Sustainability & Tech Roadmaps - Ontario Clean Technology Business to Business Seminar

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The vision of Masdar City (the world’s first zero-carbon city to be created before 2020) was shared by the Masdar City team at a September 16, 2009, business-to-business seminar held at MaRS.

The seminar attracted nearly 70 cleantech suppliers, green technology leaders, government policy makers and sector funders. This is an overview of the Masdar City Sustainability & Tech Roadmaps, presented at this seminar.

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Sustainability & Tech Roadmaps - Ontario Clean Technology Business to Business Seminar

  1. 1. MasdarSustainability & Technology Roadmaps<br />By: Dr. Nawal Al-Hosany<br />Associate Director – Sustainability <br />Mark Bone-Knell<br />Department Manager – Intellectual Property<br />
  2. 2. Outline<br />Introduction<br />Sustainability Definition<br />Sustainability Approach at MasdarCity<br />The Masdar Technology Roadmap<br />Potential Areas of cooperation<br />
  3. 3. What is Sustainability?<br />
  4. 4. What is Sustainability?<br />Reducing our impact on our planet and a better way to do business<br />Earth&apos;s resources MUST be used at a rate at which it can be replenished.<br />Protecting our environment (future generations)<br />Being as energy efficientas possible<br />Reducing and recycling waste<br />Minimising pollution<br />
  5. 5. What is Sustainability?<br />… a better way to do business <br /> … a value-added, problem-solving approach <br /> … the practice of delivering solutions that create a desirable future for people, business, environment <br /> … a healthy state of dynamic balance between human and natural systems<br />“In the 21st Century, global citizenship is not just a corporate responsibility, but also a prime business opportunity to grow our company in new ways.”— Debra Dunn, Senior VP, Hewlett-Packard<br />
  6. 6. Masdar City sustainability vision<br />A Sustainable City <br />providing the highest quality of life with the lowest environmental footprint<br />Carbon Neutral<br /> 100 % Renewable Energy<br /> Zero Waste<br /> Fossil Fuel Free Zone<br />
  7. 7. Masdar’s Strategic Objectives<br />Promote Triple Bottom Line (TBL) excellence and integration <br />Be a catalyst in TBL and cultural transformation of the region and beyond <br />Create innovations and practices that provide a “Masdar Product Line”<br />Assess new creative sustainable solutions and practices<br />Encourage sustainable practices, addressing challenges, and to further global knowledge<br />
  8. 8. Masdar’s Sustainable Solutions Defined<br />Sustainable solutions create tenant value and innovation from economically viable, environmentally sensitive, and socially responsible approaches:<br />Apply sustainability principles to planning, design, construction, and operations<br />Favor long-term, systems-oriented, high-value problem-solving<br />Reduce life cycle costs<br />Reduce energy, water, and material consumption<br />Reduce waste in all forms, including emissions and heat<br />Engage tenant employees and stakeholders positively <br />Protect natural resources for use by future generations<br />
  9. 9. MASDAR requires a spectrum of solutions<br />Selection of resources and technologies<br />Criteria for success<br />Technology Specifications<br />Land Use Plan<br />Phasing and financing<br />Detailed design and construction<br />Master Plan<br />Design Phase refinement<br />Regulatory Controls<br />Vendor proposals<br />Site conditions<br />Physically-based detailed modeling<br />Integrated Systems Model<br />KPIs<br />Sustainability Dashboard<br />
  10. 10. Sustainability Management System<br />Measure<br />Visualize<br />Manage<br />Operate<br />
  11. 11. Sustainability Performance Themes<br />
  12. 12. 100% Renewable Energy<br />
  13. 13. Carbon Neutral<br />
  14. 14. Balancing Passive and Active Strategies<br />
  15. 15. Zero Waste<br />
  16. 16. Water Conservation<br />
  17. 17. Mobility<br />No fossil fuel cars<br />Walking<br />Cycling<br />Segways<br />
