Project Title

Experience Sharing Workshop on the Five Years Construction of the First Low Carbon Model Town (LCMT) —Yujiapu CBD 

Project Year

2016   

Project Number

EWG 06 2016A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EWG 06 2016A 

Project Title

Experience Sharing Workshop on the Five Years Construction of the First Low Carbon Model Town (LCMT) —Yujiapu CBD 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2016 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

137,075 

Co-funding Amount

20,000 

Total Project Value

157,075 

Sponsoring Forum

Energy Working Group (EWG) 

Topics

Energy 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

China 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Hong Kong, China; Japan; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/07/2016 

Expected Completion Date

30/06/2017 

Project Proponent Name 1

Hou Zhiguo (new PO wef 6 February 2017) 

Job Title 1

Vice-Manager 

Organization 1

Tianjin Innovative Finance Investment Co Ltd 

Postal Address 1

TJBinhai-CBD, unit 1/2 Shuixian Road, Tanggu, Binhai New Area, Tianjin, China 

Telephone 1

86-22 25710598 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

bhcbd@qq.com 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Hou Zhiguo 

Project Summary

In the 11th APEC Energy Minister’s Meeting in 2014, Beijing Declaration proposed member economies should disseminate ideas, technologies, and experience in developing low-carbon towns and strengthen practical cooperation in this area. This project aims to exchange the 5 years construction and operation experience of the First LCMT—Yujiapu CBD in the APEC Economies.

Closely working together with LCMT-TF, a 2-day workshop in early 2017 plans to share Yujiapu low carbon best policies, tools and practices in construction and operation to promote sustainable communities development across APEC region. Contributing to oversee completion of three LCMT case studies over 2014-2018 in APEC EWG strategic plan, workshop results will be published on APSEC and ESCI knowledge-sharing platform. Female participation will get highly attended.

The project will benefit all APEC member economies to understand current challenges and opportunities in LCMT sustainable development as in Yujiapu case study.

Relevance

In 2014 APEC Economic Leaders' Declaration, the leaders of APEC economies stated “Recognizing the range of urbanization challenges and opportunities across APEC economies, we commit to collectively promote cooperation projects, and to further explore pathways to a new-type of urbanization and sustainable city development, featuring green, energy efficient, low-carbon and people-orientation.” Currently, six low carbon towns have been approved to explore low carbon pathway development among the APEC economies. To the date, five years have been passed, it is worthy of understanding whether the originated low carbon development methods foresee the challenges of physical low carbon construction in terms of ideas, technologies and experiences or not. The project takes first LCMT Yujiapu as a case study, sharing its low carbon achievements in construction and operation to help promote sustainable low carbon development in other APEC economies. These Yujiapu experiences in policies, technologies and management will be issued in the APSEC network and ESCI knowledge-sharing platform to continually enhance capacity building for whole APEC region. Besides, the developing economies would directly benefit from attending the workshop to propose for problem-oriented discussion at the resource of invited LCMT government policy makers, investors, experts, technology suppliers and etc. 

This project belongs to “Urbanization to growth, including smart city and live-friendly cooperation” in Rank 2 Projects that directly support the APEC Leaders' Growth Strategy. Because the project focuses on issue first LCMT Yujiapu’s excellent low carbon achievements in aspect of construction and operation, exchanging best low carbon policies, practices and tools among APEC economies.

Objectives

1) To exchange first LCMT Yujiapu best low carbon achievements such as policies and practices in the process of its construction and operation, providing constructive recommendations for LCMT development among APEC economies.

2)  To create a sharing and cooperative platform for LCMT government officials, experts, low carbon technology providers and investors, especially those in APEC member economies to promote Yujiapu best low carbon policies, practices and tools to other LCMTs’ development and their implementation.

3)  To increase participants, especially female participants knowledge in low carbon technology, low carbon management and policy making, providing more potential cooperation opportunities among APEC member economies.

Alignment

In 2014 11th APEC Energy Ministers' Meeting, "Beijing Declaration" initiates member economies should communicate with each other about low-carbon urban development ideas, technologies, policies and construction experience to strengthen low carbon towns’ practical cooperation, to continue build APEC low carbon model town project, to study low carbon town development mode, index system, policies and tools from different cases, to promote APEC LCMT activities, Since first APEC LCMT Yujiapu completed construction in starting areas, green buildings and facilities are putting into operation, in order to respond to APEC Economic Leaders' Declaration and APEC strategic plans, the project will address the exchange of Yujiapu best low carbon technologies, practices and tools as subject of Yujiapu low carbon construction and operation, focusing on fields of green building, energy, transportation, public asset management, low carbon smart management and low carbon technology modeling, as of low carbon construction GHG emission quantification, energy station operation, green building energy efficiency comparison and others achievements. These information will not only directly feedback the LCMT development ideas, but also can be shared and learned for the benefit of other APEC economies’ LCMT construction and operation, the project publication of Yujiapu low carbon achievements working together with APSEC allows low carbon town development more sustainable and cooperation more accessible. 

