Smart Skyscrapers Summit 2018

23-24 April 2018
Roda Al Bustan
Dubai, UAE

Industry Insights

Dubai Supreme Council of Energy (DSCE) has set a strategic direction to achieve power and water savings

DIES 2030
Integrated Energy Strategy

DIES 2030 aims to have the secure uninterrupted energy supply and moderate the growing energy and water demand of Dubai, and to increase the sustainability and competitiveness of its economy. (Source: http://taqati.ae/dies-2030/) Connected to DIES 2030 are the following:


DSM Strategy 2030
Efficient Demand

DIGS 2030
Supply of Natural Gas

CAS 2021
Low Carbon Economy

DCES 2050
Supply from Clean Sources

(Source: DSCE)
Dubai's CO2 Emissions
from energy generation will be reduced by half in 2050

DSM Strategy 2030
drives Dubai to become a role model in energy efficiency

Buildings to Reduce Energy Usage
DSM strategy targets buildings as they consume over 70% of energy in dubai where approximately 50% is only used for cooling

(Source: DSCE)
According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), energy efficiency investments continued to expand in 2016, reaching $231 billion while total energy investment dropped for the second consecutive year by 12 percent to $1.7 trillion.

Etihad ESCO Retrofit Key Targets


1.7 TWh
of electricity to be saved by 2030

5.6 Billion IG
of water to be saved by 2030

1 Million Tons
of CO2 to be abated by 2030

30,000 Bldgs
potential for energy reduction out of 120,000
Tall buildings have some special design considerations that are not so critical in shorter buildings
Functionality
Serviceability
Wind Loading

(Source: AECOM)

Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050


Smart buildings can supplement the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 which aims to provide Dubai's power output from renwable sources at
7%
by 2020
25%
by 2030
75%
by 2050
According to Navigant Research’s report IoT for Intelligent Buildings, the global Internet of Things (IoT) for intelligent buildings market (Smart buildings market) is forecast to soar from $6.3 billion in 2017 to $22.2 billion in 2026

3D Printing in Dubai

25% of Dubai's Buildings
will be 3D printed by 2030 according to H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

World's First 3D Printed Building
was inaugurated in Dubai last May 2017 by H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and was named as the Office of the Future

3D Printing Technology Market
is estimated to reach AED 3 billion by 2030


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