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Title: GREEN%20BUILDING%20PROGRAMME


1
GREEN BUILDING PROGRAMME
  Presentation to the Portfolio Committee on
Public Works 11 August 2015

2
Presentation Outline
  • Purpose of the Presentation
  • Introduction
  • Background and History
  • Green Building Framework
  • Previous Projects and Achievements
  • Current Projects and Achievements
  • Draft Green Building Policy
  • Strategic Plan and APP
  • National and Provincial Government Cooperation
  • Plans Going Forward
  • Conclusion

3
Purpose of the Presentation
  • To apprise the DPW Portfolio Committee on
  • Green Building Programme
  • Framework and
  • Draft Policy
  • To Report on Past and Present Achievements
  • National and Provincial Cooperation and
  • To Indicate Current Plans

4
Introduction
Obligates developed countries to reduce
greenhouse gas(GHG) Emissions
South Africa
DEA - Published the National Climate Change
Response White Paper commits to reduce its GHG
emissions to 34 in 2020 and 42 in 2025
Kyoto Protocol to the United Framework Convention
1997
Developed countries seen as primarily responsible
for the current high levels of GHG emissions
DOE National Energy Efficiency Strategy by the
Department of Energy
DPW Green Building Framework by the Department
of Public Works
The Protocol is designed to also assist
developing countries in adapting to the negative
effects of climate change
DPW Green Building Policy Addressing Built
Environment sector direct influence on
greenhouse gas emissions, energy consumption,
water consumption and waste generation.
The Department of Public Works has been
instructed to ensure that all Government
buildings are energy efficient President of
the Republic of South Africa, Hon J.G Zuma, SONA
2015
5
Background and History
  • The Hon. Minister of Public Works launched the
    Departments Green Building Framework in December
    2011 during COP17
  • South Africa is a central authority on green
    building particularly on its property portfolio
  • South Africa is a co-signatory to international
    agreements which embrace sustainable human
    settlements
  • The framework was a product of two research
    papers commissioned by DPW and developed by the
    CSIR
  • - International Review on Sustainable Building,
    and
  • - National Imperatives to be addressed through
    Sustainable Building.

6
Background and History
  • The framework shall be implemented through a
    Built Environment Green Economy Programme (BEGEP)
    encompassing
  • Sustainable Building
  • Rating Tool
  • Energy Efficiency and Water Efficiency
  • Sustainable Waste
  • Social-cohesion Interventions
  • Building Retrofitting, and
  • Eco-labeling of Building Processes and Materials.

7
GREEN BUILDING FRAMEWORK
 

8
Objectives of the Framework
  • To proactively inform and support development of
    green building plans and programmes
  • To identify opportunities and threats to green
    building
  • To identify key strategic areas to meet national
    requirements
  • To integrate and consolidate principles of green
    building across areas regions and sectors
  • To focus on enhancement of human settlements and
    social cohesion and
  • To integrate the concept of green building into
    immovable asset formation in South Africa.

9
How the Framework will be Used
  • To be used by all organs of state
  • Progressive refinement of policies, programmes
    and action plans
  • Development of National Green Building
    Indicators
  • Set National Green Building Standards and
    Guidelines
  • Introduce Green Building skills development and
    training programmes and
  • Enhance research and development of capacity on
    Green Building.

