We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byAmaya Marchand
Modified over 2 years ago
Sustainable community-programme DM Copyright © Tekes Sustainable community
Sustainable community Sustainable community -programme Program duration: Total volume: 100 million euros, of which Tekes share is about half For more information: The program focuses on development of sustainable and energy efficient buildings and communities. DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Why a Sustainable community programme? Building and real estate cluster together with energy and environment cluster are in a key position to promote sustainability Major economic significance Important in preventing climate change both nationally and globally Sectors have an important environmental impact 80 % of green house gases is from production and use of energy (incl. traffic) Built environment accounts for 40 % of energy use in Finland, and 1/3 of green house gases Where and how communities are built has a major effect on consumption and environmental burden now and in the future Sustainability of energy production and use Optimizing of energy use is without exceptions cost efficient Investments have short pay back times Also direct saving opportunities DM Copyright © Tekes New business concepts, services and products are needed in design, building, use, maintenance and repair for sustainable and energy efficient communities and buildings
Sustainable community A future community is sustainable Sustainable community is a global business opportunity Possibilities for new service concepts and business models Changes in operation methods and networks enable commercialization Courage and ambition are needed for the change Tekes boosts companies and public actors into challenging development DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Objectives of the program Promote well-functioning and comfortable communities that are energy efficient and environmentally sustainable Promote commercialization of technological expertise Renew cooperation models, operating methods and acquisition methods Create new business models, service concepts, system solutions and technology solutions Network organisations in different fields and strengthen interaction between public and private sector DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Well-Being and Health Indoor environment Productivity Functionality Work and leisure Time Energy and Environment Energy sources Energy production Energy efficiency Waste handling Recycling Communities and Urban Structure Urban planning Land use Logistics Transport Buildings Energy efficiency Building structure Building flexibility Building services Sustainable Communities DM Copyright © Tekes Sustainable Communities – key sectors
Sustainable community Key sectors DM Copyright © Tekes What lies in the intersections?
Sustainable community Customers and target groups Real estate and construction Construction industry Building products Building services Engineering and consultants Real estate services Real estate owners Energy and environment Energy companies Environmental companies Component manufacturers System suppliers Engineering and consultants Well-being and services Logistics Well-being Companies providing expert attention Companies providing new types of services Direct clients in focus Communications and electronics Companies in electronics Software and digital media Software companies Metal and bulk production Production technology Production areas Products and know-how are applied in development of products, services and business models Consults that develop businesses and services Indirect clients in focus DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Structure for the program Markets Market Distance Service innovations and Business Concepts Development, integration and implementation of technologies, systems and methods Processes, changes in operational practices and cooperation models Demonstration projects Buildings Energy and Environment Well-Being and Health Communities and Urban Form DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Criteria for the business projects Project promotes business development for participating organisations Project outcome (technology, product, services etc.) has an significant business potential both in Finnish and international markets Project outcome has novelty value in Finland and/or internationally Project enhances participants’ know-how and networking For business projects it’s an advantage to network internationally or with public organisations Project must be clearly organised E.g. project organisation, schedule, tasks, goals, budget Systems, integrated solutions, business concepts etc. are preferred compared to pure technology focused projects Project must relate to key themes of the sustainable community program Business models and concepts Sustainable energy solutions Technical and social innovations Transportation and logistics Processes and operation practices DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community One opportunity: Financing for demonstrative projects Criteria for demonstrative projects: Should not be business as usual Must include novelty value and include ambitious targets The project theme could be: Land use, planning Buildings Technical systems or solutions Operational models Procurement practices … ? DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community IDEA project planning design development detail design Execution Maintenance Tekes' demonstrative financing Motto for demo-financing: ”BUY KNOW-HOW” DM Copyright © Tekes Allocation of demonstrative financing
