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    • Green Buildings Market
    • Centre of “Excellence” for Energy, Environment, Green Buildings, Renewable energy, Water & Climate change activities in India CII – Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre, Hyderabad A unique Public – Private Partnership ( CII, Govt of Andhra Pradesh, USAID and Pirojsha Godrej Foundation )
    •  
    • Green Building vs. Conventional Building
      • Appearance & Functionality: Same
      • Key Difference
        • GB–Constructed with a focus on
          • Conserving Natural resources
          • Human comfort, Productivity & better indoor environment
    • Salient Features of a Green Building
      • Effective Use of soil & Landscapes
      • Efficient Use of Water
      • Energy Efficient & Eco Friendly Equipment
      • Effective Control & Building Management Systems
      • Use of Renewable Energy
      • Use of Recycled/Recyclable Materials
      • Improved indoor air quality for health and comfort
      CII – IQ Building, Bangalore
    • Benefits Being Experienced in LEED Rated buildings
      • Delight in the occupants
        • Fresh air
        • Comfort levels
      • Serenity & Peace
        • Connectivity to outdoor environment
          • Daylighting, Views
      • Tremendous savings in water & energy
      • Above all… a sense of pride & achievement
      CII-Godrej GBC ITC Green Centre
      • ‘ A Green building creates delight when entered, serenity and health when occupied and regret when departed’
      • – Amory Lovins in the book ‘Natural Capitalism’.
    • Indian Green Building Council GREEN BUILDING MOVEMENT IN INDIA
    • Indian Green Building Council (IGBC)
      • Vision of IGBC
        • To usher in a green building revolution in India
        • To become one of the world leaders in green buildings by 2010
    • Green Building Movement - Update 0 65 No. of IGBC Green Homes registered 4 0 83 Million Built – in Area (sq.ft) 5 50 Green Building products & equipments 5 6 3 2 1 No 10 ≈ 3000 No. of professionals trained on LEED rating 50 ≈ 3500 CEOs & senior people involved 0 391 IGBC Membership 0 152 Million Built – in Area (sq.ft) 1 259 No. of registered LEED Green Buildings
      • Till Date
      Criteria
    • Growth of Green Buildings in India
      • All types of buildings, all over the country :
      • IT Parks, Offices, Banks, Airport, Convention Centre, Educational institutions, Hotels, Residential
    • Why Did Stakeholders Go For Green Buildings
      • Operational savings & Green Image
        • Initial driver for corporate, Owners
      • Marketability – Ability to sell space easily
        • Builders, Developers
      • Customers demanding green
        • Leased out spaces
      CII-Godrej GBC ITC Green Centre
    • What LEED buildings did differently
      • Integrated Design
        • Team effort
      • Holistic approach
        • Focus on Materials, IAQ, Site
          • Not only Energy & water
      • Bettering the standards
        • ASHRAE, USEPA, IPMVP, SMACNA,
          • 350 sq.ft /TR in IT Parks
            • Technopolis, Olympia
          • Insulated walls, roof, Glazing
          • Chiller CoP higher than initial design
            • > 6.1 (ITC, Wipro)
          • 100 TR Solar air-conditioning
            • Pacific Controls, Dubai
          • Passive cooling
            • IGP office, Gulbarga
            • HITAM, Hyderabad
      • Deviation from normal practices
        • Resource reuse
          • Reuse of used furniture
          • Eg.,ITC Green Centre, Wipro
      Technopolis, Kolkota IGP Office, Gulbarga
    • Benefits Experienced in LEED Rated Buildings
      • 3 LEED Platinum Buildings monitored to validate tangible benefits
      • Benefits far exceeding the initial estimates
      • Energy consumption depends on
        • Local climate, Density of occupancy, Occupancy schedule, Orientation of the building, Internal loads
      63% 45% 40% % Reduction 1,30,000 20,00,000 31,00,000 Actual Building (kWh) 9 3,50,000 20,000 CII Godrej GBC 90 35,00,000 1,70,000 ITC 102 48,00,000 1,75,000 Wipro Annual Energy Savings (Rs in Lakhs) Normal Building (kWh) Sq.ft Building
    • Cost of Green Buildings - Indian Experiences Recently Rated Green Buildings
      • Cost showing a decreasing trend over the years
      • Incremental Cost lower if base design has already factored normal Green features
      3 years 2% Silver 78,000 2007 HITAM, Hyderabad 4 years 8% Platinum 15,000 2007 Spectral Services Consultants Office, Noida 3 years 6% Gold 72,000 2006 Technopolis, Kolkata 5 years 8 % Platinum 1,75,000 2005 Wipro, Gurgaon 6 years 15 % Platinum 1,70,000 2004 ITC Green Centre, Gurgaon 7 years 18 % Platinum 20,000 2003 CII-Godrej GBC, Hyderabad Payback (Yrs) % increase in cost Rating Achieved Built-in Area (Sqft) Year awarded Building
    • Projected Growth of Green Buildings in India Opportunity for Green Building Materials & products ( Rated Green buildings & other buildings) by 2012 : 15,000 Crores INR 4000 1000 2012 500 150 2008 200 50 2007 80 20 2006 Estimated Market Potential (USD Million) Registered Green Buildings (Nos. per year) Year
    • Market Transformation Post – LEED Opportunities
      • New Materials & Services introduced due to the Movement
      • Materials
        • High performance glass
        • Wall & Roof insulation
        • Low VOC paints, adhesives & sealants
        • CRI certified carpets
        • FSC Certified wood
        • High albedo roofing material
        • Flyash blocks
        • Eco-friendly chemicals
      • Equipment / systems
        • Waterless urinals
        • High CoP chillers
        • CO2 sensors
        • Root Zone treatment plants
        • Wind towers
      • New Services
        • III Party Commissioning
        • Energy simulation
        • LEED Facilitation services
    • Market Transformation
    • Market Transformation
    • Where Do We Go From Here?
