AN INITIATIVE BY: GREEN FUTURE LEBANONRESPONSIBILITY, SUSTAINABILITY
•       Sustainability•       Rural Landscape•       Green Future•       Lebanon Water Resources Background Analysis    – ...
Meeting the needs of the present        withoutCompromising the ability of futuregenerations to meet their own needsMain c...
Fewer resources for future generations due to:Higher GHG emissions and     Shortage in food and watermore abrupt climate c...
   PROJECT DEVELOPMENT   SEED INVESTMENT   FINANCING     CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM      ▪ SOLAR WATER HEATING      ▪...
SOURCE:   THE GREEN PACT RESEARCH 2011          UNDP/ LCEC RESEARCH 2009          GREEN ARMS RESEARCH 2007
Precipitation:                                                       8,600Surface water evapotranspiration losses: -4,30...
Excessive high rate of underground water extraction surpassing natural recharge rateMore than 33,410 private individual ...
Total Households in Lebanon: 908,000Water consumed by households (Mm3): 495Waste water produced (Mm3):  500Domestic wa...
Water recycling is not very common in Lebanon due to the abundance of water in the earlier years and limited effect of dr...
SOURCE:   THE GREEN PACT RESEARCH 2011          UNDP/ LCEC RESEARCH 2009          GREEN ARMS RESEARCH 2007
Production Capacity:                                              1,875 MWActual production:                            ...
High technical losses exceeding norms (in the range of 15%) due to deteriorating and poorly maintained distribution netwo...
Total Households in Lebanon: 908,000Power consumed by households (MW):          900Consumed by rural households (MW):  ...
High insulation building envelopes are becoming common in Lebanon but less common in rural areasRural areas are most of ...
Mission: we will engineer financial models  through which we can harness green  technologies to make it widely affordable ...
     Adopt cutting edge clean technologies    exclusively     Support government initiatives as a means of    offsetting...
   Capitalize on the CDM benefits and subsidized green tech    interest (NEEREA) to reduce end user price and offer    gr...
 Provide access to            Reduce GHG emissions by  financing for more than       10,000 tons of CO2/ an  1,500 low c...
The NAGEB Project will save 15 Gwhr of      reduce EDL subsidy by $20 Millionpower generation per year                   y...
   House Structure (concrete or wood) including roof structure   External wood panel house skin with double glazed PVC  ...
   Beneficiary has to own a land of no less than 1,000 m2 with a proper    building permit from local municipality   The...
 Each municipality will be offered to participate in the  project upon signing an MOU through which it will act  as a med...
 Needed interest subsidy for $150 Million of  financing (an average of $100,000/ HH) Subsidy to be sourced through the P...
JOIN THE PACT !!!
The National CDM Project For Green Housing
The National CDM Project For Green Housing
The National CDM Project For Green Housing
The National CDM Project For Green Housing
The National CDM Project For Green Housing
The National CDM Project For Green Housing
The National CDM Project For Green Housing
The National CDM Project For Green Housing
The National CDM Project For Green Housing
The National CDM Project For Green Housing
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  • 09/07/12 10:53 © 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
  • 09/07/12 10:53 © 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
  • 09/07/12 10:53 © 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
  • 09/07/12 10:53 © 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
  • 09/07/12 10:54 © 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
  • The National CDM Project For Green Housing

    1. 1. AN INITIATIVE BY: GREEN FUTURE LEBANONRESPONSIBILITY, SUSTAINABILITY
    2. 2. • Sustainability• Rural Landscape• Green Future• Lebanon Water Resources Background Analysis – Water Balance – Domestic Water use• Lebanon Energy Resources Background Analysis – Power Production – Domestic Energy use• The National CDM Project for Green Building (NAGEB) • Mission, Vision & Value Statements • Stakeholders • Project description • Economic & Environmental Impact • Typical house financials & characteristics