  18. 18. Benefit of Being a Masdar “Strategic Enterprise”<br />Decline in Living Systems<br />Consequences for Business:<br />Governments, standards, regulations<br />Competition, prices, shortages, insurance<br />Customer pressure, boycotts, bad publicity<br />Employee recruiting, retention<br />Community expectations and relations<br />Defensive Enterprise<br />Masdar Strategic Enterprise <br />Time<br />Population and Demand<br />(Population x Affluence)<br />
  19. 19. Masdar’s Bundles of Services:Achieving a Truly Sustainable Future<br />Urban Sustainability<br />Industrial Sustainability<br />Governance<br />Sustainability<br />Federal Sustainability<br /><ul><li>Complete Water Cycle Mgt
  20. 20. Context-Sensitive & Cultural Solutions
  21. 21. Green Buildings
  22. 22. Community Engagement
  23. 23. Ecological Currency
  24. 24. Natural Water Treatment
  25. 25. GHG Mitigation
  26. 26. Renewable Energy
  27. 27. LEAN Manufacturing
  28. 28. Green Chemistry
  29. 29. By-Product Synergy
  30. 30. Industrial Ecology
  31. 31. Pollution Prevention
  32. 32. Corporate Social Responsibility
  33. 33. Social Impact Analysis
  34. 34. GHG Mitigation
  35. 35. Base development ratio
  36. 36. Total Land Solutions
  37. 37. Green Buildings
  38. 38. Green Deconstruction
  39. 39. Env’l Mgt Systems
  40. 40. Sustainability Master Planning
  41. 41. Renewable Energy
  42. 42. Energy Efficiency</li></ul>City provides systems-oriented, long-term solutions to complex problems - the hallmark of sustainable solutions for the future!<br />
  43. 43. The Masdar Technology Roadmap Process<br />By: Mark Bone-Knell<br />Department Manager – Masdar PDU<br />Intellectual Property<br />Knowledge Management<br />Technology Roadmap Delivery<br />
  44. 44. Roadmaps decision framework<br />Technology <br />Development and <br />Application <br />Socially Acceptable<br />Socially<br />Acceptable<br />Environmentally Effective<br />Innovation<br />and<br />Sustainability<br />Economic<br />and<br />Commercial<br />Economically<br />Viable<br /><ul><li>Align and meet Masdar Sustainable Policies and followed comprehensive selection process
  45. 45. Create enhanced business value to complement the business model & close gaps
  46. 46. Capture integration across Water, Waste Management, Energy, ICT, and Transportation
  47. 47. Driven from global market analysis, international partners, global leaders and innovative companies in the industry sectors
  48. 48. Provide solutions that incorporates the highest technological solution with operations flexibility and asset integration
  49. 49. Contain recent and pending technology breakthroughs, new combinations of existing innovations, and side benefits
  50. 50. To provide a platform for future technology commercial deployment</li></ul>Decision Framework<br />
  51. 51. Roadmaps decision framework<br />
  52. 52. Technology Gap Analysis<br />The Technology Roadmap process is tailored to identify the key gaps in the demands / expectations across all technology sectors:<br />Water<br />Waste<br />Energy / District Cooling<br />ICT<br />Transportation<br />
  53. 53. Technology Gap Analysis<br /><ul><li>Base Projects & Primary Projects
  54. 54. Dry MRF + In-Vessel Composting
  55. 55. Biomass burner – construction wood waste
  56. 56. Waste minimization and AWCS
  57. 57. Alternative water options-Dew/Fog collector
  58. 58. Reduce undercroft lighting and ventilation
  59. 59. Reduce non-resident building electrical load
  60. 60. Geothermal energy + pumping to demand
  61. 61. Reduce street lighting load
  62. 62. Add 1 MW PV ground mount to 10 MW farm
  63. 63. Eliminate blackwater treatment electrical load – use biogas from anaerobic digestion
  64. 64. Reduce water distribution energy load
  65. 65. Water supply from seawater or groundwater
  66. 66. RO desalination plant on-site
  67. 67. Flora/Fauna/Wildlife/People optimization
  68. 68. Increase electrical distribution efficiency
  69. 69. Reduce ICT and PRT demand</li></ul>28% Energy gap compare to 44% gap<br />for 10% better than AD reference results<br />11% Energy gap compare to 31% gap<br />for demand &lt; 40% AD reference w/Roadmaps<br />Use Seawater or Off-Site Ground Water for potable water w/Green Power at intake or well location<br />On-site Desalination, Brine Management & Reuse<br />All Energy Projects in top 31 ranked Roadmaps<br />
