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Cranbrook A zero carbon case study. 10 th July 2012 Mike Wood Centre for Energy and the Environment. The Centre for Energy and the Environment. E. Energy, environmental and climate change policy. Building performance modelling. Sustainable and energy efficient buildings.

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Cranbrook a zero carbon case study

CranbrookA zero carbon case study

10th July 2012

Mike Wood

Centre for Energy and the Environment


The Centre for Energy and the Environment

E

Energy, environmental and climate

change policy

Building performance

modelling

Sustainable and

energy efficient

buildings

Sustainable transport

Renewable energy

systems

Waste

Research and

knowledge transfer


The centre for energy and environment
The Centre for Energy and Environment

  • Climate change and energy policy

  • Audits of local energy use

  • Audit of greenhouse gas emissions

  • Support for carbon reduction strategies

  • National carbon and energy policy drivers

  • Local evidence bases and wording

  • Sustainable buildings

  • Advice on sustainable design and policy

  • BREEAM assessments / advice

  • Building Energy Certification

  • Day lighting simulations and calculations

  • Energy auditing

  • Built environment performance monitoring

  • Monitoring of building services performance

  • Ventilation measurement and CFD prediction

  • Acoustic design advice for buildings

  • Measurement of the acoustic quality of buildings

  • Sustainable transport

  • Local air quality assessments and modelling

  • Low carbon transport technology and fuels

  • Carbon reduction strategies

  • Renewable and low carbon energy systems

  • Renewable energy feasibility studies

  • Technology evaluation

  • Low carbon development policy and advice

  • District heating and ESCos

  • Waste

  • Energy from waste

  • Waste studies

  • Research and knowledge transfer

  • Climate change and adaptation

  • Knowledge transfer partnerships (KTPs)

  • Bespoke research




Economies of scale cranbrook 2008
Economies of scale – Cranbrook 2008

Bio-boiler

District heating with gas CHP

District heating with biomass CHP

Source: Element Energy, July 2008


Cranbrook DH & CHP breakthroughs 2010

  • £4.1m HCA low carbon infrastructure grant

  • Private sector ESCo proposition

  • Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

  • Skypark commercial development included in scheme


Cranbrook skypark energy solution
Cranbrook & Skypark Energy Solution

Image courtesy of eon

District heating

Homes and commercial buildings

connected by 75 km of heat pipes

  • Energy Centre

  • 1.4 MWe natural gas CHP units and five 4 MWth Natural Gas boilers

  • Two advanced thermal gasification units linked to two 1.4 MWe CHP engines

  • Thermal stores

  • Output Capacity when fully operational 4.2 MW electricity and 25.4 MW heat

  • c 13,000 t /year CO2 savings per year


Cranbrook & Skypark scheme benefits

  • Reduce developers exposure to tightening CO2 standards at little extra cost

  • Demonstration of a private sector ESCo model

  • Biomass CHP using recycled wood

  • ~£45m low carbon investment

Image courtesy of St Modwen






Thank you
Thank You

Mike Wood

T: 01392 724143

E: m.j.wood@ex.ac.uk

W: www.ex.ac.uk/cee


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