      • Aspiring India to be one of the world leaders in green buildings by 2010
      • Goals
        • 1 Billion sq.ft of green building footprint by 2015
        • 1000 Green Buildings registration by 2010
        • Facilitate tapping Green Building materials market of Rs.15000 Cr by 2010
        • 5000 IGBC Accredited Professionals by 2010
        • Pilot & launch of other LEED products
          • IGBC Homes & Residential,
          • LEED EB, LEED India ND, LEED India Schools, etc
    • Facilitating sustainable enterprises
    • Background
      • New Ventures is global program
      • New Ventures India program is a joint initiative of CII,WRI & USAID
      • Program objective is to facilitate innovative, sustainable, green enterprises
      BRAZIL MEXICO INDIA CHINA INDONESIA New Ventures Global New Ventures India
    • Bridging the Gap
      • There is a need for identifying innovative
        • Green ideas
        • Green products
        • Green Services
      • Need for
        • Hand holding
        • Mentoring
      • Need for connecting
        • Enterprises with capital
        • Enterprises to market
    • Focus Areas of New Ventures India
      • Clean technologies
      • Renewable energy
      • Energy efficiency
      • Environment
      • Water
      • Green building materials
      • Eco-tourism
      • Organic products
    • Mentoring
      • Provide business Advisory Services through
      • Coaches Network
      • Pro-bono Mentoring from New Ventures
      • Training programs
      • Skills development programs
      • Connecting to markets
      Identification
      • Reach-out through
      • CII network
      • Partners
      • Road shows
      • Events
      • Website
      • Advertisements
      Due Diligence
      • Product/ sector
      • Initial Assessment of Business Idea/Model
      • Environmental benefits
      • Initial Assessment of Entrepreneur
      • Initial Assessment of Management Team
      • Market assessment
      Investment Support
      • Investor Network
      • Investor Forum
      • Investment Summit
      • Investor Meetings
      • Deal flow sessions round the year
      New Ventures India Cycle
    • Steering Committee
    • NVI Portfolio-2006
    • NVI Portfolio-2007 SBA
    • Support to Green Buildings
      • Supported Sumaya HMX in the cycle of year 2006
        • Energy efficient Industrial Cooling Systems
      • Supported Natura Fibertech for the cycle of year 2006
        • Coir Board substitute to Plywood
      • Supported Kakatiya Energy Systems for the cycle 2007
        • Automatic lighting & Dimming Devices
      • Supported Nuetech Solar for the cycle 2007
        • Solar operated equipments
    • Investment in NVI Companies USD 18.585 INR 73.33 Total USD 0.375 million INR 1.5 Crores Kakatiya Energy Systems P Ltd USD 5 million INR 20 Crore Kabirdass Motor Company Pvt Ltd USD 0.4 million INR 1.7 Crore (Breakup: Equity- 75,00,000 & Grant- 99,49,041) Zameen Organics USD 2.5 million INR 10 Crore Tribi Embedded Technologies USD 3 million INR 12 Crore Suminter India Organics USD 1.12 million INR 4.5 Crore Natura Fibers USD 3.2 million INR 11.64 Crore Conserve HRP USD 1.75 million INR 7 Crore USD 1.24 million INR 4.99 Crore HMX Sumaya Systems Amount in USD Amount in INR Name of Organization
    • Go Green ….