GREEN BUILDING                    WAY FORWARD FOR BUILDING                    INDUSTRIEScontact: norhati@salam.uitm.edu.my...
A reflection :              picturing                                        GREEN                   Where are we now?    ...
GOING ENVIRO AN OPTION?            the driving forces of environmental            stress:                      I=PxAxT    ...
TURNING GREEN                                                                     Agenda?                                 ...
what GREEN means to the              building industry?              Varying sentiments, optimism                   protec...
GREEN thinking:              plan for tomorrow, today              PEOPLE , TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION,              PROCE...
what makes a building green:              is there a definitive answer?                   Meet a specific green building r...
GREEN = Energy Efficient?                   GREEN STARTS WITH ENERGY                   EFFICIENCY (Murray 2006 in BOMA Kin...
Energy         efficiency                                     GENERAL RULE:         measures                              ...
OUR CURRENT STATE:________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM,...
SOURCES OF       DESIGN INFO /                                                                       QUANTIFIED DATA      ...
environmental rating system       LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Development)              BREEAM System (BR...
HIGH PERFORMANCE GREENBUILDINGS (HPGB) “efforts taken by KFM to spearhead the Green + Efficient initiatives at our Courtho...
GBI criteria            The Green Building Index (GBI) rating system            assesses the impact of a new building on i...
For linked houses,                                                                                               apartment...
Comparison Res - NonRes      Source: http://www.greenbuildingindex.org________________________________________________Ener...
PTM GEO BUILDING        GBI RATING                                 CERTIFIED        CERTIFICATE NO.                       ...
BANGUNAN SURUHANJAYA TENAGA     GBI RATING                                 PLATINUM     CERTIFICATE NO.                   ...
1 FIRST AVENUE           GBI PROVISIONAL RATING GOLD           CERTIFICATE NO.                         GBI-NRNC-0002(P)   ...
MENARA WORLDWIDE      GBI PROVISIONAL RATING CERTIFIED      CERTIFICATE NO.                         GBI-NRNC-0003(P)      ...
LEARNING FROM OTHERS                 Produce greener buildings   Green existing buildings (Green Retrofit)
OUR MOVE FORWARD:              learning from others              - post occupancy studies on Energy                Edge pr...
LEARNING FROM                              EXPERIENCES OF OTHERS                                     Simple measures______...
simple practices                   Know where energy is being consumed.                   identify low- and no-cost green ...
Lighting energy conservation              What measure/s to adopt?              SYSTEM SOLUTION: Lighting retrofit means: ...
Source: Enhancing Energy Conservation and Efficiency with Occupant Engagement by Andrew Pape-Salmon and David   Helliwell_...
Screen clipping taken: 7/25/2011 2:30 AM  ________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for ...
LEARNING FROM                           EXPERIENCES OF OTHERS                               Energy Strategy and           ...
GREEN drivers              FROM THE GROUND UP              (Lorie Damon, BOMA International 2006)                   “Throu...
Screen clipping taken: 7/25/2011 2:17 AM                    prioritise the measures  _____________________________________...
Energy Strategy and Management        in Companies       5 robust steps                  (Energy Star, 2011)            Ma...
LEARNING FROM                              EXPERIENCES OF OTHERS                                  Tools and Resources     ...
Screen clipping taken: 7/25/2011 12:43 AM        Energy        management        guide (EPA)       https://www.energystar....
Community engagement tools                Tools to instigate successful behavior change                Community Based Soc...
Suggestions on way forward?                   Identify and assign key drivers                   Build up knowledge, sensit...
Seek and Use Guidelines/              Tools available online                   Advanced Energy Design Guide               ...
________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar ...
Screen clipping taken: 7/25/2011 2:08 PM  ________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for ...
GREEN thinking:              plan for tomorrow, today              PEOPLE ASPECTS                     Form alliances      ...
RESOURCES:        EPA, ENERGY STAR websites        Business & Energy in the 21st Century…Navigating Energy        Manageme...
