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Residential sector and italian national policies 2020


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Il settore residenziale in Italia e le policy: l’esperienza REbuilding network al Thermoss di Bruxelles del 27 Febbraio 2020. La crescita nei prossimi anni sarà ancora legata alle riqualificazioni, con una sempre più crescente sensibilità all’efficienza energetica, al comfort e alla sostenibilità, spinta da market driver come le agevolazioni fiscali e le norme sull’efficienza energetica.
L’aspettativa è che il nuovo Smart Readiness Indicator, sollecitato dall’EPBD 2018 e in elaborazione anche in Italia, darà un ulteriore contributo agli Smart Building e alla riqualificazione in chiave sostenibile.
Da questa consapevolezza prende forza il modello di REbuilding network che ha l’intento di rispondere in modo integrato alle esigenze del mercato, per dare più valore agli edifici.

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Residential sector and italian national policies 2020

  1. 1. Residential segment and Italian national policies REbuilding network experience & expertise Confidential Property of REbuilding network Matteo Verdoni, Commercial Alliances Manager, Schneider Electric Italy & REbuilding network Vice-President Brussels, February 27th, 2020
  2. 2. 3.600 2.520 1.800 1.320 1.200 1.080 528 Residential Healthcare Retail & Banks Schools Offices Hotels Restaurants GDO # buildings in Italy per typology (x 1.000) +12 M +31 M # residential buildings per age of construction ( x 1.000) • Italy’s population today: +60 M • 75% of families lives in their own house > “owning for dwelling” is largely the most common ownership model for Residential • For Italian people, house is the main investment lifelong • Residential is by far the larger segment of buildings and is worth ~5 Bn € totally (families + other owners) Page 2Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Residential segment: consistency & ownership model 1.800 1.300 1.700 2.100 2.200 1.400 850 750 Bef. 1918 1919-1945 1946-1960 1961-1970 1971-1980 1981-1990 1991-2000 After 2001 “economical boom”
  3. 3. Policies regarding design and construction of new buildings and for renovations/retrofitting: • Energy: law about minimal criteria for energy efficiency (162/2015) which receive the NZEB EU Directive (2012/27/UE) • Definition of yearly Energetic Performace Index (EPI) and its limit values • for 6 climatic zones of Italy, for winterly heating, for external surfaces, for thermal transmittance of the structures • Electrical plants CEI 64-8 norm defines 3 levels of security and efficiency: 1. minimal level of security 2. lev. 1 + loads control and selectivity 3. lev. 2 + surveillance, heating management, blinds automation, smoke detection via BACS • Automation: UNI EN 15232 norm about the Impact of Building Automation Controls Systems on the energetic performance of buildings • introduces a classification in 5 classes of the technical plants on the basis of the BACS • Smart Readiness Indicator: a new norm under definition in Italy which receive the new EPBD (UE Directive 844/2018) National bodies engaged in EE Page 3Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Residential market & policies: not only market drivers The policies about energy efficiency and automation stimulated the renovation market, determined new standards for green field buildings and developed energy management Electrotechnical Italian Committee Thermotechnical Italian Committee Italian Agency for Alternative Energy
  4. 4. Residential segment: trades and mortgages, in nb • Italy’s GDP: ~1800 Bn € with a limited growth Y/Y-1 • Constructions contributes with only 100 Bn € to GDP yearly • Houses stock value struggles to get a growth • Trades & mortgages: in growth after years of drop • New residential buildings: a big drop; growth only in big cities, like Milan • Retrofitting activities are in growth but not enough to recover the pre- crisis values: • 27,1 M interventions in 2007-2016 for 115,9 Bn € (4,3 k€ average) • 1,5 M interventions only in 2016 • 195 k interventions in 2013-2016 for 872 M€ (4,4 k€ average) only for antiseismic retrofitting Page 4Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Residential sector: market trends A market which still suffers, due to the subprime crisis Comfort and energy efficiency are the main area of interventions for private owners Investments values, all segments, in k€ world financial crisis Source: CRESME researchSource: CRESME research
  5. 5. Page 5Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Residential buildings: tax credit packages, the biggest market drivers Renovations: 35%-50% EcoBonus: 55%-65% % ranges = value of tax withdrawal Antiseismic: 65% EcoBonus: 50%-65% Antiseismic: 75%-85% EcoBonus: 50%-65% Antiseismic: 75%-85% + Credit Assignment combined M€M€ Tax refunds: 4%- 8% Source: CRESME research
