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Presented by : Tan Tian Chong Director, Technology Development Building and Construction Authority Singapore's Green Building Initiatives 9 th Feb 2007.

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1 Presented by : Tan Tian Chong Director, Technology Development Building and Construction Authority Singapore's Green Building Initiatives 9 th Feb 2007

2 a.Importance of a Friendly & Sustainable Built Environment to Singapore b.BCA Green Mark Master Plan c.BCA Green Mark d.Public Sector Taking the Lead e.Green Mark Incentive Scheme ($20m) f.$50m R & D Fund g.Conclusion An Introduction………

3 Why Environmental Sustainability? Global warming/climate change – hot topics Building sector has major impact on the natural and built environment Urban pollution could undermine Singapores competitiveness Energy cost is on the rise Land and resources scarce

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6 Source: National Climate Change Strategy, MEWR

7 BCAs Mission We shape a safe, high quality, sustainable and friendly built environment. BCAs Vision The Best Built Environment for Singapore, our distinctive global city.

8 Green Building Masterplan

9 Green Building Master Plan BCA Green Mark scheme Review of regulations on energy standards Industry training and public educationPublic Sector taking the lead $50 million research fund for the Built Environment $20 million incentive scheme for private developer to go green

10 BCA launched the Green Mark for Buildings Scheme in January 2005 An assessment system which will rate buildings for their environmental impact and performance A voluntary programme for new and existing private developments Towards a Sustainable Built Environment

11 BCA Green Mark Criteria Green MarkExisting BuildingNew Building Air-conditionedResidential School

12 Green Mark 5 Assessment Criteria 35 points Building Envelop Design Energy Efficiency Index Sub-metering Energy Efficient Features Lighting Zoning Greenery 15 points Water efficient equipment Water usage and leak detection Efficient irrigation Cooling tower water consumption 20 points Site ecology Quality building Public Transport Env Mgt System Env friendly material Building users Guide 15 points CO/CO 2 monitoring High Freq Ballast Lighting Level Thermal Comfort Noise level Indoor Air pollution Refrigerants 15 points for Innovation Total: 100 Points

13 Green Building Features

14 Basis for Green Mark Award (new building) Meet minimum total points for the specific rating, and pre-requisite criteria Platinum and Gold Plus projects to demonstrate 30% and 25% energy saving respectively. Green Mark Rating Points Platinum 85 and above Gold Plus 80 to < 84 Gold 70 to < 79 Certified 50 to < 69

15 Basis for Green Mark Award (existing building) Meet minimum total points for the specific rating, and pre-requisite criteria Platinum Awards must achieve Energy Smart label by NEA (Existing buildings only) Green Mark Rating Points Platinum 85 and above Gold Plus 80 to < 84 Gold 70 to < 79 Certified 50 to < 69

16 Briefings and Consultations Pre-assessment briefing Actual Assessment Clarification & Request for Further Info Finalise Score for Mgt Approval Application Received Advisory Committee Endorsement Award of Green Mark Assessment Stage Award Biennial Assessment Green Mark Assessment Process

17 Green Mark Assessment (Actual) –substantial completion of design stage –construction stage, –TOP stage –Verification during TOP stage Green Mark Assessment Process

18 Green Mark Buildings Green Mark Rating PlatinumGold plus GoldCertified No. of Buildings Points So far, 34 buildings have BCA Green Mark certification

19 Green Mark Projects 17 45

20 Nanyang Polytechnic National Library Building Tan Tock Seng Hospital Republic Polytechnic Public sector

21 Private Sector Buildings The Marina Bay St Regis Hotel and Residences

22 Private Sector Buildings Capital TowerOne George Street

23 Review of Regulations on Energy Standards Review the ETTV (Envelope Thermal Transfer Value) in 2007 for commercial buildings Consider the feasibility of applying ETTV to high-rise residential developments

24 Industry Training and Public Education Increase industry training programmes Produce Green Building Design Guides Educate consumer and students on GBT – major driving forces

25 GBT Conference – Towards a Sustainable Built Environment (Nov 06) 2 nd GBT Conference cum tour of green buildings – 20 March 07

26 Initiatives to promote environmental sustainability Public Sector taking the lead $50 million MND Research Fund $20 million Green Mark Incentive Scheme

27 Public sector taking the lead towards environmental sustainability Public sector has been always lead by example towards environmental sustainability – 10 public buildings Green Mark certified – All 4 Platinum buildings are public buildings – Upcoming new projects: Alexandra Yishun, new People Association HQ & Marina Barrage visitor center Government has decided to adopt a policy for all new public buildings and those under retrofitting above 5000 sqm to be Green Mark certified. To take effect on 1 Apr 07.

