IGBC Rating Systems for Greening Indian Railways Indian Green

IGBC Rating Systems
for Greening Indian Railways
29 June 2017, Hyderabad
Indian Green Building Council
Agenda
# 1) About IGBC &
Green Building Movement in India
# 2) IGBC initiatives for Indian Railways
# 3) Green Building Concepts & Case Studies
# 4) Next steps on Action plan
– Indian Railways & IGBC
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
# 1) IGBC &
Green Building Movement in India
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
CII – Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre,
Hyderabad, India
A unique Public – Private Partnership
( CII, Govt of Andhra Pradesh, USAID and Pirojsha Godrej Foundation )
IGBC’s Headquarters & ©India’s
First
Platinum
Rated Green Building
Confederation
of Indian
Industry
CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre
(IGBC HQ), Hyderabad, India
Inaugurated by Dr A P J Abdul Kalam
Hon’ble President of India on 14 July 2004
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Indian Green Building Council (IGBC)
 IGBC formed by CII in 2001
 CII - Apex Indian industry
association formed in 1895
 Vision of IGBC
 Enable ‘sustainable built
environment for all’
 India to be one of the global
leaders in sustainable built
environment by 2025
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Green Building Movement in India
In 2001,
1 Green Building
20,000 sq.ft.
4,077 Green Building Projects
4.50 Billion sq. ft.
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Green Building Statistics of India
 Green Building Footprint : 4,077 projects
(4,500 Million sq.ft)
1,600+
200+
1,600+
Green Homes
Green Factories
Green Offices
45+ Green
Townships
260+
Green
Transit
8
Green
Villages
© Confederation of Indian Industry
2 Green
Cities
IGBC Major Milestone
4.5
Billion
Square feet
4070 + Projects Going Green
India stands 2nd in the World
© Confederation of Indian Industry
& Engineers
© Confederation of Indian Industry
IGBC Green Rating Systems
Commercial
Health & Wellbeing
Industrial
Built Environment
IGBC Green New
Buildings
IGBC Green
Healthcare Facilities
Rating
IGBC Green
Factories
IGBC Green Cities
IGBC Green
Existing Buildings
IGBC Green Villages
IGBC Green SEZ
IGBC Green
Township
IGBC Wellbeing
Rating*
IGBC Green
Interiors
IGBC Green
Campus
IGBC Green Data
Centres
IGBC Green
Landscape
Residential
Education
Transit
IGBC Green Homes
IGBC Green
Schools
IGBC Green Metro
Stations
IGBC Green
Residential Society
IGBC Green
Affordable Housing *
IGBC Green
Existing Metros
IGBC Green Railway
Stations
* Under Development
Only Green
Building Council in the World to have 20 Different Ratings
IGBC Rating Systems
Consensus Based, Inclusive
 Rating Programmes developed in collaboration

IGBC Green Railway Stations
 Ministry of Railways
 IGBC Green MRTS
 Delhi Metro Rail Corporation
Green
Campus
 IGBC
IGBC
Green
SEZ
IGBC Green Interiors
IGBC Green Cities
 Ministry of Commerce & Industry
 IGBC Green Affordable Housing
 Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation
 IGBC Green Interiors
 Institute of Indian Interior Designers (IIID)
IGBC Green Residential
 IGBC Green
Healthcare
Welfare Association
 Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
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 IGBC Green Villages
 Ministry of Rural Development
IGBC Green Affordable
Housing
© Confederation of Indian Industry
IGBC Accredited Professional Exam
 Objective
 Recognise holistic understanding
of green building concepts
 Meet the demand for qualified
Indian Green building professionals
 On-line Examination
 Registration to Result
 2,400+ qualified professionals
 300 professionals taking up in next
5-6 months
© Confederation of Indian Industry
# 2) IGBC Green Building Initiatives
for
Indian Railways
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Indian Railways
 One of the world’s largest Rail Network
 India’s Pride
 Innovation by Railways
 Bench mark for the Country
 Computerisation
 Many measures - Larger Impact on the society
 Replacing 1.4 million incandescent lamps with CFLs
 Annual energy saving of 112 Giga units
 CO2 emission reduction of 90,000 tonnes
 Installation of solar photovoltaic panels on buildings
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Green built environment initiatives by railways
will have far-reaching impacts
MoU Signed between Ministry of Railways & CII
(26 July 2016, New Delhi)
 Programmes to be taken under this MoU
 Exclusive Green Rating for Railways
 Energy Efficiency Studies at Production Units
IGBC Rating Systems for Railways
Stations
Offices &
Training Institutions
IGBC Green
Railway Stations
IGBC Green
New Buildings & Campuses
IGBC Green
Existing Buildings
Environmental
Economic
Production Units &
Warehouses
CII’s
Green Co Rating
Social
Schools &
Hospitals
IGBC
Green Schools
IGBC
Green Healthcare
P i l o t Ve r s i o n
Gr een Railway Stations
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Launch of IGBC Green Railway Stations
(Draft Pilot Version)
Launch of IGBC Green Railway Stations Rating (Draft Pilot Version)
by Mr Suresh Prabhu, Honble Minister of Railways, Government of
India at IGBC’s Green Building Congress 2016 on 8 October
© Confederation of Indian Industry
IGBC Green Railway Stations Rating
 Vision
 Facilitate and support Greening of Railway Stations in
India to emerge as world-class green railway stations.