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  1. 1. GREEN BUILDING WAY FORWARD FOR BUILDING INDUSTRIEScontact: norhati@salam.uitm.edu.myFaculty of Architecture, Planning and SurveyingUniversiti Teknologi MARA____________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| 27 July 2011, UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  2. 2. A reflection : picturing GREEN Where are we now? DRIVING GREEN: outside factors, inside factors Our familiarity, readiness and reasons for embracing GREEN the PEOPLE, our TECHNOLOGY/RESOURCES, our PROCESSES Where are we heading? Commitment to “triple bottom line” measurement of success – assessing economic, environmental and social performance 2________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  3. 3. GOING ENVIRO AN OPTION? the driving forces of environmental stress: I=PxAxT (Ehrlich & Holdens, 1971) Total environmental resource use (leading to wasteful emissions) is a multiplicative function of population, consumption and technology. I=impact , P=population, A= affluence, consumption/person T= technology, average resource intensity of technology used per unit of production (Source: Vlek & Steg 2007) 3________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  4. 4. TURNING GREEN Agenda? Targets? Achievements? 4________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  5. 5. what GREEN means to the building industry? Varying sentiments, optimism protecting and preserving what remains of pristine nature, often by careful urban and suburban planning. GBI! Regulatory burden? Opportunities… $$$$, investments, business, research, training the last person to leave the office turns off the lights is an ongoing endeavor, not just a one- shot measure A PRACTICE, A LIFE STYLE 5________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  6. 6. GREEN thinking: plan for tomorrow, today PEOPLE , TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION, PROCESSES 6________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  7. 7. what makes a building green: is there a definitive answer? Meet a specific green building rating system requirement and guidelines: the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certification, Green Globes, administered by the Green Building Initiative, and the Federal Sustainable Buildings Principles. Most systems rate by awarding points These rating systems are usually flexible—they allow builders flexibility to meet the green threshold by accumulating a minimum number of points from any of the various categories. achieving certification as a green building does not necessarily have to involve energy-efficient design, construction, or operation. Important that investors who intend to develop or purchase green properties, understand the scoring and methodology underlying the various rating systems.________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  8. 8. GREEN = Energy Efficient? GREEN STARTS WITH ENERGY EFFICIENCY (Murray 2006 in BOMA Kingsley Quarterly, the Green Issue 2006) Why Green Starts with Energy Efficiency (Leslie Cook 2008) • Organizations that are leaders in energy efficiency use 40 percent less energy than competitors • Energy efficient buildings emit 35 percent less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere • Energy efficiency provides financial returns that can support future “green” investments “Green” does not necessarily mean energy efficient! ENERGY OPTIMIZATION as an important step towards GREENER BUILDINGS How to reduce energy consumption, by how much, by when?________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  9. 9. Energy efficiency GENERAL RULE: measures OPTIMISE PASSIVE MEANS Physical urban patterns building design Site planning and building strategies orientation system design Building configuration strategies Envelope design (walls, floors, roofs) behavioural Selection of building materials strategies System design Integration of sustainable measures________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  10. 10. OUR CURRENT STATE:________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  11. 11. SOURCES OF DESIGN INFO / QUANTIFIED DATA KNOWLEDGE • performance- FEEDBACK based • acquired • team feedback; through users, clients, systematic INTUITIVELY consultants assessment • post-occupancy method •designers analysis -LCC intuition on similar -Simulation •personal project nature tools experience •rules of thumb •rules of thumb •Design guide: descriptive or prescriptive basis for design decisions________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  12. 12. environmental rating system LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Development) BREEAM System (BRE Environmental Assessment Method) GBTool Green Mark Green Building Index – Malaysia’s jump start towards Greening our buildings________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  13. 13. HIGH PERFORMANCE GREENBUILDINGS (HPGB) “efforts taken by KFM to spearhead the Green + Efficient initiatives at our Courthouses. KFM through their own initiative and investments has managed to reduce the energy consumption in the Kuala Lumpur Courthouse Complex by 11%”. 19 JULY 2011 – MALAYSIA’s JUDICIARY EMBRACES GREEN AND ENERGY EFFICIENT COURTHOUSES
