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2015 Integration Award, Nanyang Technological University

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2015 Integration Award, Nanyang Technological University

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2015 Integration Award, Nanyang Technological University

  1. 1. http://ecocampus.ntu.edu.sg EcoCampus @ NTU An integrated approach to urban sustainability in the tropics
  2. 2. * Launched In Collaboration with: Launch Industry Partners: EcoCampus Launch: April 2014 Launched on 30th April 2014 by Minister S. Iswaran EcoCampus featured in Singapore’s Sustainability Blueprint 2015, which outlines the nation’s visions and plans on sustainable development. (Link: SSB2015) “As a high-impact integrated Living Lab, the EcoCampus will create exciting green-collar jobs, raise our international standing, and inspire Singaporeans to adopt sustainable practices - Minister S. Iswaran
  3. 3. * 35% Reduction in energy, water and waste intensity Education & Research Living Laboratory Industry Collaboration EcoCampus: An Integrated Framework To demonstrate impactful results on energy efficiency and sustainability
  4. 4. * RD&D Demonstration Projects New Construction Best Solutions from Phase-1 applied in Phase-2 10% 20% 35% Energy,waterandwastereduction Best practice guidelines Phase 1: Apr. 2014 - 2016 Phase 2: 2016 ~ 2020 Development Phase: Sept. 2011 ~ Sept. 2013 Testbedding Baselining & Planning Implementation Verification & Documentation Awareness & Planning Existing Building Maintenance Commission Systems & performance review Energy Savings in select buildings E-10 Initiative at NTU Campus Awareness for Energy Efficiency Awareness Capital Expenditure Driven EcoCampus: Implementation plan
  5. 5. * EcoCampus: A living laboratory Total area Built-up Space Population (Students & staff) Buildings on Campus Students in Residence 250 hectares 10 million sq.ft 40,000 > 100 10,000 A super test-bed for innovative technologies in tropical megacities
  6. 6. * EcoCampus: A living laboratory Video of Virtual Campus
  7. 7. * EcoCampus: A living laboratory New Residential Halls Opening: Sept 2014 New technologies implemented: Passive ventilation | 300 solar panels | Dual refuse chutes | Composting| Double-glazed windows
  8. 8. * EcoCampus: A living laboratory New technologies implemented: Passive displacement ventilation | Vertical and rooftop greenery | Energy efficient lighting | Highly efficient chilled water system | Hydrophylic polymer for moisture distribution Passive displacement ventilation principle The Learning Hub Opening: August 2015
  9. 9. * EcoCampus: A living laboratory The largest installation of PV at one location in Singapore 5MWp in total to meet 5% of annual energy use
  10. 10. * EcoCampus: A living laboratory Test-bedding innovative cooling methods for the tropics Chilled ceilings for offices Liquid immersion cooling for datacenters Chilled ceiling installed at the 425 m2 office of the Energy Research Institute at NTU is the first large-scale installation of chilled ceilings in Singapore and has been in operation since 2012. A liquid immersion cooling test-bed for data centers is currently being designed to cool 20kW of IT at the high performance computing centre at NTU. Project has started and the setup will be completed by Oct 2015. Collaborator: Collaborator:
  11. 11. * EcoCampus: Industry Collaboration* Joule Air Delta * Including ongoing and under discussion
  12. 12. * EcoCampus: Industry Collaboration* Sustainability Impact Achieve energy efficiency (EE) and energy conversation (EC) of up to 30% by novel Smart Energy Management System (SEMS) Innovative Element Highly efficient SEMS, Seamless integration of AC/DC building grid Demonstration Site: CTO • Office Spaces • Lab spaces • Common areas Collaborator: Project: Smart AC and DC Management Systems for Green Buildings
  13. 13. * EcoCampus: Industry Collaboration* Image source: Siemens Collaborator: Project: Crowdsourcing, behavioral change, gamification for energy efficiency Sustainability Impact Energy savings through changing and improving user behaviour and coordination Innovative Element Application of a complete technical and sociological approach in order through gamification Demonstration Site: NTU campus wide – all academic facilities, administrative buildings, and residence halls
  14. 14. * EcoCampus: Industry Collaboration* Sustainability Impact Improve chiller plant operational efficiency, which is important because chiller plants typically consume 50 – 60% of building’s total electricity Innovative Element Uses automatic control via intelligent algorithms based on real-time operational data. Proven in temperate climates, needs adaptation for tropical climates. Demonstration Site: N3.1 Chiller Plant at NTU Campus Image source: Siemens Collaborator: Project: Intelligent, Demand-based, Algorithmic Chiller Optimization for Buildings in Tropical Regions
  15. 15. * EcoCampus: Education and Research Mandatory Sustainability Course for all Undergraduates Minor in Environmental and Urban Studies PHD/Masters Research project opportunities defined Student participation in testbedding of innovative technologies in campus buildings Minor in Sustainability Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Environmental Earth Systems Science Internship opportunities An immersive learning environment for future leaders IP generation, start- ups and spin-offs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  16. 16. * EcoCampus: Beyond the framework Key drivers of sustainability on campus Students (UG & PG) Strategy Roadmap Internship Undergraduate research Case challenge and Competition Community Projects Multi- disciplinary Research Collaboration Students’ activities Student engagement and Outreach Sustainability Officers Network