10
PREVIOUS GREEN BUILDING PROJECTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
 

11
Achievements on Previous Shared Energy Contracts
From 1997 NDPW implemented shared energy contracts in 4 Regions with shared ratio Pretoria 5050, Cape Town 6040 Johannesburg , Bloemfontein 6040. From 1997 NDPW implemented shared energy contracts in 4 Regions with shared ratio Pretoria 5050, Cape Town 6040 Johannesburg , Bloemfontein 6040. From 1997 NDPW implemented shared energy contracts in 4 Regions with shared ratio Pretoria 5050, Cape Town 6040 Johannesburg , Bloemfontein 6040. From 1997 NDPW implemented shared energy contracts in 4 Regions with shared ratio Pretoria 5050, Cape Town 6040 Johannesburg , Bloemfontein 6040.
Region Activity Kwh Saved Rand Value Saved
Pretoria 2003 to 2010 The energy audit and retrofit on approximately 104 sites. 1,147,608kw/h R311,973,659
Pretoria 2010 to 2020 The contract was extended 101,770,824kw/h R36,203,787.00
Johannesburg 2000 to 2010 24 sites comprising of 600 buildings with the subsequent energy savings 108,641,210.00kw/h R 46,629,107.00
Bloemfontein 2003 to 2010 Energy audits on 15 sites comprising of 375 buildings 55,973,806 kw/h R 26,372,777.28
Cape Town 1997 to 2009 Energy audits on 39 sites 269,502,386 Kwh R 45,582,418.00
Cape Town 2011 to date A new contract was awarded in 2011 1,997,673kw/h R7,116,241.51.
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National Treasury Allocations
  • 2008/9 allocation R20m Retrofitting measures
    implemented in Pretoria Regional Office
    covered
  • 22 sites comprising of 1,981 buildings
  • Project was completed in March 2009 on budget
    with an annual saving of R4.9m
  • The project was on lighting retrofits of 53,026
    luminaries (T5) in 1,981 buildings in Pretoria
  • Area which saved 3,177.66KW
  • 2009/10 allocation of R35m for retrofitting 17
    sites comprising of 1206 buildings
  • including Union Building with total power saving
    of 3,473.30kw/h, annual saving of
  • R8,202,161.64 and
  • 2010/11 and 2011/12 allocation of R75m and R70m
    respectively and transferred to IDT, for energy
    efficiency projects.

13
Projects Implemented through IDT
  • Programme Background
  • DPW appointed the Independent Development Trust
    (IDT) to implement the Energy Efficiency
    Programme (EEP)
  • The programme was aimed at reducing the
    electricity consumption at selected DPW
    facilities through a targeted energy efficiency
    intervention
  • DPW identified 120 facilities as follows
  • Eastern Cape (60),
  • Mpumalanga (30) and
  • Northern Cape (30)
  • The programme was undertaken over two financial
    years i.e. FY 2010/2011 and FY 2011/2012.
  • Scope of Works
  • The energy efficiency intervention focused
    primarily on lighting and remote metering at
    various state-owned facilities.

14
Achievements in EC, MP NC under EEP
  • Annual Energy Savings per province
  • Assumptions 1. The hours of operation of each
    facility are different, for this programme the
    operational hours was kept at 12 hours per day,
    and 365 days was used to determine the Annual
    energy savings.
  • 2. The rate/ tariff of 40c per kWh was used to
    calculate Annual Energy savings cost

15
Conclusion on Implemented Projects
  • Some of the challenges encountered include the
    following
  • Dedicated professional services unit with
    qualified electrical engineers aligned to size of
    portfolio
  • Intensifying Monitoring and Evaluation -
    Partnership with DOE need to be instutionalised
    MOU
  • Engagement with Eskom Demand Management rebate
    programme whereby ESKOM funds 70 of the
    retrofit for commercial (public) buildings and
    DPW to pay in 30 for the total retrofit which
    will derive more benefit for state properties
  • The energy efficiency initiatives were
    implemented successfully due to the remarkable
    commitment of all stakeholders
  • The IDT has completed all programmes over the two
    financial years i.e. FY 2010/2011 and FY
    2011/2012 and currently is not working on any
    further initiatives in this regard as National
    Treasury Funding ended in 2011/12 Financial Year
    .

16
CURRENT GREEN BUILDING PROJECTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
 

17
Shared Energy Savings Contracts at DPW
  • Shared Energy Savings Contracts is an
    international model of Energy Performance
    Contracting where a private investor installs, at
    own risk, technology to achieve energy savings in
    client buildings. Return on investment is
    realised through sharing in achieved energy
    savings
  • DPW has current Shared Energy Savings Contracts
    established in 2008 and 2010 in 5 Regions namely
    Durban, Mmabatho, Polokwane, Pretoria, and Cape
    Town
  • A number of technology retrofits have been
    effected through the contracts, with energy
    consumption savings achieved
  • As part of scaling-up energy efficiency new
    Shared Energy Savings Contracts have been
    implemented in six Regions which did not have
    contracts in place. These are Johannesburg,
    Mthatha, Nelspruit, Bloemfontein, Kimberly, and
    Port Elizabeth
  • In improving from old contracts, the new
    contractors will have a Service Level Agreement
    (SLA) signed with DPW. An SLA will also be
    entered into with old contractors
  • The SLA will ensure that independent Monitoring
    and Verification (MV) of reported savings and
    project implementation
  • There is a need of improving technology
    mobilisation in order to specify the types of
    technology needed