  14. 14. GBI criteria The Green Building Index (GBI) rating system assesses the impact of a new building on its environment based on a set of criteria. There are 6 assessment criteria: • Energy Efficiency • Indoor Environmental Quality • Sustainable Site Planning and Management • Materials and Resources • Water Efficiency • Innovation GBI certification scale GBI Try Again Certified Silver Gold Platinum Score 0 to 49 50 to 65 66 to 75 76 to 85 86 to 100________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  15. 15. For linked houses, apartments, condominiums, townhouses, semi- GBI Residential detached and bungalows. Emphasis on sustainable site planning & management, followed by energy efficiency, so as to encourage developers and home owners to consider the environmental quality of homes and their inhabitants through better site selection, provisions of public transport access, increased community services and connectivity, as well as improved infrastructure.Source: http://www.greenbuildingindex.org________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  16. 16. Comparison Res - NonRes Source: http://www.greenbuildingindex.org________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  17. 17. PTM GEO BUILDING GBI RATING CERTIFIED CERTIFICATE NO. GBI-NRNC-0001 CERTIFICATION DATE 24 July 2009 BUILDING CATEGORY Non-Residential New Construction (NRNC) SOURCE: http://www.greenbuildingindex.org/________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  18. 18. BANGUNAN SURUHANJAYA TENAGA GBI RATING PLATINUM CERTIFICATE NO. GBI-NRNC-0002 CERTIFICATION DATE 21 May 2011 BUILDING CATEGORY Non-Residential New Construction (NRNC) SOURCE: http://www.greenbuildingindex.org/________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  19. 19. 1 FIRST AVENUE GBI PROVISIONAL RATING GOLD CERTIFICATE NO. GBI-NRNC-0002(P) CERTIFICATION DATE 26 April 2010 BUILDING CATEGORY Non-Residential New Construction (NRNC) SOURCE: http://www.greenbuildingindex.org/________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  20. 20. MENARA WORLDWIDE GBI PROVISIONAL RATING CERTIFIED CERTIFICATE NO. GBI-NRNC-0003(P) CERTIFICATION DATE 26 April 2010 BUILDING CATEGORY Non-Residential New Construction (NRNC) SOURCE: http://www.greenbuildingindex.org/________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  21. 21. LEARNING FROM OTHERS Produce greener buildings Green existing buildings (Green Retrofit)
  22. 22. OUR MOVE FORWARD: learning from others - post occupancy studies on Energy Edge project, USA (initiated in 1985) - Post Occupancy Review of Buildings and their Engineering (PROBE) UK beyond PERFORMANCE PREDICTION________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  23. 23. LEARNING FROM EXPERIENCES OF OTHERS Simple measures________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  24. 24. simple practices Know where energy is being consumed. identify low- and no-cost green practices that have short payback periods, yet have a significant impact on the value of the building. pay close attention to past and future energy use, especially since utilities typically comprise the largest share of operating expenses and therefore have direct bearing on the value of the building. Submetering provides a first step toward paying attention to over-standard energy usage. This is particularly important for specialized tenants like first floor retail, data centers and call centers – those areas whose operations extend beyond specified building operating hours, and whose leases require them to pay their pro rata share of those additional utility costs. To track all this information, property managers use data loggers, sub-meters and monthly utility analysis tracking sheets. This, along with annual energy audits, ensures that they’re staying focused on energy and meeting their goals. uses plug load controls. These devices automatically turn off things like task lighting, printers and radios when workstations are unoccupied. Motion sensors that turn off lights in unoccupied areas also help to eliminate the waste of energy being used when no work is being done. Other less obvious practices can also have a significant effect on lowering energy usage. As an example, Fischer points to policy changes in janitorial service. At many properties, block cleaning has become a de facto green practice, saving energy by having teams clean sections of the building, rather than every individual floor all at once. The firm is also experimenting with day cleaning, moving custodial work to standard operating times of the building rather than at night, which allows electrical use – particularly lighting and air conditioning – to be sharply curtailed in the evening hours. https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=business.bus_energy_strategy_future#future________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  25. 25. Lighting energy conservation What measure/s to adopt? SYSTEM SOLUTION: Lighting retrofit means: photo sensors; more light switches; occupancy sensors BEHAVIOUR CHANGE: campaign to achieve deeper savings through engagement of employees use Energy Information System (EIS) to provide immediate feedback As suggested by Andrew Pape-Salmon and David Helliwell in Source: Enhancing Energy Conservation and Efficiency with Occupant Engagement________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  26. 26. Source: Enhancing Energy Conservation and Efficiency with Occupant Engagement by Andrew Pape-Salmon and David Helliwell________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  27. 27. Screen clipping taken: 7/25/2011 2:30 AM ________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  28. 28. LEARNING FROM EXPERIENCES OF OTHERS Energy Strategy and Management in Companies________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  29. 29. GREEN drivers FROM THE GROUND UP (Lorie Damon, BOMA International 2006) “Throughout the industry, property managers – not asset and portfolio managers or investors –most often drive the implementation of green initiatives. Individual managers, working in tandem with people like building engineers and local contractors, are best positioned to understand which initiatives will work at an individual asset. Moreover, they are discovering that a large investment of capital is often not a requirement to make a building more environmentally friendly”.