    3. 3. Meeting the needs of the present withoutCompromising the ability of futuregenerations to meet their own needsMain challenging factors: Income Growth : increasing consumption Population Growth : fewer resources per head Source: Our Common Future; Gro Harlem Brundtland
    4. 4. Fewer resources for future generations due to:Higher GHG emissions and Shortage in food and watermore abrupt climate change with widespread famine andwith recurring natural plagues while population isdisasters still on the rise Photo by: Kevin Carter
    5. 5.  PROJECT DEVELOPMENT SEED INVESTMENT FINANCING  CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM ▪ SOLAR WATER HEATING ▪ GREEN SOCIAL HOUSING  GREEN BUILDING & MASTER DEVELOPMENT ▪ SOLARIS (I) TOWER ▪ MECHREF ECOVILLAGE ▪ DEIR ELQAMAR ECOVILLAGE  WASTE TO ENERGY ▪ NATIONAL WASTE STRATEGY PAPER (TO BE PUBLSIHED JUL 2012) ▪ SELAATA MSW GASIFICATION PLANT  AGRICULTURE ▪ ECO-INDUSTRIES (hydroponic agriculture)
    6. 6. SOURCE: THE GREEN PACT RESEARCH 2011 UNDP/ LCEC RESEARCH 2009 GREEN ARMS RESEARCH 2007
    7. 7. Precipitation: 8,600Surface water evapotranspiration losses: -4,300Surface water flows to neighboring countries: -670 Flow to Syria: -510 Flow to Israel: -160Groundwater flow: -1,030 Unexploitable groundwater or losses to sea: -880 Losses to neighboring counties: -150Net potential surface and groundwater available: 2,600Net exploitable surface and groundwater: 2,000Source: El Fadel, Bou Zaid; 10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9496(2002)128:5(343)
    8. 8. Excessive high rate of underground water extraction surpassing natural recharge rateMore than 33,410 private individual wells exploit 250 Million m3Local water establishment exploits around 1,000 Million m3 with a poorly maintained distribution networkEvery 7 to 10 years Lebanon experiences a drought which can last three years or moreMost of the rivers and surface water channels are highly pollutedMost studies agree that the demand will exceed 2,300 Million m3 by 2015
    9. 9. Total Households in Lebanon: 908,000Water consumed by households (Mm3): 495Waste water produced (Mm3): 500Domestic water use in rural areas: Shower and Bath: 30% Toilet flushing: 20% Laundry: 20%
    10. 10. Water recycling is not very common in Lebanon due to the abundance of water in the earlier years and limited effect of draughtMost villages are not connected to the sewage network but instead individual houses have sewage pits with unfinished walls to allow the liquid component infiltration into the soil and thus reduce the need of frequent sewage removalPotable water is usually provided from source either as bottled or through private networks within villages but with high shortages during summer and autumn
    11. 11. SOURCE: THE GREEN PACT RESEARCH 2011 UNDP/ LCEC RESEARCH 2009 GREEN ARMS RESEARCH 2007
    12. 12. Production Capacity: 1,875 MWActual production: 1,500 MWAverage demand: -2,200 MWPeak demand: -2,450 MWLosses: -525 MW Technical Losses: -225 MW Non-Technical Losses: -300 MWNet current power deficit: -950 MWDemand Side required saving: 450 MWNeeded Increase in Production: 500 MW (this year)Source: Policy Paper for the Electricity sector; June 2010)
    13. 13. High technical losses exceeding norms (in the range of 15%) due to deteriorating and poorly maintained distribution networkNon-technical losses due to power theft and un-paid bills by private sector, public sector, Palestinian camps and politically protected institutionsDeteriorating power plants with production way below their peak capacity due to lack of maintenancePoorly structured tariff does not incite people into taking energy efficiency measuresMost studies agree that the demand will exceed 3,000 MW by 2015
    14. 14. Total Households in Lebanon: 908,000Power consumed by households (MW): 900Consumed by rural households (MW): 600Power usage in a typical rural household: Water Heating: 30% Cooling/ refrigeration: 30% Lighting: 15% Electronics: 5% Other Appliances: 20%
    15. 15. High insulation building envelopes are becoming common in Lebanon but less common in rural areasRural areas are most of those hit by power outages especially in critical times (summer and winter)They are least privileged with alternative sources of power like district generators,…Most rural residences have private generators which they would use in case of emergencies or dire need
    16. 16. Mission: we will engineer financial models through which we can harness green technologies to make it widely affordable to every household Vision: to act as a catalyst for the exponential growth in the rate of adoption of green technology in Lebanon