28 Green Mark $20 million Green Mark Incentive Scheme for private sector developers $20 million over the next 3 years Encourage and recognise private developers to build green buildings – up to $6 per sqm Cash incentive for meeting Green Mark Gold rating or higher Create demand in green building technologies – lower costs in long run

29 Eligibility Criteria New private development and those undergoing major retrofitting works with GFA>5000sqm. PPP (public private partnership) projects such as new Sports Hub is entitled for the incentive. Past Green Mark projects are not entitled for the incentive.

30 Green Mark Incentive Scheme Cash Incentive to be disbursed in two parts: – 50% upon successful certification – 50% after validation on energy performance Green Mark rating Cash IncentiveCap (whichever is lower) Minimum energy Improvement Platinum $6.0/m 2 for new GFA $2.4/m 2 for existing GFA $3,000,000 or 0.4% of construction/ retrofitting cost 30% Gold Plus $5.0/m 2 for new GFA $2.0/m 2 for existing GFA $2,500,000 or 0.33% of construction/ retrofitting cost 25% Gold $3.0/m 2 for new GFA $1.2/m 2 for existing GFA $300,000 or 0.2% of construction/ retrofitting cost Certified Energy modeling

31 Only for air-conditioned buildings achieving Gold plus and Platinum. To demonstrate energy saving through energy simulation/modeling. Computer-based tool to simulate energy use of a building to demonstrate energy saving. An Energy Modeling Technical Committee is formed to supervise the energy modeling submission.

32 An Illustration Typical commercial building GFA: 50,000 sqm, Construction cost: $100 million Attained Green Mark Gold Plus award (Projected energy savings of 25%) Cash Incentive entitled: $250,000 ($5 x 50,000) $125,000 (50%) upon award. The remaining $125,000 to be disbursed one year after TOP if projected energy improvement has been achieved

33 $50 million R&D Fund to boost development of Green Building Technologies $50 million fund over the next five years 1 st dedicated R&D fund for construction and real estate sectors Applied R&D projects that will: Raise the quality of life and Make Singapore a distinctive global city

34 Supporting Green Mark scheme Increasing demand for Green Building Technologies Green Mark Scheme and R&D in Green Building Technologies

35 1 st Request for Proposal (RFP) have opened on 5 Jan 07 and will close on 28 Feb 07 Open to all Singapore based proposers, including tertiary institutions, public sector agencies, private companies and individuals $50 million R&D Fund to boost development of Green Building Technologies

36 Eligibility The project …… must support MNDs Vision should show potential to be developed into products that can be widely adopted or enable policy development for adoption in public or private sector; or have export potential shall use Singapore as base to own, manage and exploit Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) developed must not have commenced at the time of application

37 MNDs Vision and Mission Vision: An Endearing Home, A Distinctive Global City Mission: Develop world-class infrastructure, Create a vibrant and sustainable living environment Build rooted and cohesive communities Sustainable Development Distinctive Global City Community Building

38 Key R&D Focus Areas Sustainable Development Distinctive Global City Community building - Energy efficiency in buildings - Indoor environment quality - Increasing land supply and land use optimisation - Impact of climate change on physical infrastructure - Land conservation - Tropical green architecture - Greenery and Ecology / biodiversity studies - Urban planning and design - Universal design

39 Evaluation Criteria 1.Contribution towards MNDs Vision 2.Degree of adoption in public sector or commercialisation potential 3.Capability and track record of researchers 4.Innovation

40 Funding Level Assistance to cover 30-75% of the qualifying cost of the project (with cap of $2mil/proposal) Depend on quality of proposal and implementation potential

41 Marina Bay as a showcase to promote sustainability in the built environment Many global cities like New York and Shanghai are developing sustainable districts / zones. Battery Park City, Lower Manhattan Dontang Marina, Shanghai

42 The Marina Bay Business and Financial Center, BFC Marina Barrage Integrated Resort Spore Flyer Status of Green Mark Marina Bay

43 Outcomes Our desired outcomes: $10M sqm Green Mark buildings/year by 2009!

44 A Peek Into The Future

45 Thank You & Have A Great Weekend!


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