 Objective
 Ensure Environmental Sustainability
 Enhance Commuter Experience
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Scope of
IGBC Green Railway Stations Rating
Existing
Station
New
Station
 Enable both new stations and
existing stations
 Integrate
the
environmental
friendly concepts
 Foster tangible and intangible
benefits
© Confederation of Indian Industry
IGBC Green Railway Stations Rating:
100 Credit points under Six Modules
Modules
% Weightage
Sustainable Station Facility
24
Health Hygiene & Sanitation
20
Energy Efficiency
22
Water Efficiency
16
Smart & Green Initiative
12
Innovation & Development
05
TOTAL
100
Threshold Criteria for Certification Level
Credit Points
Certification
Level
Recognition
40-49
Certified
Good Practices
50-59
Silver
Best Practices
60-79
Gold
National
Excellence
80-100
Platinum
Global
Leadership
Focus Areas for Green Railway Stations
10.
Green
Education
1.
Health and
Hygiene
2.
Daylight &
Fresh Air
Ventilation
3.
Smart
Passenger
Services
9.
Universal
Design
Green
Attributes
8.
Green
Spaces
4.
Water
Efficiency
7.
Clean
Handling
of Waste
6.
Smart
Monitoring
5.
Energy
Efficiency
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Commuter-centric approach
Station
Management
– Energy,
Water, Health
& comfort
Efficiency of
rail based
system
Enhanced
commuting
experience
Innovation
Environment
Certification Process
Registration of Railway Station
with CII - IGBC
15 Days
Pre-Implementation Audit:
Interaction with Zonal Railway
Officials on existing scenario & Audit
15 Days
Green Project Identification
Implementation Phase:
Implementation of green features at
Railway Station
Post-Implementation Audit:
Interaction with Zonal Railway on
implemented Green features &
Green Railway Station Audit
15 Days
5 Days
IGBC announces Rating
Station accepts the Rating
IGBC presents plaque/ certificate
indicating certification level
No
Zonal Railway can
appeal within 30 days
of announcement of
Rating
# 3) Green Building Concepts
© Confederation of Indian Industry
The Concept of Green Buildings
Green Building – The Definition
A green building is one which uses
 Less water
 Optimizes energy efficiency
 Conserves natural resources
 Generates less waste
 Provides healthier spaces for people
as compared to a conventional
building
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Rediscovery of the Indian ethos
 5 elements of Nature (Panchabhutas)
Prithvi (Earth)
Site Selection and Planning
Jal (Water)
Water Conservation
Agni (Fire)
Energy Efficiency
Vayu (Air)
Indoor Environmental Quality
Akash (Sky)
Daylight, Night Sky Pollution
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Water Body
Local materials
Views
Daylighting
Tangible Benefits
 Reduce operating costs
ITC Royal Gardenia, Bangalore
Platinum Rated
 Optimize life cycle
economic performance
 Sustained savings
 Energy savings: 30 – 50 %
 Water savings: 20 – 30 %
 Reduction in initial investment
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What Green Buildings did differently
Electrical Demand
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What Green Buildings did differently
Lighting
1.5
0.5
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What Green Buildings did differently
Air-conditioning Design Efficiency (sft/TR)
Air-conditioning Design
600
150
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Intangible Benefits of Green Design
 Environmental benefits
 Reduce impact on the
environment
 Health and Safety benefits
 Enhance occupant comfort
 Improve Productivity of
occupants
TCS Technopark, Chennai
Gold rating
World Class Standards & Procedures
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Case Studies
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
First Indian Railways Green Building project
Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineering (IRICEN)
Pune
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Location and Site
 Located in Pune
 The site previously housed an Old Officers Rest
House which was demolished for new Office
building for IRICEN.
