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Smart Community Summit 2015
Smart Community Summit 2015
17th‐18th June 2015, June 2015, Tokyo Big Sight
Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo, Japan
, Tokyo, Japan
Putrajaya Green City Initiatives towards Smart Community Green City Initiatives towards Smart Community D
Development
Dato’ Omairi bin Hashim, Vice President (City Planning), Perbadanan
Dato’ Omairi bin Hashim, Vice President (City Planning), Perbadanan Putrajaya
Outline of Presentation
1 Introduction 1.
Introduction
2. Putrajaya Green City Initiatives 3. Way Forward
Putrajaya Master Plan & Current Status of Development
Current Status of Development (2014)
Putrajaya Structure Structure Plan:
Plan:
Sustainable Putrajaya
Sustainable Putrajaya 2025
Regulatory Framework that sets policies & initiatives/programmes to turn Putrajaya into a sustainble low carbon green city Putrajaya Green City Initiatives
Green City Initiatives
Transformingg Putrajaya
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the quality of living environment by ensuring that its urban activities and development
reduces carbon emission, encourages green businesses and creates a green smart
communities
FROM GARDEN CITY TO GREEN CITY
Putrajaya: A Sustainable Low Carbon, Green Putrajaya
: A Sustainable Low Carbon, Green C
City
 At the Copenhagen COP15, Malaysia has made a conditional commitment of a reduction of carbon emission intensity of Malaysian GDP of up to
intensity of Malaysian GDP, of up to 40% by 2020 from a 2005 baseline.
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 In tabling the 2010 Malaysian Budget, bl
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the Prime Minister announced to “develop Putrajaya and Cyberjaya as develop Putrajaya and Cyberjaya as
pioneer township in Green Technology as a showcase for the development of other townships” .
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Greenhouse Gas Emissions 2013
Inventory of Putrajaya GHG Emission 2013
1. Government buildings
2. Commercial buildings
3. Public amenities and facilities
4. Residential
5 Passenger transport
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6. Freight transport & 7. Solid waste
The overall GHG emissions for year 2013 were 1,316ktCO2eq as compared to 1 120ktCO2eq for year 2012 due to the eq for year 2012 due to the
1,120ktCO
increase in:  the completed building floor space
the number of population
 the number of population
 the number of workers. Emissions per capita were 13.2tCO
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Greenhouse Gas Emissions 2013
Greenhouse Gas Emissions 2013
The inventory results indicates that the highest GHG emissions is from the building sector at 72% (953 ktCO2eq), followed by the transportation sector at 24% (312ktCO2eq) and solid waste at 4% (51ktCO2eq).
The highest source of GHG emissions is from the use of electricity at 58% (785ktCO2eq), followed by petroleum at 22% (288ktCO2eq) and natural by petroleum at 22% (288ktCO
eq) and natural
gas at 16% (214ktCO2eq). This indicates that the citywide energy sources are still dependent on non‐renewable energy
non‐renewable energy.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions 2013
Greenhouse Gas Emissions 2013
Carbon Emissions from Building Sector Building Sector Carbon Emissions by Source
Seven Focus Areas
PUTRAJAYA GREEN CITY 2025
PUTRAJAYA GREEN CITY 2025
(PGC2025)
Planning, Urban Design & Building
i. Planning principles that contributes towards reduction of carbon emission ‐ integrated & self contained neighbourhood
concept.
ii Green Building Design & Certification
ii. Green Building Design & Certification
‐ 7 buildings have obtained green building certification; 13 buildings (under construction/planning) are expected to be certified. iii Annual City Scale GHG Inventory Annual City Scale GHG Inventory
iii. iv. Reuse of Local Resources for Construction
Prime Minister Office Complex
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Green Building Index (GBI) ‐ Platinum
Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water (KeTTHA) Building
Green Building Index (GBI) – Silver Energy Commission Building
Green Building Index (GBI) ‐ Platinum
Green Building Index (GBI) Integrating Nature Into The Urban Fabric
i. Land use planning of open spaces
40% of the total area designated as open spaces (parks, lake & wetlands) to function as carbon sink.
ii Gazetting open spaces
ii. Gazetting open spaces
55% of existing open spaces have been gazetted.
iii. Annual Tree Inventory
iii. Annual Tree Inventory
Since 1997, a total of 680,769 trees were planted.
iv. Greening of Putrajaya programme
‐ Tree planting programme
‐ Putrajaya urban farming programme
Transportation & Mobility
i.