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Interventions at Parliament Buildings
  • 90 Plain Street started on 11 March 2014 final
    handover 11 March 2015
  • Parliament Marks Building 2 Feb 2015 Handover on
    19 June 2015
  • Parliament 120 Plein street parking 4 March 2015
    Handover on 14 July 2015
  • Tuinhuis 13 March 2015 Handover 13 July 2015

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Independent Monitoring and Verification (M V) of
Energy Savings Contracts
  • The Department of Public Works will be
    undertaking an independent Monitoring and
    Verification of new shared energy savings
    contracts as part of the Service Level Agreement.
  • Initial sample of Monitoring and Verification
    have been undertaken in the following building
    Pretoria Durban and Cape Town, the result
    indicated that
  • Savings have been achieved in the sample
    buildings and
  • There is a risk of lack of on-going independent
    monitoring and verification of invoicing from
    Municipalities and reported energy savings.
  • DPW will be undertaking a full independent M and
    V exercise on all old energy savings contracts
  • M and V is expected to provide skills development
    and Job opportunities to young people and
    unemployed graduates as this process will be part
    of the National Provincial Implementation plan

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Achievements from April 2011 to March 2014
Audited/ Actual Performance/ Achievements Audited/ Actual Performance/ Achievements Audited/ Actual Performance/ Achievements
2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
122,768,298.4 kilowatt-hour ( kwh) reduction in usage achieved on energy consumption 172,529,811.4 kilowatt-hour ( kwh) reduction in usage achieved on energy consumption 188,833,980.4 kilowatt-hour ( kwh) reduction in usage achieved on energy consumption
2,113,164 kilolitre- (kl) reduction in usage achieved on water consumption 517,463 kilolitre- (kl) reduction in usage achieved on water consumption 1,328,627 kilolitre- (kl) reduction in usage achieved on water consumption
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Achieved Interventions to Date
  • Finalisation of an international best practice
    tool Energy Performance Certificates (EPC)
  • Shared Water Savings contract in the biggest
    Region, Pretoria, realising R300 Million water
    savings over the past 10 years
  • The DoE/DPW Target Monitoring System being
    developed has contributed to initial
    installation of 100 Smart Meters in buildings
    belonging to DPW and Provinces. Installation of
    200 is underway
  • National Energy Efficiency Strategy will provide
    for uniform targeted setting and reporting on
    Energy Efficiency and
  • Initial training of DPW and Provincial officials
    (Introduction to Energy Efficiency) through
    V-NAMA initiative, targeting Energy Efficiency in
    National, Provincial, and Local Government
    buildings.

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DRAFT GREEN BUILDING POLICY
 

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Policy Content
  • Introduction
  • Background and Context
  • Policy Application
  • Benefits and Outcomes
  • Policy Objectives
  • Policy Principles and
  • Policy Review.

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Policy Background and Context
  • Sustainable Development integration of social,
    economic and environmental factors to ensure that
    development serves present and future
    generations. Water, Energy and Food nexus
  • Green Economy results in improved human
    well-being and social equity, significantly
    reducing environmental risks and ecological
    scarcities
  • Green Building building structure and
    construction that is environmentally responsible
    and resource friendly
  • Green Precincts - focus on strategic location
    linkages and land-use reducing car travel and
    more efficient energy and water use and
  • Sustainable Buildings associated with sustainable
    building and construction.

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Policy Objectives
  • Guidelines on the implementation
  • Steps to transition to a low carbon economy
  • Implementation of energy efficiency programmes
  • Provide parameters for the planning and design of
    green building programmes
  • Transitioning to a climate resistant and low
    carbon economy
  • Contribute to the global effort to stabilise
    against greenhouse emission and
  • Dematerialising the economy and promotion of air
    quality.

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Policy Principles
  • DPW to provide leadership
  • Development to be on Brownfield rather than
    Greenfield
  • Phasing out of inefficient lighting T12
    Fluorescent
  • Display of Energy, Water and Waste Performance
    Certificates on Government Buildings and
  • Green Building Rating Tool.

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Policy Guidelines
  • Retrofitting of buildings
  • Energy, Water and Waste Management Plans
  • Eco-Labelling of building materials
  • Green Procurement and
  • National Building Regulations.

