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2 Growth in CO2 in the Atmosphere

3 Worldwide Energy Use


5 Green Building Defined
Incorporates several Green Features Efficient Use of Water Energy Efficient & Eco Friendly Equipment Use of Renewable Energy Use of Recycled / Recyclable Materials

6 Green Building Features
Effective Use of Landscaping Effective Control & Building Management Systems Improvement indoor air quality for health and comfort

7 Green Building vs. Conventional Building
Externally : both look alike Building Use : both are same Differences Concern for human comfort & indoor environment Operational savings

8 Tangible Benefits Reduce operating costs Optimize life cycle
economic performance Sustained saving Energy savings:40-50% Water savings :20-30%

9 Intangible Benefits of Green Design
Environmental benefits Reduce impact on the environment Health and Safety Benefits Enhance occupants comfort Improve Productivity of occupants World class Standards & Procedures.

10 Economic Benefits Reduced operating costs Increased building valuation
Marketing advantages Optimizes life-cycle economic performance Improve productivity Reduced absenteeism and turnover Providing a healthy workplace improves employee satisfaction

11 LEED India Green Building Rating System
Points for individual Credits S.No Credits New Building Prerequisites 7 1 Sustainable Sites 13 2 Water Efficiency 6 3 Energy and Atmosphere 17 4 Materials and Resources 5 Indoor Environmental Quality 15 Innovation and Accredited Professional points Total 69

12 Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design
LEED INDIA Programs LEED for New Construction LEED for Existing Buildings LEED for Factory Buildings LEED for Core and Shell LEED for Homes LEED for SEZ

13 LEED Rating Systems LEED for New Construction: New construction and major renovations (the most commonly applied-for LEED certification) LEED for Existing Buildings: Existing buildings seeking LEED certification LEED for Core and Shell: Core-and-shell projects (total building minus tenant fit outs) LEED for Homes: Homes LEED for SEZ

14 LEED NC – Point Distribution
Water Efficiency 7% PLUS Innovation in Design Process 7% Energy & Atmosphere 26% Sustainable Sites 20% Indoor Environmental Quality 22% Materials & Resources 19%

15 Sustainable Sites Credit Title Points Total 13 Prereq 1
Erosion and Sedimentation Control Required Credit 1 Site Selection 1 Credit 2 Development Density & Community Connectivity Credit 3 Brownfield Redevelopment Credit 4 Alternative Transportation 1-3 Credit 5 Site Development 1-2 Credit 6 Storm Water Design Credit 7 Heat Island Effect Credit 8 Light Pollution Reduction Total 13

16 Sustainable Sites Erosion & Sedimentation Control – Taking measures to prevent soil erosion Site Selection – Land shouldn't be a agricultural land Development Density & Community Connectivity – It is required to have at least 10 basic services within 0.5mile radius Brownfield Redevelopment – Rehabilitate waste land Alternative Transportation – Public Transport Access – Bicycle Use – Alternate Fuel Vehicle – Reduce parking capacity

17 Sustainable Sites Site Development – Protect or restore habitat
– Maximize Open space Storm Water Design – Minimize storm water run-off – Treat 90% of average rainfall Heat Island Effect – Reduce heat islands on roof – Reduce heat islands on non-roof Light Pollution Reduction – Eliminate uplights and light trespass from the building site

18 Alternate Transportation

19 Green Roof

20 Water Efficiency Water Efficient Landscaping – 50% reduction of potable water for irrigation – 100% reduction of potable water for irrigation Water Efficiency in A/C System – 50% reduction of potable water for A/C systems Innovative Waste Water Technologies – Treat 50% waste water onsite to tertiary standards and used on-site Water Use Reduction – 20% reduction by maximizing water efficiency – 30 or 40 % reduction

21 Water Efficient

22 Energy & Atmosphere Credit Title Points Prereq 1
Fundamental Building Systems Commissioning Required Prereq 2 Minimum Energy Performance Prereq 3 CFC Reduction in HVAC&R Equipment Credit 1 Optimize Energy Performance 1-10 Credit 2 Renewable Energy 1-3 Credit 3 Additional Commissioning 1 Credit 4 Ozone Depletion Credit 5 Measurement And Verification Credit 6 Green Power Total 13

23 Energy & Atmosphere Fundamental Building System Commissioning – Ensure fundamental building elements are installed Minimum Energy Performance – Establish minimum level of efficiency for base building and systems Fundamental Refrigerant Management – CFC reduction in HVAC equipment Optimize Energy Performance – Achieve increase in performance than the base case Reduction in Design Energy cost (%) Points 14 2 17.5 3 21 4 24.5 5 28 6 Reduction in Design Energy cost (%) Points 31.5 7 35 8 38.5 9 42 10

24 Use of Renewable Energy
Energy & Atmosphere On-Site Renewable Energy – Encourage on-site renewable energy to reduce environmental impact by fossil fuel Additional Commissioning – Verification by a third party Ozone Depletion – Avoid using HCFC refrigerants Measurement & Verification, Base Building – Ongoing accountability of building energy consumption over time Green Power – Encourage investments in off-site renewable energy Use of Renewable Energy Points 2.5 1 7.5 2 12.5 3

25 Energy Efficient Lighting

26 Solar Panels

27 Materials & Resources Storage and Collection of Recyclables – Providing an area for collection of recyclables Building Reuse – Maintain 75% of existing walls, floors and roof (Applicable only for redevelopment projects) – Maintain 95% of existing walls, floors and roof – Maintain 50% of interior non-structure elements Construction Waste Management – Redirect 50% of recyclable and reusable materials to appropriate sites – Redirect 75% of recyclable and reusable materials to appropriate sites Material Reuse – Reuse 5% (by cost) of building materials and products to reduce demand for virgin materials – Reuse 10% (by cost) of building materials and products to reduce demand for virgin materials

28 Materials & Resources Recycled Content – Post consumer + ½ pre consumer = 10% cost – Post consumer + ½ pre consumer = 20% cost Regional Materials – 10% by cost of materials extracted, processed & manufactured regionally – 20% by cost of materials extracted, processed & manufactured regionally Rapidly Renewable Materials – 2.5% by cost of rapidly renewable materials (products made from plants) Certified Wood – Using 50% of Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified woods

29 Recycling

30 Indoor Environmental Quality
Minimum IAQ Performance – Meeting the minimum ventilation rate as per ASHRAE Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control – Prohibit smoking inside the building Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring – Monitor CO2 concentration in occupied spaces Increased Ventilation – Increase air ventilation rates to all occupied spaces by atleast 30% above the minimum rate required by ASHRAE Construction IAQ Management Plan – Reduce IAQ problems resulting from the construction/renovation process – Reduce IAQ problems before occupancy

31 Indoor Environmental Quality
Low-Emitting Materials – Use low VOC Adhesives & Sealants – Use low VOC Paints & Coatings – Use low VOC Flooring systems – Use low VOC Furniture Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source Control – Avoid exposure to use of potentially hazardous particulates & chemical pollutants Controllability of a System – Individual lighting control for 90% of building occupants – Individual thermal control for at least 50% of building occupants Thermal Comfort – Provide thermal comfort to the occupant as per ASHRAE – Monitor the thermal performance of the building within a period of 6 to 18 months after occupancy

32 Low Emitting Materials

33 Daylighting

34 Mold Prevention

35 Innovation & Design Innovation in Design – Maximum 4 points will be awarded for exceptional performance above the requirements set by LEED for Schools Green Building Rating Systems LEED Accredited Professional – At least one principal participant of the project team shall be a LEED Accredited Professional (AP)


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