Under the Energy Working Group (EWG) Strategic Plan for 2014-2018, it is clearly stated that LCMT task force will oversee the completion of three LCMT case studies in three APEC cities over the 2014-2018 timeframe. As the first APEC low carbon model town, through five years construction, Yujiapu has completed its starting area and been moving to operation. The project is taking Yujiapu as one case study to share its best low carbon policies, practices and tools in the process of construction and operation among the APEC member economies, promoting the development of sustainable communities across the region.

TILF/ASF Justification

This APEC Workshop aims to create a platform for government officials, producers and investors, LCMT experts to share views and experiences in promoting the development of LCMT under the guidance of example of Yujiapu LCMT. This will bring about a great opportunity for stakeholders and especially governments’ officials from developing economies, especially other LCMT economies who are directly or indirectly engaged in the policy making and/or implementation progress to be equipped with updated knowledge and effect on LCMT construction including but not limited to building, energy, transportation, public facility management, technology and strategies. This, in turn, will significantly contribute to addressing capacity needs of APEC developing economies in a sense that the knowledge and experience sharing gained at the Workshop would be helpful in the course of participants’ work. 

Additionally, the Workshop also directly addresses capacity needs of participants. Prior to the Workshop, the Organizing Committee will possibly deliver a questionnaire to survey on expectations and needs on the Workshop of participants; based on that, the agenda will be designed and adjusted to fit the capacity needs. 

As described above, Yujiapu as the first APEC LCMT has been constructing for years and lots of experiences and best practices have been gained from the previous design stage down to the real concrete construction. Assessments would be very much important to be made for the future LCMT construction. The workshop will be the one of approaches for government policy makers, management department officials, scholars, consultants and suppliers to exchange what their LCMT construction and management could meet and what the possible best solution could be.  These experts or participants from development counties can learn lesson and benefit from the presentation given from the workshop and enhance their capacity of policy making, design, construction and management in their own LCMT building.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

1) A Yujiapu Low Carbon Development Report as one of the outputs will be produced before the workshop event.  This report will include an overview of Yujiapu LCMT development in these five years construction with respect of policy, urban planning, design, construction, operation and management in the region. On this purpose, survey and research works as achievements in the above specialized fields and GHG emission quantification research of Yujiapu low carbon construction within its starting area should be complied and worked out, sharing and proposing for capacity building and discussion during the during the event among the APEC member economies.

2)  A Yujiapu Experience Sharing Dissemination Roadmap Report which will be finalize with the assistance and guidance of LCMT-TF, ESCI-KSP and APSEC will also be produced to share and exchange the best experiences in the LCMT construction to assist other 5 LCMTs’ development, the related reports will also be added on website www.tifi.com.cn., which is the homepage of Tianjin Innovative Finance Investment Company.

3) The two related workshops will also provide opportunities for participants from both public and private sectors to present exchange and discuss on their economy’s’s experiences in LCMT construction, which the Organizers will compile into brief case studies to circulate to participants. The organizers will work with the APEC member economies who have strong advantages and development in specialized field from building, energy, transportation and public facility management and leading low carbon technologies to do these brief case studies and present at the Workshop. It is not possible for APEC member economies to endorse any case study as a typical example of LCMT development or ready to adopt it as policy at once since it is worth bearing in mind that there is no one-fit-all recipe for all APEC diversified member economies. However, the Organizers will work closely with member economies to explore and focus on meaningful aspects of LCMT development. To take use of the case study and the Workshop’s outcome, these will be reported to the LCMT-TF and APSEC as further food for thoughts at upcoming meetings.

4) Following the Workshop, a network of participants is expected to remain a focal point and contribute to further cooperation among participants. The participants might want to discuss on how to expand the network, for example, expanding and updating this network, as a next step. The organizers will provide a room for participants to discuss on next step activities. 