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Some Key Features
 Building Integrated Photovoltaic
 Good amount of daylighting
 Reuse of Salvaged materials
 Water efficient fixtures
 LED lighting fixtures
 100% of waste water treated by STP
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to the tertiary standards
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Landscape Design
 Lawn planted in the project is native species i.e.
Cynodon Dactylon. Native for Pune climate and requires
less maintenance
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Daylighting…
 Central Courtyard is accounting for good daylight
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Daylighting
 More number of openings are contributing to the good
daylight in regularly occupied spaces
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Heat Island Effect – Roof
 96% of the exposed area is
covered with Thermoshield paint
with SRI value of 94
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 4% is covered with Solar Panels
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Renewable Energy - BIPV
 Building integrated photovoltaic
(BIPV) of 40 kW capacity
 Total renewable energy caters
to 11 % of the total annual
energy consumption, by cost
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Energy Management
 WWR – 20%
 Overdeck insulation
 Double glazed unit
 Good building envelope
 Efficient interior lighting
 VRV - 4.85 COP
 Daylight, CO2 and
occupancy sensors
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 Energy Cost Savings : 45%
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Reused Salvaged Materials
 Reused materials from
demolition:
 Wood beams & posts
 Tiles & Flooring
 Railway sleeper wood
 Reused materials in New
building:
 Wall paneling, stage flooring
 Wall ceiling & flooring material
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 Furniture – Sofa, table and chairs
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Bombay House, Mumbai
About the Project:

4 storied with a roof penthouse office building. Heritage Grade IIA rated
structure by the heritage committee of BMC.

Located in the heart of the Mumbai Business district, less than 1,000
meters away from major railway station, Churchgate & CST

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Total
area of the building is 10,871 Sq. M =
Around 117,000
Sq. Ft
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of Indian Industry
India’s first IGBC ‘Gold’
Rated
Existing Building
Bombay House - Energy Performance
Over Years
EPI in 2016: 109
kWh/yr/m2
EPI in 2013: 112
kWh/yr/m2
EPI in 2012:
122 kWh/yr/m2
LED Lighting retrofits,
EPI in 2011 :
144 kWh/yr/m2
EPI in 2010:
172 kWh/yr/m2
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Star rated appliances,
BMS systems
Efficient Chillers (6.3 COP),
Lighting retrofits (T5s),
VFDs
Bombay House, Mumbai
IGBC Green Existing Building GOLD
© Confederation of Indian Industry
What Bombay House did Differently
Leading Factors ….
