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NIKKEN SEKKEI, Ltd.
Selected Smart Community Experiences
NIKKEN SEKKEI LTD March 5/ 2015
Presentation for Smart Community Seminar in
Andhra Pradesh
1) Nikken Sekkei Introduction
2) Selected Smart Community Projects by Nikken Sekkei
Nikken Sekkei
- Established in 1900
- Over 20,000 projects in 40 countries
- 2400+ Professionals (Registered Architects 1,047)
Nikken Group Organization
Nikken Sekkei NETWORK
China
RUSSIA
BEIJING
TIAN JIN
KAZAKHSTAN
DALIAN
JAPAN
SHANGHAI
SUZHOU
HANGZHOW
HONG KONG
NING BIAN
EGYPT
SHENZHEN
KUWAIT
SEOUL
IRAN
QATAR
Vietnam
BAHRAIN
DUBAI
OMAN
HANOI
UAE
Thailand
Malaysia
INDONESIA
HO CHI MIN
ABU DHABI
DELHI
MAKKAH
RIYADH
JEDDAH
MOROCCO
Saudi Arabia
CHENNAI
India
SINGAPORE
Philippines
Selected Smart Community Projects
by Nikken Sekkei
1. Tianjin Yujiapu APEC LCMT FS (Phase1), Tianjin, China
: Comprehensive Low Carbon Center Business District
2. Kashiwa-no-ha Smart City, Chiba Pref., Japan
: The first Full-fledged Smart City in Japan
3. Tokyo Sky Tree, Tokyo, Japan
: High-end DHC by Area Energy Management System
Tianjin Yujiapu Development Project, Tianjin, China
APEC Low Carbon Model Town (LCMT)
Project
Feasibility Study Phase1
Tianjin YUJIAPU Low-Carbon CBD
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Tianjin Yujiapu APEC LCMT FS (Phase1), Tianjin, China
- The Central Business District occupies 4km2
with a total construction area of 9,500,000m2
- Planned daytime population is 500,000 and
50,000 in nighttime.
- Construction is on-going in some part of
priority development areas.
Sino-Singapore
Eco city
Tianjin City,
Downtown
Beijing City
120km
Yujiapu
Tianjin City,
Downtown
Binhai New Area
35km
Yujiapu
Tianjin Yujiapu APEC LCMT FS (Phase1), Tianjin, China
< CO2 Reduction Target >
[ Aiming at real reduction of approximately 50% ]
In 2020 (mid-term) real reduction of approximately 30% (which is over 50% CO2/GDP)
In 2030 (long-term) real reduction of approximately 50%
t-CO2/a
BAU
(Business
as Usual) 1)
1) Standard type buildings without low carbonized
2) GDP growth by 2020 is set as 5% that is around ½ of the actual
growth with consideration of uncertainty of prediction.
3) Mitigation effects by area energy, renewal energy and untapped
energy are counted into the result of CO2 reduction in Buildings
30% reduction
(Transportation)
(Transportation)
( 30% )
50% reduction
(Transportation)
( 50% )
(Building)
(Building)
( 30% )
(Building)
( 50% )
in 2010 (Present)
(50% CO2/GDP2))
in 2020 (mid-term)
in 2030 (long-term)
Tianjin Yujiapu APEC LCMT FS (Phase1), Tianjin, China
Develop the integrated Low carbon processes by Hierarchy Approach
It is necessary to configure Breakdown targets of CO2 mitigation on each measure in each
Category to achieve the total Low carbon Target .