Sustainable community Demonstrative projects - financing R&D&I project R&D&I project Demonstrative financing Client Private / Public Supplier Demonstrative project Tekes project R&D&I financing R&D&I project DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Possible project themes DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Project themes 1 Business models and concepts, business know-how Technical services and maintenance New service concepts in Energy businesses (ESCO, measurements, monitoring and integration of information technology to services) PPP-models (life cycle models) Regional service models Electronic trade New services providing additional value to residents or users New business models for management of regional entities For example integrators, operators, urban managers Integration of investor’s, builder’s and users’ needs Sustainable energy solutions Optimal (integrated) production and use of electricity, heat and cold Eco- and cost efficient cooling and district cooling Geothermic heat/cold at building and regional level Renewable energy sources in distributed production Seasonal modifiability of energy source at building and regional level Solutions for needs of both diverting and condensing communities DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Project themes 2 Technical and social innovations New concepts in construction (low energy, passive house) Technologies of rehabilitation and complimentary building Integration of technologies that take aging into account into solutions Mass customation New implementation practices in construction in order to increase cost efficiency Utilization of ICT and ubiquitous solutions, for example: self diagnostics and reporting of buildings Logistics and traffic Logistics services New concepts for public transport and joint ownership (call controlled public traffic, joint use of vehicles) Remote operations enable by ICT, mobile services, electronic trade Minimizing of transportation needs of people and goods by services and optimization (delivery services etc.) Management of waste flow DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Project themes 3 DM Copyright © Tekes Processed needed in building and maintenance of community New processes for construction and maintenance Material and energy efficient processes (Lean) Regional planning and construction process Defining, measuring and assessing of eco- efficiency Decision making processes and support Identification, analyzing and development of processes Development of public procurement
Examples of funded projects in 2008 DM Copyright © Tekes Sustainable community
Sustainable community Research projects 1.Development of energy efficiency by energy companies – ENETE 2.Urban happiness – Ecosocial sustainability of a solid city 3.Shopping malls as a part of sustainable consumption and community structure 4.C-business, Communities’ technical networks – their governance, ownership and operation 5.Geo-energy in communal energy supply - GEOENER 6.Processes of sustainable construction 7.Eco-efficiently renewing community – EcoDrive 8.Traveling in community structure 9.Led lighting based on solar electricity, procurement practices for energy efficient and sustainable lighting 10.Business opportunities related to local energy networks and new energy solutions and in low energy construction 11.Future business opportunities for sustainable waste management in communities 12.Towards carbon neutral community – engagement, operation plans and preliminary actions DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Demonstrative projects Productisation of Energy efficient vacation housing Mäntyharjun seudun elinkeinojen kehitys Oy Low-energy concepts for single-family housing partnerships Asuntosäätiön Rakennuttaja Oy Service concepts for eco-efficient life cycle living Työtehoseura ry Pitkämäki, Kankaanpää – model area of an energy efficient detached housing construction Kankaanpään kaupunki DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Projects developing concepts and services New business model for heating of property Oilon Home Oy Green Living –eco-efficient living environments NCC Rakennus Oy Model for an energy and water supply system of a residential area YIT Rakennus Oy, Uponor Suomi Oy, Fortum Oy Sustainable repair Insinööritoimisto Mikko Vahanen Oy Ecological and Digital City Concepts E.d.City