RECs
Rain Water
Harvesting
VFDs
& BMS systems
Chillers
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/ BEE 3 Star
© Confederation of Indian Industry
ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Retrofit efforts
SN
Initiatives
Energy Savings
(kWh/yr)
CO2 Savings
(Tons/yr)
1,52,000
67
1
Installation of 336 TR Chiller Plant ( Voltas)
2
Installation of VFDs on pumps
40,000
29
3
Installation of VFDs in AHUs
27,500
10
4
Revamping of Lighting Systems
1,07,000
102
5
Revamping through BMS systems
13,000
9
6
Installation of Energy saver AC & other
circuits
85,000
15
7
Interlocking system of window/split ACs to
Central Chiller plant
40,000
28
8
Replacement of inefficient ACs
53,000
37
Total
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5,17,500
kWh
Recertified Platinum
rating
after 2 years
© Confederation
of Indian Industry
297 Tons
Godrej Bhavan, Mumbai
Gold rated
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Major Retrofits Carried Out
 HVAC system
 Upgradation of existing chillers
 Water cooled Chiller with COP of
5.5
 Building Management System
 Installation of Digital Energy
Meters
BMS
Double Glazed Glass
 Sourcing of energy efficient
technologies and green materials

CFL with low mercury content
 Upgraded electrical systems
 Reliable operations – electrical
faults
Green Roofs

 Maintain a cool microclimate
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Green Roofs
Cost Benefit Analysis
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Government & IGBC
Few Green Building Case Studies
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Indira Paryavaran Bhawan, MoEF, New Delhi
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MoEF’s Indira Paryavaran Bhawan, New Delhi
Net Zero Building – IGBC Platinum
 N-S Orientation – Limiting WWR
 Energy Demand & Supply :
 Requirement : 14,21,000 kWh/
year
 RE Generation : 14,91,000 kWh/
year
 Extremely Low Lighting Power
Density – 0.5 W/sft
 Efficient HVAC with Screw
Chillers, VFD’s
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Net Zero Energy Government Building
New Paryavaran Bhavan, Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB), Gandhinagar
First Government Green Building in Gujarat
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB), Gandhinagar
Net Zero Building – IGBC Gold
New Paryavaran Bhavan, Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB), Gandhinagar
 80 kW solar PV installed
 Energy efficient building envelope
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First Government Green Building in Gujarat
© Confederation of Indian Industry
First Government Green Office Building in New
Delhi
Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan, Ministry of External Affairs,
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Government of India, New Delhi
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Green Features in Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan
Courtyard Integration for Daylight, Views and
Ventilation Performance
BMS Integration of
MEP Systems
>30%
Energy
Savings
>50%
Water
Savings
>95%
Recycle
Waste
>90%
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Views
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Few Green Concepts
What Green Buildings Did Differently
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Natural Vegetation
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GPRA complex, Moti Bagh, New Delhi,
IGBC Silver
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Vegetable Garden over Roof
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>95% of the Roof Utilized for Urban Farming
Asset Aura, Bengaluru – IGBC Platinum
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Heat Island Effect, Roof
TANDOOR TILES
@ 50+° C
LANDSCAPE
@ 40+° C
Original Image of the terrace garden
Thermal Image of the terrace garden
Thermal Image of Godrej
Bhavan Terrace Garden.
Vegetated Landscape helps in
reducing
the Heat Island effect.
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Heat Island Effect: Non Roof
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La Residency, IGBC Platinum
Quiescent Heights, IGBC Gold
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Outdoor Light Pollution Reduction
 Reducing light pollution, to increase night sky access
 Enhances nocturnal environment
 No Upward Lighting
 Lighting Power Density: Reduced by 30%
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Beary’s Global Research Triangle,
Bengaluru
Platinum Rated
Daylighting . . .
Daylight glazing and light shelves allow daylight to penetrate
deeper into the buildings
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Daylighting
Day light
pane
External
shading
View pane
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Sun Pipe
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Shading Devices
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Tata Inora, Pune
IGBC Gold
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Star-rated Appliances
 Energy efficient fans
 BEE 3 star rated or
equivalent
 Minimum 25% reduction
 Energy Efficient
Appliances
