9 ECO:LABORATE“Energy consumption from buildings accounts for around 20 percent of total energy consumption in China.Share of carbon emission from buildings is at 15 to 20 percent of total emissions in China.Passive building design it is one of the most important abatement technologies in the building sector”.
10 ABATEMENT POTENTIAL FROM PASSIVE DESIGN ECO:LABORATEABATEMENT POTENTIAL FROM PASSIVE DESIGNMillion tons CO2e
16 WHERE ARE THE POTENTIALS ECO:LABORATEWHERE ARE THE BARRIERS?LACK OF INFLUENTIAL STANDARDSMISALIGNED INCENTIVESCAPABILITY GAPWHERE ARE THE POTENTIALSBUILD BEST PRACTICESPROVIDE TECHNICAL FEEDBACKTRANSFER BASIC SKILLSThe private sector could play an important role in facilitating changes to help achieve greater energy efficiency in buildings. Specifically, closer collaboration, and more open channels for feedback and shared learning could be highly beneficial.Build best practicesWork with leading developers to build pilot projects designed to follow“Green Building Label” guidelines. This would bring wider attention to theGreen Building Label and ensure shared learning among local architectsfrom best-practice cases.Provide technical feedbackProvide early and rich fact-base feedbacks through building energy auditingto the government through such pilot projects in order to improve thecurrent evaluation criteria based on implementation experience.Transfer basic skillsActively participate in training efforts organized by the government targetingto architects and engineers in order to gradually build basic skills indomestic players.
17 DANSK INDUSTRI KONFERENCE ECO:LABORATEHvordan kommer danske virksomheder ind i bæredygtigt byggeri i Kina ?TILSTEDEVÆRELSERELATIONERTÅLMODIGHEDLOKALE LEDEREINVESTERINGERDANSK INDUSTRI KONFERENCE