ETI Supply Chain Wksp 2

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A slideshow to put our second Supply Chain workshop into context within the ETI\'s Building Programme Project.

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ETI Supply Chain Wksp 2

  1. 1. ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLPThe information in this document is the property of Energy Technologies Institute LLP and may not be copied or communicated to a third party, or used for any purpose other than that for whichit is supplied without the express written consent of Energy Technologies Institute LLP.This information is given in good faith based upon the latest information available to Energy Technologies Institute LLP, no warranty or representation is given concerning such information,which must not be taken as establishing any contractual or other commitment binding upon Energy Technologies Institute LLP or any of its subsidiary or associated companies.
  2. 2. Buildings Programme Optimising Thermal Efficiency of Existing Housing Why Retrofit?2 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
  3. 3. 20276 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
  4. 4. Energy Flow Chart (2008) Source: Generating the Future: UK energy systems fit for 2050, The Royal Academy of Engineering7 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
  5. 5. Options Increase Supply Or Reduce Demand8 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
  6. 6. Energy Flow Chart (2050) Less demand Source: Generating the Future: UK energy systems fit for 2050, The Royal Academy of Engineering9 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
  7. 7. Buildings Programme Optimising Thermal Efficiency of Existing Housing Business as Normal?10 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
  8. 8. Carbon Emissions to be reduced by 80% by 2050 26 million homes ‘Golden Rule’ “National Movement” Can’t just be about Products using the existing Supply Chain Need to review the whole system11 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
  9. 9. Not just about the Products Energy Use of each home Number of Homes / ownership split Product Solutions Supply Chain Process Customer Value / People Behaviour Regulation / incentives12 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
  10. 10. ETI Project ENERGY ZONE CONSORTIUM  Consortium partners – a strong cross- section of the supply chain  ETI objectives –  A Roadmap for National Housing Carbon Reduction  Quantitative Scenario Planning Tools  Commercial Opportunities  Guidance for Policy Intervention13 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
  11. 11. Focus on the Total Supply Chain WP4 WP1 & WP2 WP6 WP314 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
  12. 12. Today’s Workshop  WP 4.0 Map Current Supply Chain -  WP 4.1 Draft Supply Chain Design (R to L)(Mar 11)  WP 4.2 Target Supply Chain Scenarios (Sep 11)  WP 4.3 Refurbishment Supply Chain Implications (Dec 11)  WP 4.4 Detailed Supply Chain Workshop (Feb 12)  WP 4.5 Change Management Roadmap (Aug 12)  WP 4.6 Market Readiness Report (May 12)  WP 4.7 Training & Competence Report (Jun 12)15 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
  13. 13. Putting your day into context Any Questions?16 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1

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