BEE Star Labeling
 BEE Star or equivalent
Labeling
 Air conditioners
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BEE Star Labeling
 Pumps
 LEDs
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Solar Farms
 Solar farm inside campus
 Capacity : 300 kW
 18% of total energy
need
Solar Farm in IMGEOS & NDEM Facility
of ISRO, Shad nagar, IGBC Platinum
 Innovative use of canopy
 Cuts off solar radiation
from east
 Building Integrated
Photovoltaic capacity:
7.2 kW
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Innovative use of canopy in PUMA, Bangalore –
IGBC Platinum
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Solar Air-conditioning
 Entire building solar air-conditioned through
Vapour absorption system
 90 TR hot water fired VAM system
 Caters to 36,000 sq.ft
 Reduction in HVAC electrical load of 117 kW
 In-situ wind turbine of capacity 5kW
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Turbo Energy Limited, Chennai – Platinum rated
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Building Reuse
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Ambuja Cement Corporate Office,
Gurgaon
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Reuse of Salvaged Materials
Use of railway sleepers bought from railway auction
Furniture from salvaged Pine Wood
Eicher Corporate Office, Gurgaon
Platinum Rated
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Organic Waste Management, Post Occupancy
Strategies
Green
Schools
Mechanical Process
Natural Process
Vermi-composting
Leaf Composter
Organic Waste Composter
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Kambha
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Automated Solid Waste ManagementProcess
Step 1: Segregation at room level
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Step 2: Pneuamtic Tube
(front end) System at
each ward
Step 3: Pneuamtic
Tube
(last end)
Step 4: Waste
system at Common
© Confederation of Indian Industry collected send to the
waste collection
Zero Construction Waste - Prefab
Day 7
Day 1
Day 10
Day 2
Day 11
Day 5
Day 14
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Day 9 of Indian Industry
© Confederation
Water Efficient Plumbing Fixtures
 Low Flow Fixtures
 6 Liters per minute
 Taps fitted with Aerators
 Low Flush fixtures
 3/6 liters per flush – dual flush
Aerators
Small in Size, Big in Savings
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Aerators
Waterless Urinal
Key Valve
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CII – Godrej GBC, Hyderabad
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Phytoremediation
Waste Water Treatment
CII Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre



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Commissioner of Industries, Hyderabad
Investment Rs 50,000 per m3
No operating cost
Payback: 3 to 5 yrs
Application
 Domestic sewage
 Industrial wastewater
 Municipal wastewater
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Bio-Wall
 ‘Bio-wall' an interior wall of
vegetation that filters out
contaminants
 Clean filtered indoor air for
occupants
 Also it helps in keeping
Hero Motocorp, Jaipur – Platinum rated
 Reduce load on Air-conditioning
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Pedestrian Network
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Shaded Pedestrian Network
Reliance Corporate Park Navi Mumbai
– IGBC Platinum
© Confederation
of Indian Industry
Bicycle Lane Network
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Encouraging Green Transit within the Campus
Reliance Corporate Park Navi Mumbai
– IGBC Platinum
© Confederation
of Indian Industry
Universal Design – Few examples
Reserved Parking
Rest Room
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Ramp
Cygnus World School, Vadodara
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Health and Wellbeing Facilities
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MNIT Jaipur – IGBC Platinum © Confederation of Indian Industry
Health & Well-being Facilities
Gymnasium
Badminton Court
Basketball court
® Swimming pool
Indian School of Business, Hyderabad
IGBC Platinum
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Yoga &Meditation Room
# 4) Next steps on Action plan
– Indian Railways & IGBC
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
A tweet by Shri Suresh Prabhu,
The Hon’ble Railway Minister of India
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Next steps on Action plan …
 Green Rating for Railway Stations
 Registration with IGBC & Feasibility Study
 Feasibility Report: Implemented green features and Improvement
opportunities/ New green initiatives
 Implementation of Green Features
 Preliminary Submission  IGBC, Clarification Submission  IGBC
 Final Audit for Assessment and Award of Green Rating & Plaque
 Green Rating for ‘Railway Buildings’
Eg: Office, Hospital, School
 Registration with IGBC & Feasibility Study
 IGBC & Indian Railways
 Facilitate wider adoption of the green rating for stations & buildings
in all divisional railways
List of Railway Projects going Green with IGBC …
S.No
Project
Zone
Rating
Status