Outcomes:  

1)  Yujiapu low carbon construction GHG emission quantification research is a study mainly focus on the construction GHG sources, methodology and influence factors in Yujiapu starting area to guide and promote construction companies to optimize the construction programs, to improve machine use efficiency, to use new technologies, new processes, and new methods, to define specifically low-carbon construction liability person, to set up incentive mechanisms and other technical measures, organizational and economic measures, so it can reduce the energy consumption and GHG emissions during the construction. It is expected that this low carbon construction GHG emission quantification approach will be learned and absorbed into other 5 LCMTs’ current construction design and concrete practice later on. Changes as either adding construction emission inventory or adjusting low carbon construction emission in LCMT index system would be advisably taken. Moreover, a specialized LCMT construction observation committee would be expected to take the leading responsibility to coordinate with whole design.

2)  The experience and knowledge will be gained and improves to build their own LCMT for relevant stakeholders by summarizing the past 5 years’ experiences in the aspects of low carbon energy, low carbon traffic, low carbon building, low carbon system management, public services and low carbon technologies demonstration. Changes would happen that cooperation and exchange in a  strategic way might establish for further research on the case LCMT building and operation.

3) Yujiapu Financial District was designated as the first Low Carbon Model Town within the framework of APEC. Its construction and development will not only have an overwhelming direction to the other 5 LCMT cases but also have a profound effect to the whole low carbon development in the APEC region. 

Beneficiaries:  

The workshop aims to exchange Yujiapu low carbon best policies, practices and tools employed during construction and operation, absorb related suggestion and evaluations and it’s also a way to conduct propaganda for Yujiapu. Stakeholders such as policy makers, investors, contractors, low carbon technology suppliers, property management providers, APEC LCMT experts and researchers, especially female participants are to be invited, who are influential and playing a critical role in the low carbon filed. The professional careers as working in government construction committee, school or university especially of architecture, transportation, energy and project management, leading construction company as chief engineer, deign company  and investors as person-in-charge, as well as organization as APEC groups for championing and managing  LCMT development are in particular welcomed. For the sake of project quality, representatives from all other LCMT cities and LCMT-TF representatives will be invited to participate in this project, including and particularly the workshop. Also, interested personnel in these fields are also to be invited for participating. Before the workshop, cosponsors and relevant service providers such as APSEC will work together for the research of Yujiapu low carbon practice. During the research, the young and excellent researchers will acquire treasure experience from co-working with APEC experts and related topics. In the process of workshop, the above speakers and participants will be encouraged to share their best experience as well as difficulties met for solution-seeking discussion. With Yujiapu low carbon knowledge shared, participants can much easier seek the potential cooperation opportunity between supplier and demander, and can understand, develop, implement more sustainable low carbon development strategy measures for engagement among investors, policy makers and city operator. APEC EWG experts and other five LCMT cases will gain related and useful experience in the low carbon model town’s development.

Dissemination

1) The result of specific subjects for case studies will be published as research report. The reports will be posted on APEC Publications Database website, EWG, and related organizations webpages for viewing and downloading.

The APEC site Hyperlinks for these outputs will be added on website www.tifi.com.cn. , which is the homepage of Tianjin Innovative Finance Investment Company. The hyperlink will also be added on other organizations’ or government’s homepage such as the official webpage of APEC Sustainable Energy Center http://www.apsec.org.cn/apsecen/

The outputs will be published as paper version and deliver to all the researchers, specialists, government officials, enterprise management personnel and others engaged in low carbon model town development involved in the projects.

2) The target audience of the Workshop will include government officials (including officials engaged in the policy making, management or implementation of LCMT in general and specialized fields as building, energy, transportation and public facility management in particular), experts, researchers and business people.  

3) Hard copies will be provided to all the Workshop’s participants. Electronic publication will also be used to disseminate the Workshop’s documents widely.  APEC’s official website will be the main one to upload the documents. APSEC and ESCI websites could also be used to disseminate the information with hyperlink to APEC website.

Gender

Gender issue is seriously taken into account by the project proponent. Women are involved in the development of this proposal and both men and women will get equal opportunity to participate in the project implementation including in the process of preparatory stage, consultation and direct labours, etc. In addition, to address gender concern and make sure that men and women are engaged efficiently in the Workshop, the evaluation form delivered at the end of the Workshop will include information on gender to aggregate for project assessment.

Women participants are also encouraged to actively participate in the Workshop when most efficient. Invitations will possibly be sent through women union affairs of local government to invite and draw their attention to the Workshop. It is expected the women either working for research work or attending the workshop have no less 30% percentage in all calculation.

