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Suzlon team renegade(mica ii) 03-11-12

  1. 1. Innovation 10 – Suzlon Case Study By Team Renegade Arpita Sahoo | Jagriti Chhateja Sneha Chaturvedi | Noor Salam Khan 1
  2. 2. Preface Greetings from Team Renegade!!! We would like to take this opportunity to thank Road2Ideas Team for providing this wonderful opportunity… We appeal you to “Go Green” with Road2Ideas 2012 and request you not to print this Case Study unless really needed. Our presentation theme symbolizes our spirit of “Go Green” Initiative and we request you to read “Go Green Tip” on Thank You Slide  Cheers Team RenegadeTeam Renegade 2
  3. 3. Suzlon – One Earth  Global HQ of Suzlon Energy Ltd and Group Companies  820,000 Sft Integrated Development  LEED Platinum and GRIHA Five Star certified campus  India’s first campus 100% on renewable energyTeam Renegade 3
  4. 4. Understanding the LEED RatingTeam Renegade 4
  5. 5. Suzlon – Business UnitsTeam Renegade 5
  6. 6. One Earth - Sustainable Infrastructure ENERGY USE WATER USE WASTE MANAGEMENT MATERIALS USE HEALTHY AIR QUALITY OPERATING PRACTICES Sustainability is the hallmark of this project while the result is an inspiring place to work.Team Renegade 6
  7. 7. Water Management Water is collected in the entire campus (used water is collected, treated and used for other purposes like Podium garden Collection mechanism through slits on the ground (rain water harvesting) collected –filtered – reused Uses minimum water Low flow mechanism Sewerage is treated on-site through sewerage plants & then used for landscaping,flushing, etc.Team Renegade 7
  8. 8. Energy Management 100% renewable energy campus Energy that is generated on-site through wind & solar hybrid system Photo voltaic panels are used for energy generation Wheeling arrangement with MSEB through which they get 0 bill because the energy generated from windmills and solar panels is uploaded on the grid and the current that is consumed is always lesser than what is generated and uploaded by SuzlonTeam Renegade 8
  9. 9. Materials Used • 90% of buildings have access to natural light which not only saves energy but also gives a • good feeling in turn increasing the productivity • All the glasses are in the building are double glassed. And then again there is a space and aluminium shades are put on the outer side of the glass which reflects the sunlight thereby giving them natural light and reflecting away the heat • The synergy rooms and other classrooms in the excellence academy use carpets that has recyclable components in it • The walls of these synergy rooms are made by renewable wood like bamboo etc • Lights are sensory controlledTeam Renegade 9
  10. 10. Materials Used • There are glass cylinders used in each of the 4 buildings of office space, situated in the midst of each building-there are huge cylindrical structures acting as ventilators for basement. The hot air from the basement goes up through those cylinders and cool air replaces the hot air, This maintaining a natural cooling system. • Rooms in the whole building have CO2 detector that senses the level of CO2 in the air within the room space – gives a signal & pumps in oxygen if CO2 level is high • Efficient lighting(combination of various CFLs) used inside the building for lighting & for outside LEDs are used • AC level in each room is sensory basedTeam Renegade 10
  11. 11. Waste Management Waste is segregated into different types of bins. A colour code is given to each of them They are put into a double shredder By using organics they are stored in trays for 14 days, this converts the waste into manure And finally the manure is used in maintaining own landscape & is also sold to vendorsTeam Renegade 11
  12. 12. One Earth – Design Approach ResultsTeam Renegade 12
  13. 13. SUZLON One Earth Visual ExperienceTeam Renegade
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  16. 16. Incorporating local arts & craftsTeam Renegade
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  23. 23. Sector Analysis – Construction  The construction sector contributes nearly 12% to India’s GNP and is growing at more than 9% per year.  India saw a growth of around 30% in the real estate sector, constructing around 40 million sp. m every year divided equally between the residential and commercial space.  The real estate and construction sectors received FDI of €216.53 million in the first half of the current fiscal year.Team Renegade 23
  24. 24. Understanding the Need  Built environment is responsible in each country for 25-40% of the total energy use, 30-40% of solid waste generation and 30-40% of global House Gas Emissions (CO2, N2O, CH4, HFC, PFC, and SF3).  The building sector accounts for 30- 40% of total global energy consumption, 80% of which is consumed during the operational stage of a building and 20% during its construction phase.  In commercial buildings, the annual energy consumption per sq. m. of the floor area is about 200kWh or even moreTeam Renegade 24