1
Rail Nilayam, Hyderabad
SCR
Existing
Building
Registered
2
Hyderabad Bhavan
SCR
Existing
Building
Registered
3
Kachiguda Railway Station
SCR
Registered
4
Vijayawada Railway Station
SCR
5
Tirupati Railway Station
SCR
6
Guntur Railway Station
SCR
7
Central Stores, Hyderabad
SCR
Railway
Station
Railway
Station
Railway
Station
Railway
Station
Green Factory
8
Guntakal Railway Building
SCR
New Building
Registered
9
Supervisor Training Center,
Hyderabad
SCR
Campus
In process of
registration
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Registered
Registered
Registered
In process of
registration
List of Railway Projects going Green with IGBC
S.No
Project
Zone
Rating
Status
10
SWR
Registered
SWR
Existing
Buildings
Campus
12
Rail Souda, Corporate Building,
Hubli
Supervisor Training Center,
Bangalore
Central Hospital, Hubli
SWR
Healthcare
13
Hubli Railway Station
SWR
14
Bangalore Railway Station
SWR
15
Mysore Railway Station
SWR
Railway
Station
Railway
Station
Railway
Station
In process of
registration
In process of
registration
In process of
registration
In process of
registration
In process of
registration
16
IRISEN, Pune
CR
New Building
Certified
17
ICF, Chennai
SR
Certified
18
VIP Rest Houses at Poes
Garden, Chennai
SR
Existing
Buildings
Homes
Registered
19
SEC railway Higher Secondary
School
SER
Schools
Registered
11
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Initial Feasibility Studies
 Katra
 Secunderabad
 Jaipur
 New Delhi
 Varanasi
 Chennai
 Vijayawada
 Guntur
 Tirupati
 Hubli
 Kacheguda
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Successfully completed with full support of respective
© Confederation
Indian Industry
Divisions,
Zones ofand
Stations
Katra Railway Station - NR
IGBC Green Campus
IGBC Green Cities
IGBC Green Residential
Welfare Association
IGBC Green Interiors
Meeting with Ferozpur Division and Katra Railway Station team
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Secunderabad Railway Station - SCR
IGBC Green Campus
IGBC Green Interiors
Meeting with Secunderabad
Railway Station team
IGBC Green Residential
Welfare Association
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Jaipur Railway Station - NWR
Meeting with Jaipur Railway
Station team
IGBC Green Campus
IGBC Green Interiors
IGBC Green Residential
Welfare Association
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Presentation to DRM & ADRM,
Jaipur Division, NWR
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Varanasi Railway Station - NR
IGBC Green Campus
IGBC Green Interiors
IGBC Green Residential
Welfare Association
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Meeting with Varanasi Railway Station team
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Chennai Railway Station - SR
IGBC Green Campus
IGBC Green Interiors
IGBC Green Residential
Welfare Association
Meeting
with Chennai
Railway Station team
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© Confederation of Indian Industry
Vijayawada Railway Station - SCR
IGBC Green Campus
IGBC Green Interiors
IGBC Green Residential
Welfare Association
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Meeting with DRM, Vijayawada Division
& Station team
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Guntur Railway Station - SCR
IGBC Green Campus
IGBC Green Interiors
IGBC Green Residential
Welfare Association
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Meeting with ADRM, Guntur Division
© Confederation
of Indian Industry
& Station team
Tirupati Railway Station - SCR
IGBC Green Campus
IGBC Green Interiors
IGBC Green Residential
Welfare Association
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Meeting with Tirupati Railway Station team
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Hubli Railway Station - SWR
IGBC Green Campus
IGBC Green Interiors
IGBC Green Residential
Welfare Association
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Training Programme for SWR Officials at Hubli
© Confederation of Indian Industry
Indian Railways
&
IGBC
Can Work Together for a
Greener Tomorrow
© Confederation of Indian Industry
To Sum Up
 Excellent opportunity for Indian Railway
Design, Construction & Operations teams
 To reduce operating costs & enhance
commuter experience
 Tremendous Benefits
 Society
 Nation
 Instill in the citizens
 A Sense of Pride
 Contribution to Society
®
Ultimately, resulting
in a better quality of life
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Go Green . . .
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‘Green Products and Materials’
for Green Buildings & Factories
Growth of Green Buildings in India
 Substantial growth in Green
Buildings
 Expected to reach 10 billion sq.ft
by year 2022
 Increased demand for credible
Green building products
Till date
 More than 3800
Registered Green Building
Projects
 More than 4.45 Billion
sq.ft.
Challenges Faced by end users
Thus far…
Typical Questions
•
How do I know the product is
green ?
•
If green, to what extent ?
•
Is it green in performance (or)
materials used ?
•
What if the product is green in
performance but not during
manufacture?