Work Plan

Time

Key activities

Deliverable outputs

July 2016 – Sept.  2016

Drafting the request for proposals and securing a contractor

Drafting RFP and coordinating with PD and APEC Secretariat for procuring contracts

RFP and Contracts

Oct. 2016 – March 2017

Yujiapu Low Carbon Development Survey and Research

survey and research/ information collecting/ expert’s evaluation and comments collecting/ reports revising

Yujiapu Low Carbon Development Report (draft)

Including  the best practice and experience sharing for Yujiapu past 5 years’ construction and operation in the aspects of low carbon energy, low carbon building, low carbon transportation, low carbon system management, public services and low carbon technologies demonstration and a research topic on Yujiapu low carbon construction GHG emission quantification

March-April 2017

Workshop A preparation

Workshop agenda drafting;

Speakers and participants invitation;

Related administrative arrangement

Workshop Agenda;

Invitation Letters

May 2017

One day workshop

(to be held in Singapore on the margin of EWG 53rd )

Yujiapu Low Carbon Achievement Evaluation Statement

EWG representatives and stakeholders review the proposed  achievement reports and give some innovative suggestions and evaluations

June-August 2017

Yujiapu Experiences Sharing Dissemination Survey

survey and research/ information collecting/ expert’s evaluation and comments collecting/ reports revising

Yujiapu Experiences Sharing Dissemination Roadmap Report

Coordinate and Collaborate with LCMT-TF Chair , other LCMTs and ESCI to finalize Yujiapu Experiences Sharing Dissemination Roadmap Report to improve and guide other LCMTs development

August-September 2017

Workshop B preparation

Workshop agenda drafting;

Speakers and participants invitation;

Related administrative arrangement

Workshop Agenda;

Invitation Letters

Speakers from other LCMTs would be selected for attending the workshop.

Also, in agenda, participants could be suggested separately to figure out their future work plan activities afterwards and a network for updating follow-up information would be proposed to build.

September 2017

2-day workshop and site visit

Site visit will visually display the related outstanding technologies used by Yujiapu’s construction;

Experiences present on the key aspects of low carbon energy, low carbon building, low carbon transportation, low carbon system management, public services and low carbon technologies demonstration to improve the participants’ knowledge in low carbon model town;

Delegates present their expectations and evaluation on the reports.

Oct.-Dec. 2017

Project Finalization Phase

Report Publication 

Completion Report

Risks

Risk 1: The quality of the project may not reach the expectation level

Counter plan: Strictly quality assessment will be regularly organized by PO. Regularly meeting will hold per month by measures such as Telephone Conference, Skype Conference etc., to analyze and assess the project quality as well as to provide recommendation. Furthermore, the contractor for this project should be qualified with successful on APEC energy efficiency or similar projects. The reliable contractor would increase the quality of the project. 

Risk 2: Experts and active participants may not have time to join the project.

Counter plan: Project overseer and his team have plenty of experiences on APEC projects and have good collaborative relationship with many APEC experts. Preparations for the cases studies and meetings have been undertaken since half year before the project formally started therefore the risk would be reduced to the minimum. 

Risk 3: Good speakers to be involved in the workshop

Counter plan: The speakers should be, but not limited to, authority officials to represent government; representatives from low carbon technology producers and investors to raise voice of business sector; academics, experts in LCMT in general, specialized fields as building, energy, transportation and public facility management in particular or from other relevant organizations, which aim to reflecting points of views from various perspectives. The Organizers will work closely with co-sponsoring economies to nominate and invite the most suitable speakers for the Workshop. 

Risk 4: Right participants selection for the workshop

Counter plan: To make sure that right participants are nominated to attend the Workshop, the Organizers will consult with co-sponsoring economies to set general criteria for participants. Participants should be government officials who are directly or indirectly involved in the policy making, management or implementation; academics or economic experts who have well background and experiences in promoting LCMT building. Business sectors are encouraged to attend the Workshop, especially representatives from low carbon technology producers and big investors. To ensure the results, invitations will be sent through different fora in APEC including EWG, ERGNET, SMEs, LCMT-TF, and APSEC. For the host economy, the Workshop is open to business sector including producers, big investors, and business associations; apart from officials from government and local authorities. 

Risk 5: developing economies may not have the resources or capacity to replicate the lesson

Counter Plan: developing economies may have limitation in the physical background, technologies and capitals. Organizers will work closely with LCMT-TF and APSEC to understand these LCMTs’ building progress and development obstacles. Speakers from LCMTs will be selected to share their development status also and experts from co-sponsoring economies will be expected to propose the solution if possible. More importantly, we are more willing to build a bridge or scheme to encourage invited investors, contractors and technology suppliers to work out a practical solution from the lesson.

Monitoring and Evaluation

PO promise to supervise the whole process of the project in order to guarantee the project’s quality. Strictly quality assessment for the project would be regularly organized by PO. Regularly meeting will hold per month by measures such as Telephone Conference, Skype Conference etc. Accordingly quality assessment reports and conference note will be recorded on time.

PO is responsible to search qualified potential tenders. The tenders should have plenty of experience concerned with APEC LCMT projects, International Capacity Building Development or similar projects. Selective tender will be strictly processed according to APEC standard.

Before and in the process of workshop, project feedback survey will be made to evaluate the workshop quality. Yujiapu low carbon achievement evaluation would be encouraged to make for their staged contribution result. Comments or suggestions will be integrated in the final project completion report. Indicators like female ratio of all participants, saying no less than 30%, are created to encourage more women engagement. If possible, indicator of experts/participants from no less than five economies is required to promote dissemination in a broad way. Project low carbon development report is expected to be issued ahead of workshop to experts for comment and numbers of feedback comments from experts are treated to evaluate workshop’s degree of active engagement.

Linkages

Yujiapu is the first APEC LCMT approved in 2010 and in the past five constructions, low carbon technologies and theory has been improving and updating, meanwhile, another five APEC LCMTs are about to constructing. Yujiapu experience and lessons can support or update low carbon development ideas, more importantly, these valuable data information would help policy makers determine sustainable low carbon measures, and proved low carbon technologies and tools would promote wider cooperation between APEC economies. The Yujiapu low carbon achievements would be published on the low carbon specialized APSEC website, closely working together in low carbon technology and development, and popular ESCI knowledge sharing platform to enhance capacity building in the APEC region. 

Efforts also will be made during the project implementation to communicate with other LCMT projects either in the operation aspect or cooperation in research as well as several other group such as EGNRET, SMEs, LCMT-TF and APSEC. 

The EWG is a voluntary, regionally-based forum operating under the APEC umbrella with participation by all 21 APEC economies. Its mission is to build the capacity of APEC members to strengthen domestic and regional energy security and lower the carbon intensity of energy supply and use across the region, facilitated by information and data exchanges, joint research and development, and open trade and investment. Formally, the Energy Working Group meets twice a year to discuss developments and progress on energy policy issues. Therefore, we will hold the first workshop in Singapore on the margin of EWG 53rd Meeting to share the experiences for Yujiapu past 5 years’ construction and absorb the innovative suggestions and evaluations to improve the reports and also increase Yujiapu’s international visibility and influence.

Sustainability

On June 19th, 2012, the 9th APEC Energy Minister Meeting designated Yujiapu Financial District as the first Low Carbon Model Town within the framework of APEC. Divided into 120 plots, Yujiapu Financial District will be finished in three phases. Over the past five years, we focused on the construction of the starting area of phase one. The other two phases’ low carbon construction is still a persistent task.

As for the Yujiapu low carbon construction GHG quantification research, it plays a leading role in promoting construction emissions, which provides a specific case to scholars on building construction academic research, government to improve the quality of the environment and entrepreneurs on study economical use of energy. Construction GHG quantification research is a quantitative research phase of building life-cycle GHG research, and the construction GHG research will make an effective groundwork for Yujiapu and other APEC low carbon model towns building life-cycle GHG quantification study. According to the achievements of Yujiapu low carbon construction GHG quantification research, which we will carry out a series of follow-up work. We continue to study the Yujiapu builds operation and maintenance phase GHG emissions, to improve the database, with the project funders learning exchanges to improve project research achievements. 

In order to construct Yujiapu Financial District in a more low carbon way, we set 6 main points at the beginning of plan and design, including low carbon energy, low carbon building, low carbon traffic, low carbon system management, public services and low carbon technologies demonstration and also develop a profound research on Yujiapu Financial District Low Carbon Index System to promote the whole district’s low carbon development. There must have a difference between the planning and operation. We need a post evaluation after the starting area put into operation according to the LCMT Index System in order to find where the disparity is and how to adjust it by the indicator revising and new technologies development.

Project Overseers

The implementation of the project will be under overall guidance as well as supervision and coordination of China’s National Energy Administration and Tianjin Development and Reform Commission. To ensure a high quality of this project, the PO would like to draw on the experience and knowledge of a project think-tank. The think-tank shall consist of resourceful economy/EG representatives. 

Zhao Tong, vice manager, Tianjin Innovative Finance Investment Co., Ltd.(TIFI), Project Overseer, is in charge of low-carbon development work in Yujiapu Financial District. 

Yang Haisong, deputy director of TIFI, is responsible for the progress and quality of the project. 

Li He, low-carbon attaché, is in charge of the coordination of parties of the project. 

Lu Xiaotao, project manager, is responsible for contracting and managing the research works.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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