BAU
CO2 Emission
CO2 Mitigation Effects
Low carbon Building
Demand Side
(Buildings)
Low carbon
Urban Structure
District Energy System
Supply Side
(Area Energy)
Untapped Energy
Renewable Energy
Demand Side
Low carbon Traffic
(Transportation)
Management
Area Energy
Management System
Innovation of Low carbon Technology
by 2030
Hot
Façade
Water Lighting
AC Design
Tianjin Yujiapu APEC LCMT FS (Phase1), Tianjin, China
Propose “Smart unit development” for fitting gradual development
[Common Trench ( Main Trench)]
A smart unit can cover sub-networks of
infrastructures as follows;
500~800m
DHC supply area (Site area : 20 - 60ha)
Park and open space
DHC main plant (with untapped energy)
(demand and supply control system)
[Subway Network]
[Heat supply Network]
Sub grid
Point will be able to
connect to
neighboring unit
Main grid
(Connecting to
neighboring unit)
[BRT Network]
[Untapped and Renewable
energy Network]
Developing Smart City in Kashiwa-no-ha campus
Kashiwanoha
Shopping mall
from 2006
144,500㎡
(180 tenants)
Kashiwa-no-ha Park
“District 148”
Site area : 23,344m2
Total floor : 53,277m2
Office, Commercial,
Hotel, Rental residence
(Under construction
by 2014)
University of Tokyo
Park City Kashiwa-no-ha
Campus “2nd Town”
119,000㎡(880 units)
(Under construction)
Chiba University
Tsukuba
Kashiwa--noKashiwa
no-ha Campus
Tsukuba EX
Kashiwa City
30km
Park City Kashiwa-no-ha
Campus “1st Town”
From 2009
144,000㎡(997 units)
2,730,000m2 (273ha)
A new
population of 26,000
Kashiwa-no-ha
Campus Railway
Station
town with a planned
20km
Kunitachi
Akihabara
Tokyo
Yokohama
Tsukuba Express
(Opened in 2005)
Developing Smart City in Kashiwa-no-ha campus
Smart City Concept : Aiming a model for resolving global issues
Environmentalfriendly City
City of Health and
Longevity
Centralizing regional energy
management
Saving, creating, and storing
energy
Encouraging sustainable
localization in food and energy
Low-carbon urban
transportation
Maintaining lifelines during
disasters
Engaging in regional
collaboration for disease
prevention and preventive care
Ensuring full social participation
of the elderly population
Using information and
communication technology for
inter-generational interaction
City of New Industry
Creation
Supporting local start-ups that
utilize cutting-edge Japanese
technology
Fostering new industries that can
provide a solid foundation for a
green economy
Creating a world-leading
community of innovative start-ups
Safe, secure, and sustainable Smart City
Developing Smart City in Kashiwa-no-ha campus
Develop First Full-Fledged Smart Grid in Japan
LaLaport Kashiwa-no-ha
Storage batteries
Park City Kashiwa-no-ha
Campus 1st Town
Solar power generation
BEMS
HEMS
Kashiwa-no-ha Smart Center --
Center of Area Energy Management System
HEMS
Electric vehicles
HEMS
HEMS:
Home energy management system
BEMS:
Building energy management system
BEMS
District 148 hotel and
residences
Power company transmission
network
Park City Kashiwa-no-ha
Campus 2nd Town
District 148 shops and offices
Private emergency
transmission lines
Information and
communications network
Tokyo Sky Tree
Advanced DHC & AEMS
*AEMS: Area Energy Management System
C TOKYO-SKYTREE
Tokyo Sky Tree
Advanced DHC & AEMS
Achieving advanced and high efficient DHC with Turbo Refregerator, Heat
Pump and Mega-scale Heat Storage System
Turbo ref.
+Heat pump
Main Plant
Sub plant
Large heat storage
by water
Tokyo Sky Tree
Advanced DHC & AEMS
Top revel COP (Co efficiency of performance) of DHC
in Japan !
全国の地域冷暖房実績(平成20年度)
High
efficient
一次エネルギー効率(COP)
1.4
Sky Tree
COP=1.35
1.2
Existing
DHP Plants
全国地域冷暖房
Averaged
CO2 emission
全国地域冷暖房
from
existing DHC
平均CO2
1.0
Averaged
COP of
全国地域冷暖房
existing
DHC
平均COP
0.8
0.6
0.4
一次エネルギー効率(COP)=供給熱量/一次エネルギー消費量
Low
efficient
0.2
0
Low carbon
emission
50
100
150
販売熱量あたりCO2排出量(g-CO2 /MJ)
200
high carbon
emission
Tokyo Sky Tree Advanced DHC & AEMS
Area Energy Management System with Cloud-type network with
data interaction system by Internet
Dater Center
Management
whole energy
consumption
Data base
server
Monitor and operate
from any PC
LCEM
WEB
server
Tenants
WEB for
Homepage
Sub system for Invoice of
Energy consumption
(POS system)
Via VPN
Cloud system by Internet
Via VPN
Support by
Energy Experts
in Nikken Sekkei
Via VPN
Gather integrated
energy data from
buildings
Energy
For tenants trend data
PC for
TeSS
(annual,
monitoring
monthly,
daily)
BA-S
Sub system for
charging
energy usage
PC for BMS
NBS
Prepare
Annual & Monthly
Energy report
BMS : Building Management System
BA-S : Building Automation System
LCEM : Life Cycle Management System
Thank You

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