AditiDass<br />adass@theclimategroup.org<br />Smart Tech for Sustainable Urbanisation<br />19 October 2010<br />
Who we are<br />The Climate Group is an independent non-profit organization working with leading companies, states and cit...
The world’s first international NGO focused solely on the clean energy economy.<br />— Our Network & Partners<br />— 80 Me...
Page 4<br />
Spurring the world’s most powerful decision-makers into action.<br />
The world’s most influential coalition of business and government.<br />
The Clean Revolution is not only possible. It has already begun.<br />
50% of world’s population living in cities today (69% by 2050) <br />
Up to 80% of the world’s emissions occur in cities. So let’s start there.<br />
Cities as a site for innovation<br />SMART 2020 7.8 Gt CO2e savings opportunity<br />Urban Information Services<br />— Sma...
What needs to happen<br />Standards(technical and interoperable) must be developed to allow smart systems to interact acro...
SMART 2020  Initiative: Saving 15% of global emissions in 2020 <br />Goals<br />— Launch10 cutting-edge ‘smart’ projects <...
“You can’t manage what you can’t measure”<br />... and<br />“You can’t finance what you can’t measure”<br />
LED Lighting<br />
Electric Vehicles.<br />
Smart information and communications technologies.<br />
Solar Power.<br />
Carbon Capture and Storage.<br />
Our strong network helps us connect ICT companies, cities, banks and governments.<br />Our strong network helps us connect...
We implement projects, share knowledge and deliver real progress.<br />
We will match 10 leading cities with at least 10 leading organisations from different sectors.<br />
z<br />Identifying ‘smart’ opportunities for cities.<br />
With the right technology, we can save $945 billion in energy and 7.8 GtCO2e of emissions by 2020.<br />
LED Streetlight Projects in India<br />Deployment of LED street lighting in Kolkata in collaboration with:<br />Bureau of ...
Installation of LED street lights in Kolkata – 09 October 2010<br />
Installation of LED street lights in Kolkata – 09 October 2010<br />
Installation of LED street lights in Kolkata – 09 October 2010<br />
Installation of LED street lights in Kolkata – 09 October 2010<br />
Installation of LED street lights in Kolkata – 09 October 2010<br />
Thank you<br />AditiDass<br />adass@theclimategroup.org<br />
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  • About The Climate GroupThe °Climate Group&apos;s mission is to end global warming.Over the next five years we aim to help government and business set the world economy on the path to a low-carbon, prosperous future. We are the world’s first international NGO focused solely on the low carbon economy.In just six years, we have grown from a small start-up to the world’s most influential coalition of major businesses, cities, states and regions, leading on kick-starting a “Clean Revolution” in the way we produce and consume. Along with our partners, we are committed to supporting bold action to accelerate the world’s transition to a low carbon economy. The °Climate Group has partnerships with multinational companies, cities and states to support leadership on climate policy and technology.We have a high level network of some of the world’s most influential individuals.Our global network spans four continents, with offices in North America, Europe, China/Hong Kong, India and Australia.
  • About The Climate GroupThe °Climate Group&apos;s mission is to end global warming.Over the next five years we aim to help government and business set the world economy on the path to a low-carbon, prosperous future. We are the world’s first international NGO focused solely on the low carbon economy.In just six years, we have grown from a small start-up to the world’s most influential coalition of major businesses, cities, states and regions, leading on kick-starting a “Clean Revolution” in the way we produce and consume. Along with our partners, we are committed to supporting bold action to accelerate the world’s transition to a low carbon economy. The °Climate Group has partnerships with multinational companies, cities and states to support leadership on climate policy and technology.We have a high level network of some of the world’s most influential individuals.Our global network spans four continents, with offices in North America, Europe, China/Hong Kong, India and Australia.[[ A circle here to cover up the beige blinds behind Steve might be nice ]]
  • About The Climate GroupThe °Climate Group&apos;s mission is to end global warming.Over the next five years we aim to help government and business set the world economy on the path to a low-carbon, prosperous future. We are the world’s first international NGO focused solely on the low carbon economy.In just six years, we have grown from a small start-up to the world’s most influential coalition of major businesses, cities, states and regions, leading on kick-starting a “Clean Revolution” in the way we produce and consume. Along with our partners, we are committed to supporting bold action to accelerate the world’s transition to a low carbon economy. The °Climate Group has partnerships with multinational companies, cities and states to support leadership on climate policy and technology.We have a high level network of some of the world’s most influential individuals.Our global network spans four continents, with offices in North America, Europe, China/Hong Kong, India and Australia.[[ I’ve tried to find a high resolution image of this but the only one I can find is on the server and it’s damaged (shown here). I’ve looked through all the CD’s and Flickr images and can’t seem to find another high resolution copy of this image. ]]
  • Urban (and middle class) world 50% of world’s population living in cities today - 180,000 people added to the urban population every day 60% by 2030 69% by 2050 (6.3bn) By 2020 70% of China’s population will be middle class Clean revolution In 2009, 47% of new energy capacity from renewablesvs 53% from fossil fuels Renewable energy projected to supply 20% of global power by 2020, up from 6.2% in 2008 $1 trillion Total annual investment needed in clean tech between now and 2050 (40% of global infrastructure investment)
  • Urban (and middle class) world 50% of world’s population living in cities today - 180,000 people added to the urban population every day 60% by 2030 69% by 2050 (6.3bn) By 2020 70% of China’s population will be middle class Clean revolution In 2009, 47% of new energy capacity from renewablesvs 53% from fossil fuels Renewable energy projected to supply 20% of global power by 2020, up from 6.2% in 2008 $1 trillion Total annual investment needed in clean tech between now and 2050 (40% of global infrastructure investment)
  • 50 billion stat is Ericsson’s estimation Carbon connections report: as many as a trillion networked devices by 2020 (citing MIT’s David Clark from Economist interview, 2007). 1 billion mobile connections (87% of which are M2M) needed by 2020 to achieve 2.4% savings of expected EU emissions Smart schools in Bangalore, California and Lisbon use Cisco’s Mediator to link power generation and IT, lighting, heating and ventilation systems, ensuring that all systems are performing optimally for significant energy savings. GM partners with Google’s Android to manage the Chevy Volt and Microsoft’s Hohm platform is used by Ford to plan home vehicle battery charging. Videoconferencing software is helping companies reduce employee travel. IBM’s congestion charging systems reduces Stockholm city center’s emissions by 40%. Better Place charges for miles travelled in an EV in the same way a telecoms provider sells minutes on a mobile phone. Shiply.com is providing reverse logistics solutions to fill trucks returning empty from deliveries.
  • Urban (and middle class) world 50% of world’s population living in cities today - 180,000 people added to the urban population every day 60% by 2030 69% by 2050 (6.3bn) By 2020 70% of China’s population will be middle class Clean revolution In 2009, 47% of new energy capacity from renewablesvs 53% from fossil fuels Renewable energy projected to supply 20% of global power by 2020, up from 6.2% in 2008 $1 trillion Total annual investment needed in clean tech between now and 2050 (40% of global infrastructure investment)
  • The Work of The Climate GroupThe °Climate Group is focussed on five clean technologies that are already available on the market but not yet fully commercialized. If they become mainstream these technologies could transform global energy systems, delivering up to half of the emissions reductions required by 2050 to avoid the most dangerous effects of climate change . They are: LED lightingPlug-in electric vehicles (EV’s)Smart information and communications technologiesSolar power Carbon capture and storageTo achieve widespread commercial deployment these technologies must overcome a range of challenges that all new technologies face, including: awareness; acceptance of their ‘real world’ performance; availability; and the appropriate financial mechanisms and policy support required for them to reach scale.These technologies are complementary and can be used together, for example LED lighting can be used with smart controls, and powered by solar produced electricity.We will track progress through The Exchange monitoring tool, and use our Global Alliance to demonstrate that the Clean Revolution is the right way forward. It is not possible to have a high-carbon prosperous future.
  • The Work of The Climate GroupThe °Climate Group is focussed on five clean technologies that are already available on the market but not yet fully commercialized. If they become mainstream these technologies could transform global energy systems, delivering up to half of the emissions reductions required by 2050 to avoid the most dangerous effects of climate change . They are: LED lightingPlug-in electric vehicles (EV’s)Smart information and communications technologiesSolar power Carbon capture and storageTo achieve widespread commercial deployment these technologies must overcome a range of challenges that all new technologies face, including: awareness; acceptance of their ‘real world’ performance; availability; and the appropriate financial mechanisms and policy support required for them to reach scale.These technologies are complementary and can be used together, for example LED lighting can be used with smart controls, and powered by solar produced electricity.We will track progress through The Exchange monitoring tool, and use our Global Alliance to demonstrate that the Clean Revolution is the right way forward. It is not possible to have a high-carbon prosperous future.
  • The Work of The Climate GroupThe °Climate Group is focussed on five clean technologies that are already available on the market but not yet fully commercialized. If they become mainstream these technologies could transform global energy systems, delivering up to half of the emissions reductions required by 2050 to avoid the most dangerous effects of climate change . They are: LED lightingPlug-in electric vehicles (EV’s)Smart information and communications technologiesSolar power Carbon capture and storageTo achieve widespread commercial deployment these technologies must overcome a range of challenges that all new technologies face, including: awareness; acceptance of their ‘real world’ performance; availability; and the appropriate financial mechanisms and policy support required for them to reach scale.These technologies are complementary and can be used together, for example LED lighting can be used with smart controls, and powered by solar produced electricity.We will track progress through The Exchange monitoring tool, and use our Global Alliance to demonstrate that the Clean Revolution is the right way forward. It is not possible to have a high-carbon prosperous future.[[ Need a high res version of the image. This was taken from Steve’s Clean Revolution presentation ]]
  • The Work of The Climate GroupThe °Climate Group is focussed on five clean technologies that are already available on the market but not yet fully commercialized. If they become mainstream these technologies could transform global energy systems, delivering up to half of the emissions reductions required by 2050 to avoid the most dangerous effects of climate change . They are: LED lightingPlug-in electric vehicles (EV’s)Smart information and communications technologiesSolar power Carbon capture and storageTo achieve widespread commercial deployment these technologies must overcome a range of challenges that all new technologies face, including: awareness; acceptance of their ‘real world’ performance; availability; and the appropriate financial mechanisms and policy support required for them to reach scale.These technologies are complementary and can be used together, for example LED lighting can be used with smart controls, and powered by solar produced electricity.We will track progress through The Exchange monitoring tool, and use our Global Alliance to demonstrate that the Clean Revolution is the right way forward. It is not possible to have a high-carbon prosperous future.
  • The Work of The Climate GroupThe °Climate Group is focussed on five clean technologies that are already available on the market but not yet fully commercialized. If they become mainstream these technologies could transform global energy systems, delivering up to half of the emissions reductions required by 2050 to avoid the most dangerous effects of climate change . They are: LED lightingPlug-in electric vehicles (EV’s)Smart information and communications technologiesSolar power Carbon capture and storageTo achieve widespread commercial deployment these technologies must overcome a range of challenges that all new technologies face, including: awareness; acceptance of their ‘real world’ performance; availability; and the appropriate financial mechanisms and policy support required for them to reach scale.These technologies are complementary and can be used together, for example LED lighting can be used with smart controls, and powered by solar produced electricity.We will track progress through The Exchange monitoring tool, and use our Global Alliance to demonstrate that the Clean Revolution is the right way forward. It is not possible to have a high-carbon prosperous future.[[ I decided to use this image because there is no smoke coming out of the chimneys and there is some greenery/grass… I feel like it is a nice break from the urban/industrial images that are used a lot in this section of the presentation ]]
  • Smart2020 Programme : Why the Climate Group? (Part I)How the project will utilise the advantages of the Climate GroupWhy TCG to do this....strong network, ICT, financial sector, government, partners etc (our ‘coalition’)The Climate Group has an established network of IT partners which allows us to implement projects, share knowledge and deliver real progress on a global basis. These include Cisco, BT, HP, Dell and Johnson Controls. We also have a global network of states and regional members which allows projects to be delivered and enhanced through this route and on a global basis.In 2008, The Climate Group published ‘SMART 2020: enabling energy efficiency in the information age’ with McKinsey and the Global eSustainability Initiative. It has become the definitive report on the opportunity for the sector and has provided new industry guidance on the savings and progress possible. We continue to advise on steering groups for industry associations and independent initiatives to drive policy and market development.[[ LED lights ]]
  • Smart2020 Programme : Why The Climate Group? (Part II)Who is involved in the project? At present....plans...aims. The area of key focus and different parts of the value chain we can influence e.g. ICT, Cities, governments, banks and financing, policy etc.Provide examples of who we are working with. Partners – other NGO’s, consulting companies etcThe Smart2020 initiative will extend the Connected Urban Development (CUD) Alliance of cities and ICT companies (founded by Cisco Systems in partnership with cities Amsterdam, Seoul, San Francisco, Madrid, Lisbon, Hamburg and Birmingham). In 2010, we aim to engage additional corporate and city partners in this work.The Climate Group has run events with the major players in the ICT sector including events with Google in 2010 around energy information issues and efficiencies.
  • Goals: Long Term (Part I)The goals of the project e.g. What will the programme achieve? Long term goal? 2020 goal? How do we know we have succeeded and what does the world look like in that case?The Smart2020 initiative aims to:Have ten projects underway by June 2013.Ensure that key government partners are sufficiently informed and inspired to have adopted energy efficiency targets and policies that support the scale up of ICT-enabled solutions, including specific policy issues around access to energy information and utility operating modelsWork to make sure that public and private investment is being leveraged to deliver solutions.Develop a ‘network of networks’ to facilitate the most effective sharing of knowledge.
  • Goals/Timelines (Part II)Short term goalsPhases (if applicable)The detailed work of the initiative will be to move towards: Identifying SMART opportunities for cities, including pilot projects and reporting (The production of additional Regional SMART opportunities reports and city level reports)Applying SMART technology to innovation in the electricity sector through consumer access to data and new business models for energy utilities.Specific Project Support to drive awareness of new solutions
  • Goals/Timelines (Part III, if needed)Benchmarks . Budget required: current position, aspiration for FY10/11, next three yearsThe Smart2020 initiative has a budget of £1.2m in the year to June 2011 and £3.8m for the three years to June 2013.Of this budget £X is funded through partner memberships and sponsorship, meaning that the initiative is looking to raise £Xm in the next 12 months, and £X over the next three years, to allow the delivery of our work plan.[Needs a bit more detail here on funding plans when we have it]
