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Guillaume Massard: Opening new markets with Industrial Symbiosis

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Dr. Guillaume Massard: Opening new markets with Industrial Symbiosis in Sitra's event Industrial Symbiosis Breakfast on 17th of December.

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Guillaume Massard: Opening new markets with Industrial Symbiosis

  1. 1. Opening new markets with Industrial Symbiosis Dr. Guillaume Massard guillaume.massard@sofiesonline.com www.sofiesonline.com Sitra, Helsinki, Finland, 17.12.2014
  2. 2. Eco-innovation: a path to sustainable growth Industrial ecosystem Eco-industrial Eco-innovati on park Eco-industrial development Eco-industrial networks Industrial symbiosis Green industrial Integrated park industrial park Eco-city Eco-town Urban symbiosis Sustainable district Energy city
  3. 3. Major trends and practices in Europe 123 120 121 122 119 118 117 116 45 48 49 115 41 42 38 37 113 114 104 108 107 4 10 111 112 52 110 109 106 105 99 97 98 96 103 101 100 102 25 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 85 87 88 86 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 75 76 73 74 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 63 64 65 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 51 50 47 46 44 43 40 39 36 35 34 30 31 33 32 29 28 27 26 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 9 8 7 6 5 3 1 2 § 0 1 2 4 Decimal Degrees
  4. 4. Major trends and practices in Asia 173 172 167 171 170 169 168 166 165 164 163 162 161 154 153 155 156 160 159 158 157 147 152 151 150 149 148 146 145 142 143 144 141 140 138 139 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 126 125 127 124 Download it from: http://www.bafu.admin.ch/publikationen/publikation/01756/index.html?lang=en
  5. 5. Major trends and practices: eco-criteria 0# 20# 40# 60# 80# 100# 120# 140# 122# 102# 99# 98# 77# 50# 40# 34# 34# 25# Waste#management## Energy#efficiency## Water#management## Industrial symbiosis Materials#flow## Renewable#energy### Mobility#/#transportaCon# Cultural#/#social#/#health## Land#use#opCmizaCon# Air#polluCon#prevenCon## Environmental#Management#
  6. 6. Major trends and practices: what is industrial symbiosis? Local supply Company Source: Sofies SA Company Company Company Company Company Joined supply Joined collection Services resource center Mutualized services By-product exchanges Shared infrastructure Recycling infrastructure
  7. 7. Major trends and practices: what is industrial symbiosis? Se#ng up of resource, waste and service centers: GENEVA-­‐LAC-­‐NATION PROJECT FOR SHARED ENERGY PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION • Technology: heat pumps • Resource: water from the Leman lake • Electricity savings: 8000 MWh = 1’200’000 euros/year • Fossil fuel savings: 1’500 tons = 750’000 euros/year • Water savings: 400’000 m3/year • Investment: 25 millions euros • Payback period: 10 years
  8. 8. Major trends and practices: diversity of support mechanisms in Europe National programs Regional initiatives Local initiatives 1. NISP (UK) 2. Zero-­‐emission park iniVaVve (Germany) 3. NaVonal waste management plan (Portugal) 1. Environmentally Equipped Industrial Area (Italy) 2. Cleantech Ostergotland (Sweden) 3. Eco-­‐zoning, Wallonia (Belgium) 4. Randstad (Netherlands) 1. Kalundborg (DK) 2. Dunkerque (France) 3. State of geneva (CH) 4. Relvao (Portugal) 5. Prato 1st Industrial Macroloao (Italy) 6. Knapsack (Germany) 7. …
  9. 9. Major trends and practices: diversity of support mechanisms Cross-ministerial approach in China 1. The NaJonal DemonstraJve Eco-­‐industrial Parks (NDEIP) program, which focuses on polluVon abatement and environment, mainly in Eastern China 2. The NaJonal Circular Economy Parks (NCEP) program, which focuses on resource management with a beaer distribuVon of project outcomes across the country under the NaVonal Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Finance 3. The Low-­‐carbon Parks (LCP) program and the NaJonal ISO 14000 DemonstraJon Parks program
  10. 10. Major trends and practices: diversity of support mechanisms Replication and dissemination in Korea EIP program In 2005, the Korea National Cleaner Production Center (KNCPC) with the support of the Ministry of Knowledge Economy (MKE) started a 15-year, 3-phase project titled, ‘Eco-industrial Park (EIP)
  11. 11. 11 Major trends and practices: levels of intervention Resource Efficient & Cleaner Production Waste Sorting & Recycling Simple Energy Networks RECP and Industrial Symbiosis requiring few technical skills Treatment Facilities / Compliance Reliable Energy & Water Effluent Treatment Legal Compliance Eco-Innovative Strategy Specific recycling technologies New business models Advanced RECP & IS Research & Development New technologies and processes Eco-design of products and production lines Innovation Promotion Basic infrastructure Complex shared networks Advanced technology Need for park management structure … for both existing and new Industrial Parks Source: UNEP, 2014, by Sofies
  12. 12. Major trends and practices: the role of park management structures Supporting innovation Park operator Development of business models Project development and management Supporting risk Join infrastructures / utilities operation: supply and waste handling, logistics Interaction with public administration Communication & social networking
  13. 13. Major trends and practices: developing a project pipeline Preliminary analysis of the territory Industrial metabolism Identifying successful experiences and establishing a social network Thematic workshops Interviews and audits Implementation and monitoring Project management and support Identification of opportunities and feasibility study
  14. 14. Binding the gap: What we need for large scale implementation? Source: Harvard Kennedy School Source: IFC
  15. 15. Binding the gap: What we need for large scale implementation? Capital provider Investees Fund Managers Service Providers "pipeline service" Public Mandate Direct Investment Investment Return Investment Gross Return Fees Technical Assistance Fees Fees Wealth Advisory Services Development Mandate
  16. 16. Major trends and practices: benefits for companies Implement economic opportunities Make projects become reality Reduce environmental impacts Share costs and risks
  17. 17. Major trends and practices: benefits for regional development Planning of industrial areas and economic activities Pollution control through resource efficiency and industrial symbiosis Regional and park marketing and development Developing innovation and green jobs
  18. 18. Thank you for your attention! Guillaume Massard +41 78 625 27 51 Guillaume.massard@sofiesonline.com 30 consultants active in 21 countries

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