    17. 17.  Adopt cutting edge clean technologies exclusively Support government initiatives as a means of offsetting high technology costs Be a reliable developer, service provider and advisor Create long term alliances with stakeholders which outlive project lifetimes Create enterprise value by properly hedging risks and maintaining growth
    18. 18.  Capitalize on the CDM benefits and subsidized green tech interest (NEEREA) to reduce end user price and offer green social housing at an affordable price (i.e. the monthly installment is equivalent to the household rent cost) Positioning: premium quality systems at a Zero Net Cost Consumer Promise:  Financing model such that monthly installment equivalent to rent and energy cost  Premium quality product with 25 years warranty endorsed by LCEC (a UNDP entity)  Advanced technology and High performance guaranteed by regular maintenance and monitoring
    19. 19.  Provide access to  Reduce GHG emissions by financing for more than 10,000 tons of CO2/ an 1,500 low carbon house  Reduce water projects consumption by 0.35 Mm3 Assist in the procurement  Eliminate underground of relevant technologies water pollution for these Provide technical new constructions by assistance and providing tight septic supervision tanks  Reduce waste water by 0.2 Mm3
    20. 20. The NAGEB Project will save 15 Gwhr of reduce EDL subsidy by $20 Millionpower generation per year yearlyNAGEB Project will save 1,300 hectares Reduce urbanization and improperof cultivated land and preserve the rural exploitation of land to other economiclandscape activities besides farmingNAGEB will offset 120,000 tons of CO2 equivalent to removing 5,000emissions/ yr circulating cars out of serviceGreen Future will provide Green Social through BDL subsidized interestHouses at a Zero Net Cost to end users financing and CER claim under a CDM model
    21. 21.  House Structure (concrete or wood) including roof structure External wood panel house skin with double glazed PVC windows Vapor and thermal insulation and Interior/ exterior finishing LED Lighting with critical power network connected to deep cycle battery power back-up Regular power network with A-rated basic appliances (Refrigerator, washing machine, stove and oven, microwave) Central heating system with panel radiators, gas boiler, Solar water heating system and storage tank Solar PV panels contributing 50 to 80% of power back-up batteries along with energy management system Septic tank with waste water treatment system
    22. 22.  Beneficiary has to own a land of no less than 1,000 m2 with a proper building permit from local municipality The house footprint should not exceed 150 m2 Household income should not be less than $1,800/ month The beneficiary should contract the building of the project as per the specifications set by NAGEB and through the approved list of contractors including the following:  Land surrounding the project should be leveled and readied for cultivation with drip irrigation system  The house will be built with at least 65% wood from sustainable forests  South oriented windows for passive heating with roof overhang  Insulated double walls and PVC window frames with double glazing  Roof-top fitted with solar energy systems (PV & water heating)  Waste water treatment system  Rain water harvesting system with storage tank  Energy efficient lighting  Water efficient taps and showers
    23. 23.  Each municipality will be offered to participate in the project upon signing an MOU through which it will act as a mediator between the households and The Green Pact For each participating municipality an administrator from within the community will be hired to administer local housing constructions Technicians from within the community will be hired to do the installation, maintenance and repair of systems. They will be trained free of charge by The Green Pact Engineers will be hired under the UNDP supervision to conduct quality control, testing and commissioning
    24. 24.  Needed interest subsidy for $150 Million of financing (an average of $100,000/ HH) Subsidy to be sourced through the Public Institute of Housing and the NEEREA loan mechanism Directly saving $20 million of EDL power subsidy Indirectly saving $10 million in environmental degradation
    25. 25. JOIN THE PACT !!!

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