Event Details

This 3-day course examines higher order principles of sustainability, methodologies for improving the design process, and specific techniques for substaintially increasing the efficiency of energy and water-using systems. The curriculum focuses on the integrative design process, applied engineering principles, and proven best practices for utilizing energy and water resources more efficiently across different applications. Opportunities for savings include system optimization, sustainable design, equipment elimination, deployment of energy efficient technologies and techniques, and proven best practices. The course is derived primarily from materials developed by the internationally famous Rocky Mountains Institute and its network of focus of consultants, and is illustrated with numerous case studies.


Objectives

Understand the basic principles of the integrative design process, plus a comprehensive and practical approach to increasing the efficiency of energy and water-intensive industries and commercial buildings. Deliver concise, practical, relevant information with the highest possible applicability.


Part-1: Introduction

• Case for Integrative Design and Energy Efficiency in general

• Green and Smart Building elements introduction


Part-2: Principles of Integrative Design

• Evolving from 'dis-integrated design' methods

• Applying Integrative Design to Energy Efficiency (IDEE)

• Integrative Design Process Introduction

• Difference between traditional and integrative design


Part-3: Integrative Design Process in details

• Steps involved in the process

• Identifying Integrative Design Stakeholders


Part-4: Integrated Design Charrette

• Aligning Stakeholders involved in Integrative design

• Case study of Design Charrette

• Role Play by participants on a mini-Design Charrette Workshop


Part-5: Detailed case study & evaluation

• Design Charette outcomes

• Energy Simulations review

• Passive Design & Lighting

• Load reduction and benchmarks

• Cooling: Water & Air-side

• Smart Controls & User Engagement strategy

• Clean Energy Integration


Part-6 Tour of High-Performance Building

• Participants observation of Integrative Design elements in a building

• Discussion on observations and findings from the tour


Tickets

SCEM Module
Standard Price S$900

Venue

Singapore Sustainability Academy

180 Kitchener Road
#06-10
Singapore 208539

Singapore

If you have any questions please contact SEAS Training

Contact Organizer

+65 63385878

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