  6. 6. Schneider’s influence zone Page 6Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | How much is visible and valuable a technology provider like Schneider Electric by the End Users? How to make more impact? How can a technology provider bring value along the customers’ chain Schneider Electric business model is similar to other technology providers’ one End Users in final Segments Schneider Electric Electrical Contractors General Contractors Mechanical Contract. System Integrators Architects prescription Specifiers prescription specification specification sellingselling sellingselling selling selling specification Residential Real Estate Hotel Offices Retail Healthcare Industrial Facilities MIN MAX
  7. 7. Seven companies, each leader within its own sector, united to offer the first and more complete answers to the needs of the market of retrofitting and renovation of buildings 1. Incrementing the addressable market via an alliance
  8. 8. = Page 8Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | The value of the building gets lost inside the traditional process Where’s the value of the building along the whole process? + Functional and market responsibilities = functional gaps architectural structural mechanical electrical Point of disconnection = When technologies impact on different design flows Design Specification Tendering Planning (Re)-building Commissioning Process of construction = Discontinuities in the management Operational breaks poor coordination, poor communication Break points Between technology provider and End- User End-Users - Consultants - Architects Integrators - Contractors Technology Provider REbuilding network: the value of an integrated approach • Helping the investor to go beyond the barriers of the model • Continuity of support during the process • Starting from pre-design and pointing at commissioning and life-cycle management • A new challenge for designers, end- users, consultants “Making more value for buildings” 2. Contributing to generate value by solving an issue
  9. 9. 1.Pre-design phase: consulting − Field analysis of structure and plants − Energy Audit − Definition of goal-scenarios with financial plans 3.Construction phase: contracting – Site management – Construction – Eventual EPC contracting 2.Design phase: engineering – Development of the chose scenario in terms of technologies – Energetic modelling – Development of technological integration 4.Management phase: commissioning – Check-up and start-up – Training for facility and energy management – Eventual sustainability certification (LEED, BREEAM, WELL, UNI EN 15232…) REbuilding network methodology for a result-driven retrofitting of buildings Policies compliance Policies compliance Policies compliance Policies compliance
  10. 10. Seven companies, each leader within its own sector, united to offer the first and more complete answers to the needs of the market of retrofitting and renovation of buildings The network of professionals experts in integrated rebuilding along REbuilding network methodology 3. Developing a value-chain of partners
  11. 11. Approach through the RE-Xpert value chain (Architect > investor) – Green field Direct approach to owner (REbuilding network > Real Estate fund) – Brown field Page 11Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | REbuilding network approach: a couple of case studies Fiscal credit Policy Residential multi-tenant building in Rome • Renovation of facades and thermal insulation coating, integrated with new insulating windows • Retrofitting of thermal plant with new plumbing, installed passing through externals • Retrofitting of lighting plant in common area • Control of single radiators with thermostatic valves integrated in a management system Residential multi-ownership building in Alassio • Acoustic and thermal insulation integrated with high-performance insulating windows and stand-alone mechanical ventilation • Photovoltaic generation with domestic hot water heat recovery system • Cogeneration system with central heating pump • Smart electrical panels with energy monitoring to assure the NZEB certification P F F PF P P P PF
  12. 12. Appendix Page 12Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  13. 13. Offices 11% Banks 1% Schools 15% Shops 20% Restaurants 9% Hotels 10% Healthcare 30% Hypermarkets 1% Supermarkets 2% Megastores 1% Shopping Villages 1% Minimarkets 0% Altra 4% Nb of non residential buildings - typology Page 13Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Non- Residential Buildings Segments: market vision GOD 4% +12M
  14. 14. 50% of tax credit • Insulated windows retrofitting • Solar shields / curtains / blinds • Biomass boilers • A-class condensing boiler without thermal control • Photovoltaic panels 65% of tax credit • Thermal insulation of opaque shell (coating) • HVAC heating pumps • Building automation systems • Thermal solar plant • Hot water heating pump • A-class condensing boiler with thermal control • Micro-cogenerators Page 14Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | EcoBonus for private owner and contractors Accessible both for private owners (Residential segment) and for building companies (Tertiary) EcoBonus provides more tax credit for investments in Smart Building applications
  15. 15. Page 15Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |