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22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 1 Working with energy in China Mogens Heering, Senior VP, COWI CMC Zhang Penghao, Market Director, COWI China.

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1 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 1 Working with energy in China Mogens Heering, Senior VP, COWI CMC Zhang Penghao, Market Director, COWI China

2 Agenda 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 2 COWI in China China's 12 th Five Year Plan and the Danish fairy tale Understanding of the political and personal agenda of the leaders Opportunities given and understood by COWI; Targeting different political levels with different goals. Understanding the agenda for each level. Tangible, applicable solutions with integration of Danish resources Nanjing High Tech Zone rebranding need From contact to contract –the importance of Government to Government relations Matching the levels The consultant as a forerunner for other Danish industries

3 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 3 COWI in China COWI's first project in China was in 1980s, a district energy donor project We established our permanent office in 2005 Our current services include: District energy and Energy planning Energy in buildings Carbon development Water management and environmental due diligence Sustainable urban development

4 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 4 China's 12 th Five Year plans China's main goals until 2015 are: GDP to grow by 7 percent annually on average More than 45 million jobs to be created in urban areas Energy consumption per unit of GDP to be cut by 16 percent; Carbon dioxide emission per unit of GDP to be cut by 17 percent;

5 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 5 The Danish fairy Tale and its perfect timing in China in 2013 Economic Growth by 78% with Energy and GHG emission decreasing due to 1. Renewable Energy 2. CHP/DH 3. Energy Efficiency Financial Crisis Source: Danish Energy Agency

6 Central Government Provincial Party Secretary Provincial Governor Municipal Party Secretary Mayor Implementation Official Understanding of the political and personal agenda of the leaders 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 6

7 Understanding of the political and personal agenda of the leaders Opportunities given and understood by COWI: Targeting different political levels with different goals. 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 7 Control total energy consumption Optimize energy structure Central Government GDP growth vs. Energy consumption control Conventional investment vs. Renewable energy Local Government Government requirement vs. Personal career Right project to achieve reputation Local Leader Personal Interest Driving force or Barrier Approaching the right people Implementation Official Interest

8 Opportunities given and understood by COWI: Tangible, applicable solutions with integration of Danish resources 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 8 CHP1 CHP2 Geo-thermal plant SS Anshan Steel Plant Pilot 1 Pilot 2 Pilot 3 Anshan Master plan 2015 The Master Plan outlines the frame for the future District Heating system

9 Core tasks To improve city functions To form city features To structure eco city To promote industrial development Utilize upgrading zone to lead regional development 19.2km 2 area is the built-up area of High-tech zone, it is also the core area. Take this area as a sample which can be the engine and demonstration. Interaction between industry and city Green, eco and smart high tech town Interaction between industry and city, coordination development Intelligent technology and applicable industry Perfect functional eco city Green, eco and smart high tech demonstration zone Planning vision and core tasks Nanjing High Tech Zone Sustainable Planning

10 Industry development Achieve one package service on planning, construction, overall investment attraction, enterprise settlement and follow-up management in industrial park Eco city Compared to China and other regions of China, there should be a significant reduction on resource consumption Urban function A place suitable for living and work, and thus promote social communication and innovation Sino-Danish Eco Life Science Park

11 Urban Planning Exhibition Centre, "Nanjing Light House" Architects: Archiland Architectural Design Co. At least 30 % open suspended ceiling to allow for cooling from TABS TABS in all decks for heating and cooling Two mech. ventilation systems (including dehumidification): - One for closed rooms with high heat loads - One for open rooms (only during Summer) Natural ventilation for open spaces during winter (single offices also possible) Heat pump/ cooling compr. Dual mode heat pump/cooling compressor Solar thermal on roof Optimized façade design Ventilation / dehumidific ation Air tight facade Borehole storage

12 From contact to contract –the importance of Government to Government relations 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 12 Public-Public Public-Private

13 Matching the levels 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 13

14 The importance of Government to Government relations 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 14

15 The consultant as a forerunner for other Danish industries 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 15

16 THANK YOU. QUESTIONS? 22 AUGUST 2013 WORKING WITH ENERGY IN CHINA 16


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