  70. 70. Fast Track Business Cases – 2009 Pilots / Studies <br /><ul><li>Smart Grid & Laboratory Studies & Pilots
  71. 71. Grey Water Pilot
  72. 72. Desal Demonstration
  73. 73. CPV Study
  74. 74. CSP Study
  75. 75. PV Studies & Pilots
  76. 76. Cleaning/Shading
  77. 77. PRT/DC
  78. 78. Vertical Farming Demonstration
  79. 79. Waste Management
  80. 80. In-Vessel Composting Pilot
  81. 81. Construction Waste to Energy
  82. 82. Vacuum Waste
  83. 83. Demand Cooling Reductions
  84. 84. Triple Effect Absorption Chiller Pilot
  85. 85. Solar/Thermal Test Farm
  86. 86. Liquid Desiccant Pilot
  87. 87. Smart Home Appliances
  88. 88. Geothermal Pilots
  89. 89. International Villas Competition
  90. 90. Low Carbon Concrete Competition
  91. 91. Enhanced Ground Improvements for Piling
  92. 92. SMS Tool
  93. 93. Masdar Premium Tool
  94. 94. EMS Energy Audit Tool
  95. 95. Solar Salt Water Pond Demonstration
  96. 96. Solar Magic Demonstration
  97. 97. A/C Energy Saving Demonstration
  98. 98. Energy Thermal Piles Demonstration
  99. 99. Demand Modeling & Optimisation Tool
  100. 100. Ultra Low Consumption Appliances & Sensors
  101. 101. Public Demand Reductions Awareness </li></li></ul><li>Proposed Business Cases – 2009+<br /><ul><li>Energy:
  102. 102. Carbon Sequestration Studies and Pilots
  103. 103. Energy and Thermal Storage
  104. 104. Energy System wide monitoring and optimizing
  105. 105. Shading Efficiency Reduction Prevention
  106. 106. Demand Reductions
  107. 107. Thermal and Electricity Passive Supplies
  108. 108. Cooling Systems (dry and hybrid)
  109. 109. PV & Panel Cleaners
  110. 110. CSP
  111. 111. Inverters Technology
  112. 112. Biofuels (Biogas and Biofuels)
  113. 113. Liquid and Dry Desicents
  114. 114. Algae Production and Fuel
  115. 115. DC Grid
  116. 116. Smart Grid and Buildings
  117. 117. Wind, NanoTechnologies
  118. 118. Biodiversity:
  119. 119. Food Studies, Codes, Pilots to reduce carbon footprint
  120. 120. Flora and fauna Studies, Codes, and Demonstrations
  121. 121. Wildlife Protection and Sustainable Mixtures
  122. 122. People Biodiversity Studies and Optimization
  123. 123. Farming and Plants Demonstrations
  124. 124. Allowable genetically modified plants study
  125. 125. Non-Profit Research Associations
  126. 126. Carbon Sequestration
  127. 127. Water Treatment Optimization
  128. 128. Desal
  129. 129. Brine Treatment and Reuse
  130. 130. Energy Optimization for Utilities
  131. 131. Waste to Energy
  132. 132. Climate Change Adaption and Management</li></li></ul><li>Proposed Business Cases – 2009+<br /><ul><li>Water:
  133. 133. Water Supply Treatment and pre-treatment of groundwater
  134. 134. Brine Management for hyper-saline groundwater
  135. 135. Distribution and Collection Systems Leak Detection/Prevention Strategies
  136. 136. Wastewater Treatment
  137. 137. Smart Irrigation Systems
  138. 138. Open Call for Water related Innovations from Global Market
  139. 139. Greywater Treatment
  140. 140. Storm water Treatment, Storage, and Management
  141. 141. Biosolids Management
  142. 142. Reuse
  143. 143. Vacuum Systems and Distribution
  144. 144. Transportation:
  145. 145. Car Parks
  146. 146. Goods and Services Coordination
  147. 147. Response Optimization
  148. 148. Communications
  149. 149. Coordination
  150. 150. Waste Management:
  151. 151. Waste Management and Handling Facilities
  152. 152. Waste to Energy
  153. 153. Biomass to Energy
  154. 154. In-Vessel Composting
  155. 155. Biomass Reducers
  156. 156. Waste Reuse/Recycle
  157. 157. Food Management and Recycle/Reuse
  158. 158. Biofuels – biogas and biodiesel
  159. 159. ICT:
  160. 160. Voice Communications
  161. 161. Centralized Database
  162. 162. Smart Buildings
  163. 163. Systems Integrations
  164. 164. Emergency and Fire Coordination
  165. 165. Security
  166. 166. Operations
  167. 167. Storage </li></li></ul><li>Technology Roadmap Delivery Plan<br />
  168. 168. ‘Give me a long-enough lever and a place to stand, and I will move the World’Archimedes, 250 B.C.<br />29<br />The potential for global impact <br />
  169. 169. Thank You<br />

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