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Expected Benefits and Outcomes of the Policy
  • Reduction of costs
  • Retrofitting of existing infrastructure
  • Improvement of climate change adaptation and
    mitigation strategies
  • Proactive development of plans and programmes
  • Integration of the principles of green building
    across the entire property portfolio under the
    custodianship of DPW
  • Focus on maintenance and enhancement of a chosen
    level of environmental and social quality and
  • Promotion of black economic empowerment and job
    creation.

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Policy Review
  • Monitoring and evaluation of this Policy will be
    undertaken by a Joint Committee established
    through DPW and will draw on formal and
    structured inputs from
  • DPW Facilities Management, Asset Management,
    Professional Services and Regional Offices
  • Department of Energy
  • Department of Environmental Affairs
  • Department of Water and Sanitation
  • Agreement South Africa
  • Construction Industry Development Board
  • CSIR and
  • The South African Bureau of Standards.

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Policy Drafting Status
  • Policy presented to MINMEC
  • Consultation with Client Departments and
    Provincial DPW Departments
  • Incorporation of inputs and
  • Project Plan toward approval.

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Strategic Plan and APP
GREEN BUILDING PROGRAMME

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PROGRAMME 6 PMTEFACILITIES MANAGEMENT
SERVICESStrategic Objectives and Strategic Plan
Targets
Strategic Objective Strategic Plan (5 year target)
6.1.A SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SHERQ MANAGEMENT 6.1.A SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SHERQ MANAGEMENT
To ensure the scheduled maintenance of freehold property 15000 identified buildings with Facilities Management contracts in place
To ensure the scheduled maintenance of freehold property 11 Building Management Systems installed
To ensure energy and water efficiency in freehold property 1,628,500,000 kilowatt-hour (Kwh) reduction in usage achieved on energy consumption
To ensure energy and water efficiency in freehold property 23,843,634 kilolitre -(kl) reduction in usage achieved on water consumption
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Programme 6 Strategic Objective Annual Targets
for 2015/16 2017/18Table 26 Programme 6
Strategic Objective Annual Targets for 2015/16
-2017/18
Strategic Objective Strategic Plan( 5 Year target) Audited/ Actual Performance/ Achievements Audited/ Actual Performance/ Achievements Audited/ Actual Performance/ Achievements Estimated Performance 2014/15 Medium Term Targets Medium Term Targets Medium Term Targets
Strategic Objective Strategic Plan( 5 Year target) 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Estimated Performance 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18
1. To ensure energy and water efficiency in freehold property 1, 628,500,000 kilowatt-hour ( kwh) reduction in usage achieved on energy consumption 122,768,298.4 172,529,811.4 188,833,980.4 190,000,000 220,000,000 250,000,000 350,000,000
23,843,634 kilolitre- (kl) reduction in usage achieved on water consumption 2,113,164 517,463 1,328,627 3,550,480 3,905,528 4,296,080 4,725,688
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PROGRAMME 6 PMTEFACILITIES MANAGEMENT
SERVICESPerformance indicators and annual
targets for 2015/16 -2017/18
Performance Indicator Performance Indicator Medium-Term Targets Medium-Term Targets Medium-Term Targets
Performance Indicator Performance Indicator 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18
6.1.A B SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SHERQ MANAGEMENT / UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE 6.1.A B SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SHERQ MANAGEMENT / UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE 6.1.A B SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SHERQ MANAGEMENT / UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE 6.1.A B SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SHERQ MANAGEMENT / UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE 6.1.A B SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SHERQ MANAGEMENT / UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
1. Reduction in kilowatt-hour (Kwh) usage achieved on energy consumption 220,000,000 250,000,000 350,000,000
2. Reduction in kilolitre -(kl) usage achieved on water consumption 3,905,528 4,296,080 4,725,688
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National and Provincial Cooperation
 
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BACKGROUND ON CO-OPERATION WITH STAKEHOLDERS
  • A cooperation agreement on technical support on
    Energy Efficiency between DPW and DoE was entered
    into in 2008/9
  • An amendment to include the Department of
    Environmental Affairs an establish a tripartite
    MOU is currently going signing by the three
    Departments to provide for support in all Green
    Building subsets
  • MOU to support implementation of Green Building
    Framework launched in 2011, and finalisation of
    National/Provincial Green Building Policy with
    Implementation Framework to be finalised by
    August 2015 following a MINMEC directive
  • A DPW Implementation Plan 2015/16 on Scaling-up
    Green building has been developed and
  • Implementation of Green Building subsets shall
    involve Provincial spheres of Government through
    a Cooperation Framework 2015/16 and beyond which
    entails a 5 Point Plan drawing from lessons
    learnt at DPW level.

