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  • 1. IKEA Goes Renewable – reducing our carbon emissions IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 2. IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 3. IKEA Sustainability Direction - IKEA’s business shall have an overall positive impact on people and environment. IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 4. IKEA Goes Renewable Project IKEA Goes Renewable
    • Aim: to improve our total energy efficiency and increase the use of renewable energy in all IKEA buildings.
    • Target:
    • Reduce total energy consumption by 25% on 2005 figures
    • 100% of IKEA properties to use renewable energy
    • Started in 2005
  • 5. Why?
    • Reduce energy consumption & operating costs
    • Profitable investments in renewable energy
    • Reduce emissions & impact on climate change
    • Improving overall financial health – potential annual savings could be equal to cost of a new store
    IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 6. IKEA Goes Renewable
    • IKEA factories, distribution centres, offices and stores.
    • External suppliers manufacturing IKEA products.
    IGR Project Organisation
  • 7. How will we achieve IGR goal?
    • Monitoring consumption
    • Audits, energy saver checklists& internal standards
    • Building Management System training
    • New build: efficiency & renewable investment
    • Retrofitting: LED, ESBs, PIRs, green technology
    • Training co-workers on energy awareness
    IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 8. IKEA renewable energy sources
    • Wind
    • Solar
    • Geothermal
    • Biomass
    • Hydropower
    • Biogas
    Definition: ‘ Energy derived from resources that are regenerative or for all practical purposes cannot be depleted’ IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 9. Business case…
    • On-site renewable investment
    • Cost approximately €1.5 million (Dublin)
    • Payback 7 - 8 years
    • Energy efficiency design
    • Cost approximately €200,000 (Dublin)
    • Payback 1 - 2 years
    IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 10. Renewable Technology Investment
    • Dublin
    • Target: 60% reduction in CO2 emissions on 2002 Building Regs developments & 30% onsite renewable energy (per planning condition).
    • Ground source heating/cooling & heat pumps
    • Biomass burner & woodchipper
    • Rainwater harvesting
    • Buy wind generated electricity
    • No oil or gas connection on-site
    IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 11. Renewable Technology Investment
    • Ground Source Heating/Cooling System
    • 158 individual bores
    • 90m deep
    • Located under the car park
    • Largest system in Ireland
    • 65% carbon reduction
    • 44% on-site renewable energy
    • Energy savings equal to annual consumption of 300 homes
    IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 12. Renewable Technology Investment
    • Biomass Burner
    • 650k/w boiler
    • Provides store hot water
    • Heats loading bay
    • Burns woodchip
    • On-site wood chipper
    • 24% carbon reduction
    • 8.8% on-site renewable energy
    IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 13. Building Efficiency Investment
    • Additional insulation in building roof & walls – additional 6% energy efficiency
    • Brise soleil on south facing windows
    • LED wordmarks
    • PIRs in office & toilet areas
    • Energy Saving Bulbs
    IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 14. Monitoring Progress by Region
    • Monthly energy consumption reports returned
    • Investment & payback
    • € 1m+ savings to be made by increasing efficiency by 10%
    • Energy efficiency per m3 sales & m2 store area
    IKEA Goes Renewable
  • 15. Communication
    • WebEss – monthly reporting tool
    • Newsletter bi-monthly
    • Notice-board: store consumption
    • Energy Working Group
    • Staff training (Sustainability eLearning)
    • IKEA Group Sustainability Report
    IKEA Goes Renewable