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GIB20115_Solid Standards and Ratings-Kornmann

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This presentation was held during the 5th GIB Summit, May 27-28 2015.
The presentation and more information on the Global Infrastructure Basel Foundation are available on www.gib-foundation.org

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GIB20115_Solid Standards and Ratings-Kornmann

  1. 1. This presentation was held during the 5th GIB Summit, May 27-28 2015. The presentation and more information on the Global Infrastructure Basel Foundation are available on www.gib-foundation.org The next GIB Summit will take place in Basel, May 24-25, 2016.   The information and views set out in this presenation are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Global Infrastructure Basel Foundation. Neither the Global Infrastructure Basel Foundation nor any person acting on its behalf may be held responsible for the use of the information contained therein.  
  2. 2. 5th GIB Sustainable Infrastructure Summit Solid Standards and Ratings for Project Financers and Designers 2000 Watt sites – a certification by Energiestadt Maren Kornmann Geschäftsstelle des Trägervereins Energiestadt c/o ENCO Energie-Consulting AG maren.kornmann@enco-ag.ch 2
  3. 3. Introduction 1.  20 years of experiences on (Energy)- Management Systems on municipal level: •  “Energy City” or “European Energy Award” 2.  Long time strategy: 2000–Watt-Society: •  Strong commitment of municipalities •  Implementation of “2000-Watt-Sites” 3. Example: Erlenmatt West Basel 3
  4. 4. 4 European Energy Award (eea) A quality management system for local energy policy implementation §  Based on Swiss “Energy City” Label (since 1996, 600 municipalities) §  Since 2002: eea, programme in 7 countries, pilot activities in 11 countries §  ≈ 1’000 active municipalities ≈ 500 awarded municipalities, 25 Mio Inh. §  Identical catalogue of measures, country specific indicators and values §  Municipalities with best practices are awarded with „European Energy Award“ in Gold
  5. 5. 5 The European Energy Award (eea) process: every 4 years Initial Energy / Climate Review •  Appoint Team •  Evaluate actual state •  Consensus Targets and Goals •  Principles •  Targets •  Horizon 4 years Energy / Climate policy program •  Activities projects •  Schedules, Budget •  Persons Optimization of Processes •  Project organization •  Performance indicators Energy City Award •  Mayoral decision •  Evaluation •  50% realized •  Awarding Implementation •  Decided measures •  PR, Communication •  Implementing Tools
  6. 6. 6 Degree of Completion /Performance in key areas §  Quantitative Indicators: KPI §  Qualitative Indicators §  Description and Checklists §  Implementing Tools §  Networking
  7. 7. European Energy Award: Results §  Common view of all the stakeholder on the issue - incl. KPIs §  Accepted strategies and targets, short-, mid- and long term §  Multi-stakeholder process of developing action plan §  Decided action plan by authorities §  Decided structure of the energy issue in the municipality §  Broad communication §  internal review every year §  external review and renewed application every 4 year §  TQM, ISO 50’001 16.06.15
  8. 8. 816.06.1516.06.15 From City-to-Site-certification Municipal Developments: «European Energy Award» Site-Developments: «2000- Watt Site»
  9. 9. 916.06.1516.06.15 2000-Watt-Site •  Standard and labels for individual buildings •  Final assessment after completion 2000-Watt Development Site •  Ongoing evaluation during the planning process as well as in the operation phase •  Novelty! •  Derived from commercial QM-systems (e.g. TQM) •  Certificate for municipalities •  Process of improvement evaluated and assessed
  10. 10. Requirements for a certification §  The local authority where the site is located must be «Energiestadt» or EEA city §  There is a need for a responsible body §  The site needs in minimum two buildings with an exterior area, connecting the buildings §  There is a clearly defined spatial perimeter §  The future site needs to have ist own identity or to establish a new one §  A minimum of a total of 10'000 m2 floor area is required §  Sites with mixed uses, mainly dwellings and offices are in the focus §  Maximum of 20% Retrofit floor area on the site 10 2000-Watt-Site
  11. 11. Quantitative Assessment §  Indicators: –  Total Primary Energy –  Primary Energy non- renewable –  Greenhouse Gas Emissions §  Taken into account: –  Construction of the building –  Operation of the building –  Building-induced mobility §  Calculation tool –  Project value in the beginning of the planning –  Target value (based on uses) 11 Qualitative Assessment List of criteria grouped in following topics: §  Management System §  Communication and Cooperation §  Supply and waste disposal §  Buildings §  Mobility 2000-Watt-Site
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  15. 15. Motivation of the developer §  As a responsible company Losinger Marazzi implements „Actitudes“, a program for Sustainable Development, consequently. §  Vision of Losinger Marazzi: Position themselves as Leader in the area of Sustainable Construction. §  High pressure of expectation from public authorities (e.g. Energy City), the investors and the society. §  Sustainable Construction is market-driven and contemporary. 15 2000-Watt-Site
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