KCC-Azcania

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KCC-Azcania

  1. 1. KCC Azcania, MX The first low carbon clean-tech district in Mexico City
  2. 2. Inside KKC-Azcania:•Up to 2M sqm of development on 9.2 hectares•Tax incentives on land-lease for the first 10yrsand tax deductions on revenues for the first 5yrs•Private/Public Trust agreement signed in 2011with Gov. Mexico City•Concept master plan approved in 2010•Pipeline of demonstration projects initiated bythe Mexico City Gov: •2.2KM Light rail system to connect with external Public transport nodes •On site water treatment plant •On site energy generation •Central district energy distribution
  3. 3. Strategies:1. District Cooling & Power Plant for:•Private office buildings•Public office buildings•Research Business IncubatorsEstimated required Energy output:200-250MWEstimated capital cost: 315M US$2. Solar Passive Energy supply for:•Residential BuildingsEstimated capital cost: 14M US$
  4. 4. Sub district 1 Sub district 2Benefits: Benefits:•Residential buildings constant electricity demand •Energy efficiency for commercial and business•Public buildings pilot project incubator space•Potential connection to biomass (organic waste) •Potential connection to biomass (organic waste)Issues: •Optimize space on individual buildings•Retail market not stable District cooling plant 1 Sub district 1: businesses 35% residential / retail 45% District cooling plant 2 District cooling plant 3 Sub district 2: businesses 60% / residential 20%
  5. 5. Overall ambitionCreate the first CCP district in Mexico CityWider benefits•Use of locally available natural and surplus energy sources that otherwise would be wastedor remain unused•5 to 10 times higher efficiencies than with traditional comfort cooling•Substantially reduced energy consumption•Significantly less CO2 emissions•Reduced expenditure for energy (electricity unreliable public network)Government Interest:•Pilot project for high density areas and opportunities on a model that can be replicated•Reduce the “pressure” on public energy network•The energy surplus of the initial phase of Azcania can be utilized (locally) in Azcapotzalcowith low public investmentPrivate trust (stakeholders):•Ensure energy provision for Azcania tenants•Long term investor partners for infrastructure

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