Consulting Oy Piloting of business models and preparation of development program Global EcoSolutions Oy Town sustainably to the map – GIS-application on the internet Arkton Arkkitehdit Oy DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Models and system solutions 1 Energy efficient building services of commercial properties Are Oy Enerway Enerpoint Oy Energy efficiency and thermal comfort Finnglass Oy GreenStar Hopaltans Oy DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Models and system solutions 2 Design, construction and marketing concepts of concrete structured passive house Maarakennus Suutarinen Oy Energy efficiency and thermal comfort Saint-Gobain Glass Finland Oy Wall element of a passive house Mikkelin Betoni Oy Metro Taifun – pipe transportation system of waste Marimatic Oy Geothermal pump 2010 Suomen Lämpöpumpputekniikka Oy Development of passive log house Oy Timber Frame Ltd Minimal energy use in heating Taelek Oy DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community What does the programme offer its international partners? Contact with the best Finnish companies, universities and research institutions Opportunities to benefit from Finnish know-how in e.g. planning and construction and mitigating and adapting climate change Support commercialisation of business and activity on the international market DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Program management group Olavi LoukoCity of Espoo (chairman) Ilari Aho Uponor Pertti Laukkanen Vantaa Energy Raija Rinta-Erkkilä S-Ryhmä Helena Säteri Ministry of the Environment Sakari Toikkanen YIT Corporation Mauri Tommila Tommila Architects Pertti Värtö Puzair Virpi MikkonenTekes DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Contact information Program manager: Virpi Mikkonen, Tekes Tel: , virpi.mikkonen(at)tekes.fi Program coordinator: Mikko Nousiainen, Pöyry Tel: , mikko.nousiainen(at)poyry.com Tuomo Sirkiä, Pöyry Tel: , tuomo.sirkia(at)poyry.com Heikki Hirvonen, Pöyry Tel: , heikki.hirvonen(at)poyry.com Mirja Kosonen, Pöyry Tel: , mirja.kosonen(at)poyry.com Communications: Eero Lukin, Tekes Tel: , eero.lukin(at)tekes.fi For more information : DM Copyright © Tekes
Sustainable community Summary 1.Sustainable Community is a eminent business opportunity A gateway to global markets A possibility make Finland a better place to live 2.Attitude and courage is needed 3.The programme offers A interdisciplinary networking forum A channel for internationalisation and international cooperation A interaction channel for private and public sector 100 million euro resources, of which Tekes share is about h alf DM Copyright © Tekes
DM Copyright © Tekes Digital Product Process.
Electric Vehicles Industrial Cluster - NPO IKEM Corp. (Business entity of EVIC) Changing the Government Agenda of EU's poorest countries using the power.
Smart&Green Growth Clean transition to the bioeconomy BioNets Network and Profit CleanWeb Scale and Profit Arctic Seas Growth Campaigns.
Innovations in healthcare, elderly care and independent living Experiences of the FinnWell technology programme Pekka Kahri Senior Technology Adviser Services.
SHOK Strategic Centers for Science, Technology and Innovation
IDEAS Business models to underpin Energy Positive Neighbourhoods Dr Tracey Crosbie Teesside University INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SUSTAINABLE PLACES October.
Pietro Karjalainen Head of Trade Center Finpro Vietnam XX.XX.2010 Finnish Cleantech Strongholds.
1 ECOMM 2010 moving people – bridging spaces How klima:aktiv mobil helps to move and bridge DI Robert Thaler Head of Division Transport,
DM Copyright © Tekes Duration: Funding volume: 50 million euros Contact: Jerri Laine, Tekes Tel:
Sustainable Architecture in Korea The Present Situation and Policy ACGSA REPORT 31 October, 2012 Korea Institute of Registered Architects (KIRA)
Green building in Finland. What is green building? Environmentally responsible and resource-efficient process throughout a building’s life-cycle Green.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY CENTRE GEORGIA Support to renewable energy and energy efficiency utilization for sustainable development and as a result improve national.
Nordic transport infrastructure market – modelling and forecasting methods for asset management and business development Markku Riihimäki, Pekka.
GATEWAY TO FINNISH EXPERTISE 1 Commercialization guidelines – NanoCom and ProNano results Dr. Eeva Viinikka, Business Director Programme Director of National.
Tekes’s role in Fostering Innovation in Services RESER Tiina Tanninen-Ahonen Director, Service Innovation Tekes.
Public Transport’s Contribution to Sustainable Development.
23/08/20151 European Investment Bank EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK Urban Development Projects 29 th May 2009 Barbara Lemke Urban Planner Projects Directorate.
Panel on Water, Food and Energy Overview of the Water & Energy issues and their linkages with food Richard Taylor, Executive Director, International Hydropower.