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Prescripts, Standards and Interventions Through
DPW/DoE/DEA Cooperation
Interventions Status Application
Green Building Framework Finalised December 2011 DPW
Vertically inclined- National Appropriate Mitigation Actions (V-NAMA) Pilot Business Case-in Response to Second Call of UNEP application Finalised July 2014 National, Provincial, and Local Government pilot project
Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) Finalised February 2015 Public Buildings National and Provincial
National Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Strategy Finalised April 2015 Public Buildings - National and Provincial
Energy Efficiency Policy Mapping create alignment Finalised May 2015 National
1st Phase of Target Monitoring System (Energy Efficiency) tracking effect of National Energy Efficiency Strategy- public buildings Finalised June 2015 Public Buildings National and Provincial
EPC Pilot Implementation Plan Finalised July 2015 National. To be presented for Provincial consideration
Smart Meter Installation on 300 pilot buildings Current Public Buildings National and Provincial
Energy Audits Baseline Determination for pilot Public Buildings 188 for phase 1, 150 buildings Energy Audits by Shared Energy Savings Contractors Current Current Public Buildings National and Provincial
Energy Shared Savings Contracts Commenced January 2015 National - To be presented for Provincial consideration
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National/Provincial Cooperation Framework 5
Point Green Building Plan
  • Identification of pilot projects on the Green
    Building various subsets
  • Development of an Implementation Plan for pilot
    projects and policy
  • Setting Institutional arrangements
  • Formalisation of uniform Reporting processes and
    setting a dashboard and
  • Assessment of Government prescripts and
    programmes for uniform implementation.
  • Guidance and oversight of implementation
    provided at MINMEC level.

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Plans Going ForwardPilot projects and long-term
interventions on various subsets
  • One pilot per Province/Region per subset i.e.
    Energy, Water, Waste, Management and Indigenous
    Knowledge Systems (IKS)
  • Proposal to be submitted by 15 August 2015
  • Projects under the various subsets shall be
    clearly identified and agreed upon in guiding
    Provinces/Regions in Identifying pilot projects
  • Target setting for public buildings for National
    Energy Efficiency Strategy 2015-2030 and
  • Institutional Capacity Assessment in DPW Regions.

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.Plans Going Forward (Continued) - Technology
Mobilisation
Energy Management Water Management Waste Management IKS
Efficient Light Bulbs as retrofitting mechanism and Procurement Directive Motion sensors Smart Metering Use of telematics and Building Information Model for reporting Implement Shared Water Savings Contracts Geyser timers, energy Water efficiency technologies Implementation of Treasury directive on recovery of white paper for recycling Planting sustainable indigenous plants
Setting uniform reporting in Kilowatt/hour and Rand value Saving Uniform reporting dashboard Independent Monitoring Verification (MV) for Shared Energy Contracts Rollout of Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Standard Sensors for control (taps, toilets, etc), sprinkler irrigation and other water efficiency technologies Setting uniform reporting in Kilo litre hour and Rand value Saving Independent Monitoring Verification (MV) for Shared Water Contracts Development of Standard for Water Performance Certificate (WPC) Earth friendly cleaning materials and furniture from sustainable sources Rainwater harvesting,
Awareness campaigns, Institutional Capacity Assessment Awareness campaigns, Institutional Capacity Assessment Awareness campaigns, Institutional Capacity Assessment Awareness campaigns,
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.Plans Going Forward (Continued) - Technology
Mobilisation
Energy Management Water Management Waste Management IKS
Waste-to-Energy (i.e. Correctional Facilities) Solar rooftops Water demand management Water leak detection, Waste separation for recycling Colour-coded bins in Government buildings to separate waste Rooftop/ vertical gardens
DPW target of 220,000,000 Kwh savings, and 2015/16 financial year 1,628,500,000 kilowatt-hour (Kwh) reduction in usage over next 5 years DPW target of 3,900,000 kiloliter saving on water for the 2015/16 financial year 23,843,634 kilolitre -(kl) reduction in usage over next 5 years Target 3 sites per Region for 2015/16 Target 1 Building per Region for 2015/16
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CONCLUSION
  • Approval Process for the Draft Green Building
    Policy
  • Finalisation of a Sector Plan
  • Undertaking Projects with DoE and DEA
  • International Cooperation and
  • Delivery on APP Commitments.

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