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Apresentação Green Campus - Conferência PCEEE 2012


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O Green Campus esteve presente na Conferência PCEEE 2012 na Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade de Coimbra.

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Apresentação Green Campus - Conferência PCEEE 2012

  1. 1. Green Campus ChallengeAn Inclusive Approach Towards Fostering EnergyEfficiency in University campuses Ana Cravo, IN+ Carlos Silva, MIT Portugal André Pina, IN+/MIT Portugal João Fumega, IN+/MIT Portugal Miguel Carvalho, IN+/MIT Portugal Paulo Ferrão, IN+/MIT Portugal
  2. 2. Green Campus Challenge – context The EU’s 2020 goals established a 20% improvement on energy efficiency; The European Commission acknowledges that one of the greatest energy saving potentials lies in buildings where it is possible to achieve reductions up to 50% (EU, 2011); Public administrations in EU Member States can save between 20% to 30% of their energy use (heat and electricity) by 2020 (ADENE, 2008); The Portuguese Action Plan for the Energy Efficiency also states the importance of the public building sector to increase the energy efficiency investments, contributing to the target of a 10% energy reduction (PNAEE, 2008 ). Universities, as places of innovation and creativity have therefore a special role, along with technical schools and industry, in the task of creating “green practitioners”.
  3. 3. Green Campus Challenge The Green Campus Challenge (GCC) - Energy Efficiency in Higher Education aims to promote energy efficiency in university campuses; The Green Campus Challenge was launched in March 2011. It is funded by ERSE trough PPEEC and it is a collaboration of IST/MIT Portugal, INTELI and SelfEnergy; The GCC initiative targeted the overall Portuguese higher education network, consisting of 316 institutions and which in 2010/2011 accounted for approximately 391.000 students and 25.000 faculty staff (DGES-MCTES, 2012); The main goal is to develop multidisciplinary teams to conduct an energy audit to a specific building of a university campus and to prepare an energy efficiency report for that building.
  4. 4. Green Campus Challenge The teams were asked to be formed by 50% of students, particularly by people from different areas of study and institutions; faculty members and technical staff could also compose the team. The best 3 projects receive monetary prizes, as well as the best technical and behavioural measures; Industry is present in the organization of the challenge and in the composition of the jury:
  5. 5. Green Campus Challenge – Strategy Institutions Engagement ChallengeGather the support of Higher Preparation of a energy Education institutions with efficiency plan for athe commitment of both the building on a selected Faculty and Technical staff Campus Best Practices Book Participating teams will Teams contribute towards the Composition preparation of an Energy Must include at Monetary prizes for Efficiency Best Practice least a professor the winning teams report or a technical staff in the team; 50% Implementation of of the team the best selected Jury members should measures through The jury is constituted by be students Industry partnerships 14 experts from academia and industry, from Technical Visits & sciences to humanistic Energy Measures areas Technical visits were held to the buildings and later Technical Webinars energy measurement 1h duration plus devices were installed in Q&A; Are available the buildings to analyse online the energy consumptions
  6. 6. Green Campus Challenge - Webinars A series of technical webinars on energy efficiency topics were broadcasted live:  Webinar 1: Efficient Energy Production Systems – Maria João Rodrigues (APISOLAR)  Webinar 2: Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems – Carlos Soares (Enerone)  Webinar 3: Consumptions management – Miguel Águas (Lisboa e-nova)  Webinar 4: Buildings surroundings – Laura Aelenei (LNEG)  Webinar 5: Energy Audits – Hugo Fonte (Selfenergy)  Webinar 6: Factors & Economic valuation of measures – Carlos Silva (IST) The teams could interact with questions on Facebook; Videos are available on Youtube: youtubecom/user/greencampuspt.
  7. 7. Green Campus Challenge - Events Launching Event Informative sessions Technical visits Webinars
  8. 8. Key achievements from the Green Campus Challenge49 institutions of higher education from all around the country participated in the challenge;81 teams (more than 300 persons involved) from 29 institutions are registered to analyse 34buildings; Geographic distribution of the Faculty Teams constitution teams 11% Staff South Islands 2% Region 3% North Region 20% 19% Central Region Lisbon 13% Metropolitan Students Area 87% 45% Area of study of the students Humanities 4% Socio- Economical Sciences 3% Science and Technology 93%
  9. 9. Key achievements from the Green Campus Challenge The teams The buildings
  10. 10. Key achievements from the Green Campus Challenge29 projects were submitted by the teams that referred to 22 buildings of 19 institutions. Geographical distribution of the projects received for the GCC Viana do Castelo Leiria Santarém Faro 3% 3% 10% Portalegre 4% Évora 7% 7% Bragança 7% Porto 14% Lisboa 31% Coimbra 14%12 projects were considered the Finalists of the challenge. 6 Team members 5 4 3 Staff 2 Professors 1 Students 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Team Team composition of the finalists
  11. 11. Key achievements from the Green Campus ChallengeThe 12 finalists projects showed very good results:Implementation total cost: 2.881.049 €Electricty saving/year: 1.990.229 kWhFinantial saving/year: 413.569,62 €CO2 emissions saving/year: 921,655 tCO2Payback period (investment of 5 years): 8,05 years 4.5 14 Cost of avoided CO2 (€/kg CO2) Cost of electricity saved (€/kWh) 4 12 3.5 10 3 Cost of electricity 2.5 8 savings 2 6 1.5 4 Cost of avoided CO2 1 0.5 2 0 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Team
  12. 12. Conclusions and further work from the Green Campus Challenge  There is a real interest both from industry and academia to look at the energy efficiency in public buildings;  This initiative contributed to the debate around the need of creating a coherent and sustainable business model to support the energy efficiency benefits in the higher education;  Another aspect that may further boost the overall interest in energy efficiency in campus is the creation of an EU wide approach to the energy efficiency in the higher education sector, and efforts are being made to create a EU Green Campus Project.
  13. 13. Conclusions and further work from the Green Campus Challenge  For more information please visit our website:  And our Facebook, Youtube and Slideshare pages: Thank you!