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Technology Plan for Sustainable Green Building, Energy Conservation and Carbon Reduction

  Since 1997, the ABRI has engaged in actively promoting green building concepts, regulations, and technology development. Through the consecutive implementation of the medium-term “Green Building and Living Environment Technology Plan,” which first stage was from 1997 to 2001 and the second one from 2002 to 2006, and “Green Building and Sustainable Environmental Technology Plan” from 2007 to 2010, the ABRI has completed a series of research and development in sustainability and efficiency, such as ecological environment design for building sites, building energy saving, resources recycling, building pollution prevention, indoor environmental quality, and green building demonstrative projects. These plans aimed to facilitate research and development for human health, environmental sustainability, and industrial development, in order to create an opportunity in achieving sustainability with the balance of “Life, Ecology, and Production.” Furthermore, starting from 2011, the ABRI launched the “Medium-term Individual Plan for Sustainable Green Building, Energy Conservation and Carbon Reduction” ratified by the National Science Council of the Executive Yuan to extend the existing green building evaluation system and its technological accomplishments into the promotion of evaluation system renewal, practices, and applications.

Objectives

Taipei 101 is certified as a diamond-rated green building based on the EEWH-RN evaluation for existing buildings.
Taipei 101 is certified
as a diamond-rated
green building based on
the EEWH-RN evaluation
for existing buildings.
  1. Research and develop innovative green building technologies in the aspects of ecology, energy saving, waste reduction, and health (EEWH), to propose an integrated and optimized design methodology in terms of life cycle assessment, so as to promote a healthy living environment and to meet the demand on energy saving and amenity.
  2. Continually conduct the healthy indoor environmental quality (IEQ) research in a dual-axis philosophy with earth sustainability and human health, and emphasize on the development of indoor environmental control and material development so as to enhance the overall living environmental quality.
  3. Promote an environmentally symbiotic building and extend its scope to larger-scale eco-community and eco-city practices and relevant design techniques in sustainability so as to feature a new vernacular architectural aesthetics for subtropical green buildings.
  4. Extend the promotion of green building and green building materials so as to further facilitate the industry development.

Contents

  Since Taiwan started to implement the design of building energy efficiency and green building, the phenomenon of high energy consumption and environmental overload has gradually been eliminated. The subtropical building feature of Taiwan has also been formed in many aspects of building structure, site layout, building materials, and landscape planning. In the previous plans, a number of research and promotion achievements have been significantly accumulated. Nevertheless, according to our national carbon reduction action plan, the need of technological development and industrial promotion will be even more urgent under the national goal that requires the emission level in 2025 shall be reduced to the level in 2000. In the future, therefore, the plan will keep improving the EEWH environmental performance for both newly-constructed and existing buildings, promoting the healthy IEQ, creating a better living environment with health and amenity, mitigating urban heat island effects, as well as facilitating the industry development for green building materials. The current technology plan consists of four major research areas, including building energy saving and carbon reduction, healthy indoor environment, eco-city and green building, and the green building material industry. Relevant regulations and policies will be reviewed in a regular basis for better implementation into which laboratory experiments and testing services are incorporated. Besides, associated with a sound policy instrument, the plan will extend the promotion of green building into a larger-scale eco-community practice and, ultimately, to urban sustainability.

Major Tasks

  1. Full anechoic chamber in the Building Acoustics Laboratory of the ABRI
    Full anechoic chamber in
    the Building Acoustics Laboratory
    of the ABRI
  2. (Left) Installation of an integrating sphere for the luminous efficacy measurement of light sources (Right) Recycled Material Manufacturing Laboratory
    (Left) Installation of an
    integrating sphere for
    the luminous efficacy measurement
    of light sources
    (Right) Recycled Material
    Manufacturing Laboratory
  3. The ABRI Building Performance Laboratory Center
    The ABRI Building
    Performance Laboratory Center

  1. Conduct the life cycle assessment of CO2 emission for the building industry as well as its calculation methods and database, in response to the Copenhagen Accord regarding the requirement of GHG emission reduction for developed countries and CO2 emission trading system and the future requirements made by internat]ional organizations, such WTO, IPCC, etc., for further expanding the export trade effects.
  2. Develop and promote the carbon indication system of the building industry in a life cycle basis, building energy license system, green building evaluation system family, BEMS for mega central A/C systems in the green building, green building lighting evaluation indicators and relevant policies, in accordance with the national policy of energy saving and carbon reduction.
  3. Extend green building studies into a larger-scale practice based on the Eco-city and Green Building Promotion Program, such as green streets, eco-community, eco-city, and urban microclimate, in accordance with the Intelligent Green Building Promotion Program.
  4. Continuously inject the R&D for the green building material industry based on the governmental policy on the energy industry and green technology, associated with life cycle assessment for green building materials, in accordance with the policy of the green energy and technology industry development.
  5. Improve the performance of energy efficiency, water conservation, vegetation planting, and the IEQ for existing buildings and promote a robust indoor environment evaluation system for health performance so as to provide a better living environment with health and amenity and enhance the overall living quality.
  6. Provide guidelines and strategies for the adoption of adequate green building techniques to create a new vernacular architectural feature and to further facilitate the development of the green building and green building material industry.
  7. Continuously implement green building evaluation and certification to drive the green building industry development and to increase the industry value, including water content for building site, energy saving facilities, quality green building materials, etc.
  8. Continuously expand the functions of the Building Performance Laboratory of the ABRI and it testing services to increase the capacity of industrial service and to integrate domestic green building research capability for further collaboration between the academia and industry and international cooperation.
  9. 9. Continuously review and revise green building technical guidelines and principles for further amending relevant regulations.
  10. 10. Continuously implement green building material evaluation and certification, tracking management and international accreditation to enhance the comfort and health for buildings, to reduce impacts of material manufacturing on environment, as well as to facilitate the upgrade of the conventional material industry.

Future Perspectives

  In the plan the ABRI will keep endeavoring the promotion of green building for both newly-constructed and existing buildings in attaining the goal of ecology, energy saving, waste reduction, and health, for meeting the international requirement and providing a comfortable and healthy living environment. The plan aims to not only effectively promote the CO2 emission reduction in the building sector but to ensure human health and to protect the earth ecosystem as well, which has become an imperative for the entire building industry to soundly achieve the earth sustainability.

Open concepts for national stadium planning and design
Open concepts for
national stadium planning and design
Adoption of quality domestic building materials for ITRI Liu-chia Campus Dormitory Phase II
Adoption of quality domestic
building materials for ITRI Liu-chia
Campus Dormitory Phase II
Champion Green Vision Center - The first green building and green building material education and exhibition center in the private sector
Champion Green Vision Center
- The first green building and
green building material education and
exhibition center in the private sector
Wetland and vegetation planting surrounding the TSMC Factory No.12 Office Building
Wetland and vegetation planting
surrounding the TSMC Factory
No.12 Office Building
The first zero-carbon green building in Taiwan – Sun Yun Suan Green Building Research Center, National Cheng-Kung University
The first zero-carbon green
building in Taiwan – Sun Yun Suan
Green Building Research Center,
National Cheng-Kung University

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