  • Smart Tech for Sustainable Urbanism: Aditi Dass, Deputy Director , The Climate Group India

    1. 1. AditiDass<br />adass@theclimategroup.org<br />Smart Tech for Sustainable Urbanisation<br />19 October 2010<br />
    2. 2. Who we are<br />The Climate Group is an independent non-profit organization working with leading companies, states and cities around the world to show that cutting carbon makes good sense not just for the environment, but for jobs and economic growth. <br />Since 2004, we have been bringing together some of the world’s biggest companies and most influential government leaders to tackle climate change and unlock a clean industrial revolution. <br />
    3. 3. The world’s first international NGO focused solely on the clean energy economy.<br />— Our Network & Partners<br />— 80 Members, 11 Locations and 7 Countries<br />
    4. 4. Page 4<br />
    5. 5. Spurring the world’s most powerful decision-makers into action.<br />
    6. 6. The world’s most influential coalition of business and government.<br />
    7. 7. The Clean Revolution is not only possible. It has already begun.<br />
    8. 8. 50% of world’s population living in cities today (69% by 2050) <br />
    9. 9. Up to 80% of the world’s emissions occur in cities. So let’s start there.<br />
    10. 10. Cities as a site for innovation<br />SMART 2020 7.8 Gt CO2e savings opportunity<br />Urban Information Services<br />— Smart Technologies, Buildings, Metering, ICT<br />
    11. 11. What needs to happen<br />Standards(technical and interoperable) must be developed to allow smart systems to interact across sectors<br />Monitoring of emissions and resource consumption must make emissions transparent and visible<br />Accountability via ongoing piloting and demonstration projects that test not only new technical integration, but also policies and business models <br />Rethinking via ongoing piloting and demonstration projects that test not only new technical integration, but also policies and business models <br />MarketTransformation will occur when (1) targets & policies are adopted in line with the 2020 goal, (2) financial institutions are able to fund efficiency, and (3) cross-sector government-business dialogue raises awareness of the challenges and benefits of holistic energy efficiency policies and practices.<br />
    12. 12. SMART 2020 Initiative: Saving 15% of global emissions in 2020 <br />Goals<br />— Launch10 cutting-edge ‘smart’ projects <br />— Advance Policy and financing to support scale up, to enable ICT to support 20% energy efficiency targets <br />— Raise awareness of value ICT-enabled climate change solutions <br />Programme Workstreams<br />— Identifying smart opportunities<br />— Policy advocacy: Access to energy information and utility operating models<br />— Innovation and demonstration project support <br />— Raising awareness <br />How to get involved <br />— Working Group Member<br />— Strategic Partner<br />— Supporter<br />
    13. 13. “You can’t manage what you can’t measure”<br />... and<br />“You can’t finance what you can’t measure”<br />
    14. 14.
    15. 15. LED Lighting<br />
    16. 16. Electric Vehicles.<br />
    17. 17. Smart information and communications technologies.<br />
    18. 18. Solar Power.<br />
    19. 19. Carbon Capture and Storage.<br />
    20. 20. Our strong network helps us connect ICT companies, cities, banks and governments.<br />Our strong network helps us connect ICT companies, cities, banks and governments.<br />
    21. 21. We implement projects, share knowledge and deliver real progress.<br />
    22. 22. We will match 10 leading cities with at least 10 leading organisations from different sectors.<br />
    23. 23. z<br />Identifying ‘smart’ opportunities for cities.<br />
    24. 24. With the right technology, we can save $945 billion in energy and 7.8 GtCO2e of emissions by 2020.<br />
    25. 25. LED Streetlight Projects in India<br />Deployment of LED street lighting in Kolkata in collaboration with:<br />Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) <br />Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) <br />West Bengal State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd (WBSEDCL)<br />West Bengal Pollution Control Board (WBPCB)<br />273 street lamps of 250 and 400 Watt HPSV (123 @ 130Watts & 150 @ 180Watts)<br />Standards of Lighting as per IS 1944<br />Total cost of all the fittings & brackets is INR 1.32 crores(300,000$)<br />
    26. 26. Installation of LED street lights in Kolkata – 09 October 2010<br />
    27. 27. Installation of LED street lights in Kolkata – 09 October 2010<br />
    28. 28. Installation of LED street lights in Kolkata – 09 October 2010<br />
    29. 29. Installation of LED street lights in Kolkata – 09 October 2010<br />
    30. 30. Installation of LED street lights in Kolkata – 09 October 2010<br />
    31. 31. Thank you<br />AditiDass<br />adass@theclimategroup.org<br />

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