  25. 25. Emerging policy and Regulatory Tools Energy conservation act 2001 • The Bureau of Energy Efficiency was established under the Ministry of Power to implement the Act. • The Act requires large energy consumers to meet the energy conservation norms, large commercial buildings to meet the energy building code, and appliances to meet energy consumption standards and label. Integrated Energy Policy 2006: • This policy has identified key areas in the building sector for energy efficiency measures. • It has asked for mandatory periodic energy audits for all buildings with loads above 1 MW also for all government buildings. National Building Code: • The voluntary code provides guidance on aspects of energy conservation (related to Day lighting and Natural Ventilation). • NBC provides general guidance on potential energy-efficiency aspects of such factors as daylight integration, artificial lighting requirements, and HVAC design standards.Team Renegade 25
  26. 26. Emerging policy and Regulatory Tools Energy conservation building code (ECBC) • ECBC has both prescriptive and performance-based compliance paths. • The prescriptive aspect requires minimum requirements for the building envelope and energy systems (lighting, HVAC, service water heating and electrical). • The performance-based compliance path requires the application of Whole Building Simulation Approach to prove efficiency over base building as defined by the code. Building certification: Green Rating for Integrated Housing Assessment (GRIHA): • The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and TERI has developed the nationally accredited Green Building rating system for buildings with conditioned and non-conditioned spaces under different climatic conditions. • In addition, the building is designed according to the modern specifications for energy saving, star rated household appliances, possible use of renewable energy, recycled building materials etc. as mentioned in its green rating system. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED): • The LEED rating system is completely a voluntary system and has established very interesting green building projects across in India. • The LEED certified green building foot print has grown since from first green building project of 20,000 Sq.ft. constructed in 2002 to the total registered project accounting 466.22 million sq.ft as per mentioned in IGBC website.Team Renegade 26
  27. 27. Greenco Rating for Companies • Launched in February 2011: • The 10 parameters that this rating takes into consideration include: 1. Energy efficiency, 2. Water conservation, 3. Renewable energy, 4. GHG emission reduction, 5. Material conservation, 6. Recycling & recyclables, 7. Waste management, 8. Green supply chain, 9. Product stewardship, 10. Life cycle assessment, 11. Others (ventilation, site selection & innovation)Team Renegade 27
  28. 28. SWOT Analysis Strengths: Weakness: > Emerging Market > Lack of interest by local builders > Policy and legislative Support. > Lack of educational awareness on environmental > Middle class and NonResident Indians having issues. purchasing potential > Myth about costs for constructing green > Tax holiday under FDI policies and in special buildings. economic zones. > Diverse construction activities stakeholders Opportunity: Threats > Energy Gap in demand and supply. > Competition from other countries such as > Lack of availability of green building solutions. Germany and U.S for getting into Indian market. > Need for complete solution as a package for > Economic Situation installation. > Global Crisis impact > Need for cost effective houses to save long term operational costs. > Possibility of utilizing 365 days of solar energy.Team Renegade 28
  29. 29. Stage I – Table Analysis Rating the innovation on a scale of 0 to 5 (5 being the highest score) on each of the parameters outlined in the sandbox, the self assessment scores are:Team Renegade 29
  30. 30. Stage II - C.K. Prahlad’s Sandbox HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGHTeam Renegade 30
  31. 31. What’s the way forward • Intensive brand Promotion for providing energy efficient solutions for sustainable constructions. • Excellence in Cost effective Solutions. • Investing in setting up demo Project for all in one Installed Cost effective solution • Green Construction principle to be communicated to all stakeholders involved during construction life cycle of the building. • The lifecycle of a building along with rising operational costs from energy and water consumption are the main concerns of an average middle class person. It is challenging for a middle class society to cope with rising operational cost trends. For India’s growing middle class the green building can be considered as a sustainable and budget friendly investment for the long run.Team Renegade 31
  32. 32. What’s the way forward • The skills requirement for the green buildings is still at a very nascent stage. The ITIs and vocational training institutes do not have any idea of green skills which are yet to be part of their course work. Training in these areas is the key for market penetration and this can only be done when this is included in the formal curriculum. • This is an emerging area where conflict of interest between the builders and “green cause” is already evident. The builders would always go for the most economical options for their own projects. Out when it comes to public projects e.g. roads, utilities; funded by the government they are known to be indifferent about costs or green aspect. In this environment unless the green construction is made mandatory and incentivized, it is unlikely to spread.Team Renegade 32
  33. 33. Sources      www.publications.theseus.ifTeam Renegade 33
  34. 34. Thank You Go Green Tip : Switch all your lightbulbs to CFLs (or at least switch a few) Team Renegade 34