________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  30. 30. Screen clipping taken: 7/25/2011 2:17 AM prioritise the measures ________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  31. 31. Energy Strategy and Management in Companies 5 robust steps (Energy Star, 2011) Master the fundamentals of energy efficiency. Build an energy efficiency culture through executive leadership:appointing an empowered corporate energy director and team, set aggressive goals, measure and track energy performance for all operations, and establish accountability and review and recognition systems across the business. Take both a longer and a broader view of investments and strategic decisions about energy. Make major company strategic decisions (e.g., acquisitions, technology choices, and facility location) with energy cost, use, and supply in mind. Balance more assured returns of energy project investments against lower initial returns across a longer time horizon. See the entire Energy Value Chain, including upstream inputs from suppliers (into internal operations) and downstream outputs to customers (from internal operations). Search out business transformation opportunities in the way the company manages, procures, and uses energy. Frame energy as a lever for positive growth and change within the business, not simply a cost. Make the most of the strategic value of energy by thinking in terms of “Embedded Energy” and “Energy Productivity.” Be innovative and aggressive in pursuing and publicizing new product and service offerings based on new energy technologies and supplies. Prepare contingent strategies for emergent future scenarios. Rehearse specific aspects of the future, including substantial and sustained swings in energy price and supply, severe weather events, and penalties or incentives around energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. Actively manage exposure to risks, and ready plans to take full advantage of what the future brings. Monitor for signs of which “road ahead” is emerging. Take personal action. Corporate leaders can take a number of “to-do” actions today for tomorrow. All can be taken individually, in companies, on corporate boards, and across industries.Source: https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=business.bus_energy_strategy_future#future________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  32. 32. LEARNING FROM EXPERIENCES OF OTHERS Tools and Resources Examples and types________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  33. 33. Screen clipping taken: 7/25/2011 12:43 AM Energy management guide (EPA) https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=guidelines.guidelines_index ________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  34. 34. Community engagement tools Tools to instigate successful behavior change Community Based Social Marketing (CBSM): –Communication –concrete, targeted, vivid, interactive –Prompts –Empowering champions –Convenience (remove barriers) Feedback and Energy Information Systems: –Real-time information –Combination of tables, text and charts –Monitoring of the specific end-uses (lighting on each floor) –Dashboard on the Intranet (no login required) –Comparison with control case (average annual demand) Source: Enhancing Energy Conservation and Efficiency with Occupant Engagement by Andrew Pape-Salmon and David Helliwell________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  35. 35. Suggestions on way forward? Identify and assign key drivers Build up knowledge, sensitivity and concerns, competencies Reassess current practices Check current performances, perform ECO exercise, identify measures, prioritise, set GOALS, Information and achievement tracking measures Perform POE TOGETHERNESS: Occupant Engagement, Form alliance, share resources, benchmark________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  36. 36. Seek and Use Guidelines/ Tools available online Advanced Energy Design Guide (AEDG, ASHRAE Design Guide) Energy Management Guide / programme Rating / benchmarking tools (for example Energy Star________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  37. 37. ________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  38. 38. Screen clipping taken: 7/25/2011 2:08 PM ________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  39. 39. GREEN thinking: plan for tomorrow, today PEOPLE ASPECTS Form alliances Foster Green behaviour TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION Creation of shared data base Benchmarking tools Tracking tools Occupant engagement mechanisms PROCESSES Adopt Energy Management Programme / Corporate Energy Management Monitoring to remain focus, regular energy audits, ECO, tracking procedure 39 Reassess current practices, current performance________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
  40. 40. RESOURCES: EPA, ENERGY STAR websites Business & Energy in the 21st Century…Navigating Energy Management: A Roadmap for Business by Charles J. Bennett, Ph.D. and Meredith Armstrong Whiting In Executive Action Series 2005 Enhancing Energy Conservation and Efficiency with Occupant Engagement by Andrew Pape-Salmon and David Helliwell THANKcontact: norhati@salam.uitm.edu.myFaculty of Architecture, Planning and SurveyingUniversiti Teknologi MARA________________________________________________Energy Management Awareness for Facility Managers| UiTM, Shah Alam| AP Ar Dr Norhati Ibrahim
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