants at designated locations  Separate treatment of water as per IS:10500 drinking water standards  Distribution of drinking water through dedicated network of pipes & pumps Path ahead  Higher efficiency RO based water treatment Plant  Generating water from ambient air Challenge  Treatment of reject from RO plant with high TDS levels  High Cost of Stainless Steel tanks & RO plant  Find Alternative to the RO system to reduce cost Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 28. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces GREEN DATA CENTRE Status till date • Tier III + Green Data Centre • Rack area 15,000 sqft with electrical demand load of 2 – 8 MW • Servers of all Building tenants will be housed in this area Path ahead • Green data Center efficiency ratio i.e. Processing Power / Total Power used - including UPS, Cooling and Processing should be less than 0.5 • Servers using water cooled chips generating hot water for absorption cooling • Water cooled air-conditioning Challenge • Technology • Reduction in cost & energy Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 29. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces GREEN WALLS Status till date  Area available for green walls - 3,000 sqm  Green Façade on towers and parking Path ahead  Water Proof Panels  Automatic irrigation system  Water efficient system  Hydroponics  Appropriate plants Challenge • Integration into building‟s Air Circulation System • Feasibility in Delhi /NCR region Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 30. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces WORKSTATION WITH CHAIR Status till date • Height adjustable, ergonomic design workstation (Facility Management controlled) • Bottom and back ventilated chairs with adjustable height and hand rest • Total requirement ~ 8,000 chairs & workstations • Path ahead • Zero /Low maintenance • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) friendly, specifically low VOC • Challenge • High Cost Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 31. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces CARPET Status till date  Zero VOC with recycled contents Carpets for entire office space  Total requirement ~ 60,000 Sqm  Carpet & Rug Institute (CRI) certified Path ahead • Zero /low maintenance • Easy /local recycling • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) friendly Challenge • High Cost • Local manufacturing Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 32. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces PAINTS Status till date • Zero VOC • Eco friendly • Lead free, non-toxic paint • Heat reflective paint for exteriors Path ahead • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) friendly • Pollution or VOC/CO2 absorbing paints Challenge • Availability Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 33. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces WATER PROOFING & INSULATION Status till date • High albedo roof membrane of thermoplastic-polyolefin with heat welded seams including insulation, vapor retarder etc • Entire roof & walls to be waterproofed and insulated Path ahead • Eco-friendly • Long lasting Challenge • Cost & energy efficiency Flagship Project Number: BATF-08-49
  • 34. Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces GREENSPACES - COMPONENTS www.greenspaces.in
  • 35. Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces SECTION www.greenspaces.in
  • 36. IT/ITeS Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces FLOOR SECTION FOR DAYLIGHT2325 3750 2325 450 16000 North and Shallow Proportionate Under floor Task south Light shelves floor plate floor height ventilation lighting openings width www.greenspaces.in
  • 37. Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces TEAM www.greenspaces.in
  • 38. Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspacesPROJECT HON. ADVISORS Prof. Charles L. Cooney Professor of Chemical & Biochemical Engineering at MIT Mahendra K. Daga Chairman & Managing Director of Orient Ceramics and Industries Ltd. Prof. Leon R. Glicksman Professor of Building Technology & Mechanical Engineering at MIT Assistant Professor & Head, Centre for IT in Building Sciences, International Prof. Vishal Garg Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad President, WorldBuild Technologies, Inc. and Founder of the U.S. Green David Gottfried Building Council James Hartzfeld Director, Interface FLOR, Co-Founder of the U.S. Green Building Council Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering (Emeritus) Renewable and Prof. Gilbert M. Masters Efficient Energy Systems at Stanford University Co-Director, Laboratory for Energy and the Environment at MIT, Director, Prof. Ernest J. Moniz MIT Energy Initiative & Member, President Obama’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology www.greenspaces.in
  • 39. Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspacesPROJECT HON. ADVISORS Director of the Center for International Environment and Resource Policy at The Prof. William Moomaw Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and Professor of International Environmental Policy at Tufts University Senior Visiting Fellow at The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi Mark Runacres and Former Minister and Deputy High Commissioner, British High Commission, India Senior lecturer at MIT and founding chair of the SoL (Society for Organizational Dr. Peter M. Senge Learning) Council Chairman e3bank, Past Chair U.S. Green Building Council, Principal Consilience Sandy Wiggins LLC President, Wolverton Environmental Services, Inc., author of How To Grow Fresh Dr. B. C. "Bill" Wolverton Air, and retired NASA scientist Professor and Director, Building Energy and Environmental Systems Laboratory, Dr. Jianshun "Jensen" Zhang Syracuse University Group Leader & Staff Scientist in the Commercial Ventilation and IAQ Control Dr. Michael G. Apte Group in the Indoor Environment Department Senior Mechanical Engineer at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge John Shonder National Laboratory (ORNL) www.greenspaces.in
  • 40. Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces CURRENT PROJECT DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION TEAM Organization Country Role Perkins+Will USA Principal Architect Edifice Consultants India Architect Spectral Services Consultants India MEP Consultant MW High Tech Projects India General Contractor WSP Cantor Seinuk USA Structural Consultant Environmental Design Solutions India Energy Modelling Evans and Peck Australia Alliance Facilitator CII/GBC India LEEDs Facilitator Ecotrust Capital Advisors India Financial Advisor Godrej India LEEDs Commissioning TERI India GRIHA Rating TPS Consult UK Security Consultant Billings Design Associates USA Façade Consultant LAM Partners USA Lighting Consultant www.greenspaces.in
  • 41. Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces CURRENT TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS www.greenspaces.in
  • 42. Special Economic Zone, Delhi NCR, India greenspaces Visit us at http://greenspaces.in/challenge/ Contact us at challenge@greenspaces.in www.greenspaces.in