7 Targets for Green Building Regulations Cost Increase(max)IAQComplianceCO2ReductionWaste ReductionWaterSavingsEnergyMunicipalConstruction5%90%20%60%50%15%
8 Green Building Practice Guide The Practice Guide gives sufficient information on each Regulation such as:Intent/GoalBackgroundApplicabilityOutcome/ BenefitGuidanceComplianceCommon Practices / SolutionsReferences
9 Green Building Materials Guide Determination of VOC in paints using GC MSDetermination ofSteady-state Thermal Resistance and Related Properties Guarded Hotplate Apparatus9
10 Construction Trend in Dubai PERIODAREA(ft2)80’s24,663,52590’s280,346,7311,213,699,69010
11 Permitted Buildings in Dubai (By Area ) Estimated Areas for the period ( )11
12 Permitted Buildings in Dubai (By Numbers ) Estimated No. of Buildings For the period( )5000 Buildingper year12
13 International Competitiveness Doing Business (2000-2013) 55131314142620142726201420132754201220132011201220102011World Bank Report2010200913
14 Green Project With No Cost impact Al-FAHIDI SOUQ … 1st Dubai Green ProjectGreen Project With No Cost impact
15 Al-FAHIDI SOUQ … 1st Dubai Green Project Green Building RegulationsWeighted factorSaved Energy Consumption (%)Parking Ventilation0.061.80Energy Efficiency – HVAC Equipment and System0.112.20Demand Controlled Ventilation0.145.60Exhaust Air Energy Recovery System5.88Water Efficiency Fittings0.051.00Condensate Recovery0.60Lighting Power Density - Interior7.84On-Site Renewable Energy – Solar PV System0.157.05On-Site Renewable Energy - Solar Water Heating System10.80 Overall Saved Energy:42.7715
16 Program (2) : Building Retrofits MissionLeading the execution of building retrofits in public sector.Increasing penetration of district cooling.Building capacity of local ESCO’s.Facilitating access to financing for local ESCO’s.
17 Program (2) : Building Retrofits Insulation Of Existing
19 Program (3) : District Cooling 20112030Increasing district cooling penetration from 20% of Dubai’s cooling capacity in 2011 to 40% in 2030.
20 Program (4) : Energy Labeling for Appliances and Equipment ENERGY Labeling System is way to reduce the use of energy caused by the inefficient use of energy by products and equipmentsLabeling of Air Conditioners, Lamps, Large appliances, water haters, electronics, electric motors, water fixtures
21 Program (5) : Water Reuse and Efficient Irrigation Irrigation water use shall be reduced through promoting efficient landscaping practices and irrigation technologies as well an maximizing the use of Treated Sewage Effluent (TSE).All public areas shall use TSE for landscaping purposes, with remaining TSE capacity to be used by industryThe objective is to ensure that 80% of Dubai’s green areas are efficiently irrigated and all public areas use treated sewage effluent with extra capacity for other uses by 2030.
22 Program (6) : Outdoor Lighting Reduced power use in outdoor lighting shall be achieved by using more, efficient lighting fixture and expanding the ongoing switch-off initiative for street lights.The objective is to implement switch-off program for 30% of residential streets and retrofits of 75% of existing lights by 2030.
23 Dubai Green Economy Partnership It is the first multi-stakeholder collaboration platform in the Middle East region. The founding members representing both public and private organizations are committed to enable the growth of green trade and investment and accelerate the adoption of green technologies, products and services in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates and across regional and global developed and emerging markets.Launched in2012
24 Dubai Carbon Center of Excellence Dubai Carbon was established to capture a growing niche market catering specifically to the transition to a low carbon economy and green economy through the consolidation of knowledge.
25 Green Initiatives of Dubai Municipality Dubai SafariDubai Frame
26 Green Initiatives of Dubai Municipality Our CityOffshore Wind Energy Field-Dubai
27 Green Initiatives of Dubai Municipality Desert Rose