Extensive networks of pedestrian walkways & cycleways
Up to date a total of 352 249km of walkways and
Up to date, a total of 352,249km of walkways and cycleways have been constructed in Putrajaya. These networks are currently being upgraded ii
ii. Environmental friendly NGV public buses
Environmental friendly NGV public buses
150 NGV buses and 17 NGV MIDI buses in operation.
iii. ECOride EV for tourist transportation
Formula E Putrajaya ePrix
Putrajaya hosted the second championship race venue of the single‐
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seater, electrically powered racing car series during its inaugural season in 2014
Transportation & Mobility
Upcoming Projects Upcoming
Projects
i. EV Bus Demonstration project
Demonstration Project for EV buses with fast charging system in Putrajaya, in collaboration New Energy and Industrial T h l
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ii. The MRT route 2 from Sungai Buluh‐Putrajaya
A planned Mass Rapid Transit line for linking Kuala Lumpur to p
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Putrajaya and is scheduled to be completed by 2022
iii.The Kuala Lumpur–Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) project
The HSR project with a stop in Putrajaya was given the The HSR project with a stop in Putrajaya
was given the
approval to proceed and is scheduled for completion by 2020
iv.Putrajaya intra rail/ monorail service
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Request for the continuance of the project as the alignment including underground tunnel for the service has already been planned and partially constructed
Energy Usage
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More and More Renewable Energy
Building Integrated Photovoltaic showcase projects involving residential development, commercial buildings and government es de t a de e op e t, co
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offices. (2005‐2010)
Installation of solar PV with the capacity between 12kWp‐
48kWp for 24 government buildings. (2015)
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Improvement of Energy Efficiency
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Use of energy efficient light bulbs such as LED & T6 (ongoing)
Installation of light & motion sensor for lighting purposes at PJC office complex (ongoing)
iii. Voluntary participation in Building Energy Consumption ‐
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66 buildings has participated in a program to record energy
consumption using Building Consumption Input System (BCiS).
(ongoing)
Scheme for Monitoring Of Building Sector Carbon j y
Emissions in Putrajaya
future program with the assistance of National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan and Tokyo Metropolitan Government)
Water Usage
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Alternative Water Resources
city wide rain water harvesting programme via the manmade 400 hectares
Putrajaya lake.
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Treated waste water from sewage treatment plants are reused for
irrigation and general cleansing purposes.
ii. Lake Water Quality Control
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‐ Centralised sewerage treatment plant (STP), Gross pollutant trap, Wetland cell, Floating aquatic plant.
Solid Waste Management
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Provision of 3R facilities:
Permanent 3R facilities within residential areas
Permanent 3R space in government quarters
Mobile 3R facilities (residential & office)
3R boutique
Innovative Reuse of Solid Waste
Food and Garden Waste Composting
Resource Recovery and Renewable Energy center (future waste to energy project)
City Administration & Management
i. Extensive Use of Online Services ‐ to reduce usage of paper and the need to travel. E.g. Online submission for
development plan approval.
approval
ii. Encouraging Low Carbon Lifestyle through Community Programme
‐ PJC is
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programme to encourage
residents/workers to use the bicycle lane and pedestrian walkway.
‐ E.g: Putrajaya bicycle inter‐park ride, bicycle funride and walking activities
Community & Stakeholders Community & Stakeholders EEngagement
• LA21 Programmes involving the community &
stakeholders from the business community &
NGOs has already been implemented.
• Programmes such as Community Policing,
Community Gardening, Community Health &
Fitness, 3R and many others is key towards social
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development.
Way Forward
Way Forward
Way Forward
Putrajaya is a planned city based on sustainable development principles that has evolved to be a liveable, vibrant and prosperous city that has set a new
evolved to be a liveable, vibrant and prosperous city that has set a new benchmark in smart community development in Malaysia
The conscious efforts in the implementation of green city initiatives and programmes in Putrajaya city management & development by various stakeholders will ensure that a sustainable and conducive living environment will be created in line with the target set in Putrajaya Structure Plan: Sustainable P t j
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2025 Document & Putrajaya
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Green City 2025 (PGC2025)
Cit 2025 (PGC2025)
Community & stakeholders engagement through LA21 programmes, education & learning needs to be further intensified to ensure that a smart community will be
learning needs to be further intensified to ensure that a smart community will be gradually be created for the a sustainable future.
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Putrajaya welcomes the collaboration with international organisation and agencies to assist in the development of the city to be sustainable , low carbon green city of by 2025
THANK YOU
www.putrajaya.gov.my
Perbadanan Putrajaya
@perbadananputrajaya
Perbadanan Putrajaya
@putrajayacorp

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