The Greening of North Carolina Network NCSU IES: GNCN:
Promoting Energy Efficiency In Buildings in Developing countries. Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda Vincent Kitio, Chief (Ag) Urban Energy Section.
1 Regional Policy contributing to Sustainable Growth in Europe 2020 COCOF technical seminar Brussels 23 March 2011 Mikel LANDABASO European Commission.
Finnish Cleantech Strongholds VII. ISBF, 9 th February 2009 Radoslav Mizera Finpro Vienna.
Culminatum Innovation Oy Ltd Södertörn Group Conference 24 March 2011 Riikka Ikonen Project Manager Culminatum Innovation Oy Ltd The regional development.
January THE ISSUE Launch Event. Leicester. THE ISSUE Traffic- Health- Environment. Intelligent Solutions Sustaining Urban Economies. Professor.
What’s The Big Idea? The Energy Economy. It’s the Energy Economy Growth in a Time of Recession Opportunities in the Green Economy Southampton’s Track.
Susanna Kankaanpää Regional-scale responses to climate change in Finland.
2009 Transition Dynamics Enterprises, Inc. Used with permission. What You Need to Know about the Green Economy Add your name here.
Esa Nikunen Helsinki’s Climate Road Map 2050 Esa Nikunen, GD, Helsinki Environment Centre Paris, 30 th November
Concepts of Operations DM Copyright © Tekes.
Mr William Gillett European Commission Head of Unit, Intelligent Energy Executive Agency (IEEA) From Policy to Action “Supporting the development of CHP.
CEB and the outlook for urban investments through JESSICA Financing Sustainable Investment, Growth and Jobs in Europe’s Urban Areas Open Days, Brussels,
March 2012 Ports and Cities Conference Newcastle Dorte Ekelund, Executive Director Major Cities Unit Department of Infrastructure and Transport
Energy efficiency in buildings Monga Mehlwana Tuesday, 05 October 2010.
Federal Energy Service Company (FESCO). The potential of power consumption decrease at different stages of energy efficiency projects implementation Existing.
ICT research priorities and recommendations for strategy development in the WBC Ulrike Kunze / PT-DLR, Germany Consultation session on recommendations.
Construction in EU 2020 OG10 Meeting Brussels, April 28, 2010.
Lambeth Low Carbon Economy What is the low carbon economy? What is a green business? What is a green job? Jeremy Keates.
India Development Strategy (FY2012–FY2016) ADB India’s Country Partnership Strategy (2013 – 2017) ADB’s Long-Term Strategic Framework (Strategy 2020)
1 Operational Strategy and Climate Change Operational Programs.
ICT for Energy Efficiency Dr. Colette Maloney – Head of Unit ICT for Sustainable Growth European Commission Information Society and Media Directorate-General.
1 Strengthening innovation in chemical clusters Andrea Tilche European Commission DG Research Head of the Unit « Environmental Technologies and Pollution.
1 Athens Alternative energy solutions in Israel: technology and business trends Dr. Ofer Alon, CEO, GEG - Green Energy Group Ltd. Joel Weill,
1 Experience from Finland Christian Llull, Ho Chi Minh City, 23rd November 2015 ? Cooperation & Partnership in Wind Project Development.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT THAT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ARE INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNISED IN THE POST-2012 GLOBAL CLIMATE AGREEMENTS The local and regional perspective.
Smart Grid Status in Finland I.Country/Economy Smart Grid Status 1.High priority technical needs for smart grid development and/or deployment Research.
Tourism and Leisure Services R&D programme Funding for Innovative Tourism and Leisure Service Concepts.
The Role of Environmental Monitoring in the Green Economy Strategy K Nathan Hill March 2010.
Thailand’s National Strategy on Climate Change Aree Wattana Tummakird Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP) Ministry.
City of Munich Department of Health and Environment Urban Strategies to reduce CO 2 Emissions by 50 % by 2030 (i.e. by 10 % every five years) Case Study.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.