•
Extent of Green based on
declarations
 Examinee & Examiners are
same
•
Dependence on Certifications
from other countries
 Not fine tuned for Indian
conditions
‘GreenPro’ Certification
 Assess ‘How green is a product’
 Based on ‘Life Cycle Based’
approach on par with international
standards
 Highlights the way forward to
achieve environmental
performance
 Guides the manufacturer to
Product Performance
 The Product should perform on par with
international standards
 Testing in line with International /
National Standards
 Eg., ASTM, IS
 Performance parameters Eg:
 Construction Blocks
 Thermal Performance – ‘U’ Value
 Paints
 VOC
 ROHS Compliance
Key Focus areas in Green Buildings
Energy Efficiency
Indoor Environmental Quality
Material & Resources
Water efficiency
Sustainable Sites
Energy Performance
 Thermal performance of
construction block –
significantly affects overall
energy performance of
building
 High thermal insulation –
Very important
 ‘U’ value need to be tested
as per ASTM standards
Performance Comparison
Conventional Brick Vs ‘GreenPro’ Certified
Block
 Building Type : Office
 Location : Hyderabad,
Composite Climate
 U value (overall heat
transfer coefficient)
 ‘GreenPro’ certified
 WWR
: 40 %
 Conditioned area : 20,000 sft
block
(9 inch) : 0.7 W/m2 k
 Conventional Brick
(9 inch) : 2.6 W/m2 k
Performance
Comparison
Savings
4.27 %
kWh*
1000
Conventi
onal
Brick
GreenPro
certified
block
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total
24
25
30
33
30
32
30
28
28
27
24
26
336
23
23
28
31
28
31
29
27
27
26
23
25
322
Results
S No Parameter
Conventiona GreenPro
l Brick
certified
Block
Saving (%)
1
Monthly Peak
Demand (kW)
1268.9
1183.1
6.7
2
Energy
(kWh*1000)
336140
321770
4.27
3
AC Capacity
(TR)
56
47
9
Increase in Energy saving potential for
high raise buildings
Products and materials
impacting Energy Performance
 Glazing
 ‘U’ Value – 1.7 -2.5 W/mK
 Solar Heat Gain Coefficient – 0.1 -0.4
 Visual Light Transmittance
 Fenestrations
 Building Insulation
 Thermal Conductivity – 0.04 -0.04 W/mK
 High SRI Products and Materials
 SRI Index - >70%
 Paints, Tiles
Indoor Environment Quality
For Paints – GreenPro
demands for
 Very low Volatile
Organic Compound
 ROHS Compliance
 Lead, Chromium,
Cadmium, Mercury
 Elimination of
Formaldehyde
Paints Vs Green Paints
Parameters
Paints
Green
Paints
Volatile Organic Compound
(VOC) in mg/lit
>100
10-50
Presence of Heavy metals –
Lead, Cadmium, Chromium
and mercury
Yes
< 0.1 %
(or) 1000
ppm
Formaldehyde
High
< 0.1%
GreenPro Encourages water based Paints
and elimination of solvents
Materials & Resources
 To bring down virgin material
consumption through
 Recycling
 Utilization of Industrial waste
 Use local materials
 Ensures elimination of Toxic,
Hazardous & Carcinogenic
materials
Green Cement
 Utilizes maximum Industrial waste
 PPC – Fly ash based cement
(upto 35%)
 PSC – Slag Cement
(upto 70%)
 Minimum utilization of natural
resources
 Low GHG emission per ton of
Cement produced
 Better Strength over a period of
time
Low Density Aggregate
 Excellent alternate for
conventional aggregate
 More than 90% fly ash as raw
material
 Uniform size
 Lower weight results in
reduction of steel utilization
 Preferred for low load bearing
applications
Benefits of Certified Products
End User
 Make lives Easier
 No due diligence is required –
Time & Effort saved
 Enhances the performance of
Green Buildings
 Will bag credits right during
selection
 Credit Points in IGBC Rating
system
To Sum Up…
 Certified Green Products
 Ensures benefits
 End-User will find it easier in
selecting products, equipment
& technologies
 ‘GreenPro’
 Win-Win for Manufacturers,
End-Users & Designers
Go Green….
www.igbc.in
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