  17. 17. * EcoCampus: Beyond the framework  Earthlink NTU  Greenfest  Powerz App  ASEAN Relief Energy and Sustainability (AREAS) Case Challenge  River Valley High School visit  HK Baptist University: Low-carbon Ambassadors Program visit  Workshop on Unity Scientific Innovation Challenge (USIC) 2015 External Community EngagementInternal Engagement Student Engagement and outreach activities
  18. 18. * Mr. FOO Mong Keow, Thomas Laboratory Manager SEEE Mr. TAN Yong Kwang Assistant Laboratory Manager MSE Ms. Ritav Koh Chwee Fang Assistant Manager (Engineering and Facilities) SMAE Mr. Bharat Singh Higher Operations Executive SADM Mr. CHEW Zhiyang, Wilson Assistant Manager SHSS Mr. TEO Hee Kwang, Vincent Assistant Director WKWSCI Mr. NG Jin Guan, Kevin Senior Laboratory Officer SPMS Mr. LOO Kian Hock , Thomas Assistant Manager SCE Mr. KOH Sun Weng, Andy Higher Laboratory Executive SCEE Mr. ANG Wei Kian, Andy Senior Assistant Manager SBS Discussion/sharing platform: representatives from various schools across NTU EcoCampus: Beyond the framework Sustainability Officers network - formerly Energy Officer (School Reps)
  19. 19. * Student and Staff Engagement • NTU Management • Sustainability Officers (School Rep) • SU and Earthlink (Student Rep) Materiality Assessment • Stakeholder engagement • Identify area of interest • Identifying issues that matter most • Develop opportunities and prioritization Moving forward • Developing longer term strategy EcoCampus: Beyond the framework NTU Sustainability Strategy Workshop
  20. 20. * Campus Cyclablity Study Student Sustainability Fund Sustainability Community Project Student competition / projects EcoCampus: Beyond the framework Project in the pipeline
  21. 21. * Back-up Slides
  22. 22. * kWh/m2/year Energy Consumption Intensity: NTU Campus EcoCampus: Results achieved thus far
  23. 23. * Energy Consumption Intensity (student hostels) kWh/room/year Singapore Public housing (1/2 rooms) annual consumption in 2013 EcoCampus: Results achieved thus far
  24. 24. * Energy Consumption Intensity (staff residences) Singapore Public housing average annual consumption in 2013 EcoCampus: Results achieved thus far
  25. 25. * Water Consumption Intensity: NTU Campus EcoCampus: Results achieved thus far
  26. 26. * Water Consumption Intensity: NTU Campus Cbm per m2 EcoCampus: Results achieved thus far
  27. 27. * - 10.00 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 70.00 80.00 90.00 100.00 2011 2012 2013 2014 Annualaveragewasteproducedand/orrecycled (KGS/Capita/Year) Waste Produce, Recycled and Disposed per Person (KGs/Capita/Year) *The reduction in the amount of recycled product might be due to increase in personal recycling activity at the collection point by the staffs. NEA has established list of companies who wants selected waste to be recycled. More information can be found here: http://www.nea.gov.sg/energy-waste/recycling/collectors-traders-for-recyclables *Average waste produce in Singapore in 2012 is 1.3 Tons/person/Year. Source: http://www.zerowastesg.com/2013/04/01/singapore-waste-statistics-2012/ 14% EcoCampus: Results achieved thus far
  28. 28. * Eco Campus Organisation structure Steering Committee Program Director Research Support and Project Coordination Implementation support Sustainable Earth Office @ NTU ERI@N Other RIs NTU Schools NTU ODFM CleanTech Park FM NTU Management Team Public Agencies (EDB, BCA, JTC, NEA, EMA) NIE FM Technical Committee
  29. 29. * EcoCampus: Roles and Responsibilities Roles & Responsibilities Person in-charge Program Director  Overall management accountability  Develop strategy and structure for successful implementation  Project management lead and interface with external stakeholders  Accountability for program objectives and success metrics Nilesh Y. Jadhav (Program Director at ERI@N and Sustainable Earth Office) Program Coordinator  Assist in Program management and communications  Update and upkeep the governance structure of the initiative Ryan Jin (communications, student and staff engagement, international links) Patricia Alvina (Baselining and Facilities coordination) Naw Sandar Win (Project Accounting coordination)
  30. 30. * EcoCampus: Core Research Drivers for Energy Research Key Research Topics Research Focus Areas 1 Green building systems for the tropics • Tropical façade and lighting • Energy efficient IAQ provision (cooling, ventilation & dehumidification systems) • Innovative Data centre cooling 2 Sustainable Urban mobility • Electric Vehicles and charging systems • Efficient Public mover/shuttle vehicles • Smart Personal Mobility concepts 3 Renewable energy integration/Smart Grids • Smart microgrid management with AC/DC architecture • Efficient and low-cost Energy Storage systems • Demand Response Management 4 Energy Information Analytics • Wireless Sensors and communications • Smart Metering & Monitoring systems • Big Data analytics 5 User Behaviour for Energy Conservation • Gamification and Sociological concepts for user engagement • Behavioral economics for energy savings

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