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