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英国商务大臣与中国国务院副总理共同访问低碳住宅

(2011-06-28 13:02:24)
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英国商务大臣温斯•凯布尔(Vince Cable)与中国国务院副总理李克强共同参观了位于沃特福德(Watford)的“建筑研究建造创新园” (BRE Innovation Park),低碳住宅的开发显示着英国在可持续建筑方面的卓越之处。


中国是世界第二大经济体,也是世界上最大的清洁能源消费国。2009年,中国在清洁能源上花费了346亿美元,超过美国86%,美国在这上面的投资额位居世界第二。


商务大臣温斯•凯布尔说:“在低碳商品与服务的许多方面,英国已是全球领军者。我们正在改变这个世界看待碳的方式,从我们积极地监管环境、做碳报告,到在整个供应链中合作并承担责任。”


“建筑领域的证据再清楚不过了,可持续性是该领域的核心。建筑研究院科技创新园(BRE Innovation Park)是可以在低碳方面取得什么成就的最佳证明,我很高兴陪同李克强副总理来到这个卓越中心。”


建筑研究院科技创新园的目的是让人了解未来在英国乃至全世界,如何实现建设可持续性建筑和社区。它展示着英国在大型低碳公共设施方面的实力和所具有的专业知识。


该园区有10所全世界最具可持续性的住宅,一所未来医疗中心,一座翻新过的维多利亚时期的排屋,运用了400多种建筑创新与新兴技术,以及顶级社区景观设计。


这些工程都展示了可持续设计与建筑的多样性和创新方法。它们每一个都有一个相同的目标,那就是对环境的影响低,但是对建筑及社区内居民的生活质量影响高,且二氧化碳排放降低。


上周日,李克强副总理抵达英国,开始为期4天的访问。周一,英中两国企业签署价值26亿英镑的合约,而且中国政府向爱丁堡动物园赠送一对育种大熊猫。此次访问是继去年首相戴维•卡梅伦率英国史上最大部长级代表团访华后进行的,首相访华时曾签署了价值超过10亿英镑的合约。


展示英国在低碳方面所取得的最佳成果是此次访问的核心主题。周日,李克强副总理参观了位于苏格兰利斯港口的“海蛇”海浪能转换装置项目。该转换装置形成一个独特的系统,能够利用海洋波浪产生可再生电力,而其所属的公司已经获得了可再生能源领域的众多奖项。


李克强副总理访问期间签署的协议之一就是英中低碳合作谅解备忘录,该协议将从一开始就关注与中国低碳试点城市重庆市、广东省和湖北省的实践政策经验交流,这三地的总人口达到1.8亿。


此次访问期间,Altek 与Xiyuan就可持续建筑试点项目签署了进一步协议,该协议将有助于实施英国贸易投资总署与重庆市政府签订的“英国—重庆可持续城市合作行动计划”(UK-Chongqing Sustainable Cities Action Plan)。



英国建筑研究院科技创新园


中国代表团今日在园区建筑内看到了:


巴赫特绿屋(Barratt Green House)——低碳技术主流

“巴赫特绿屋”是一家主流住宅建筑商在创新园内建起的第一作住宅。该住宅由建筑师冈特•弗朗西斯(Gaunt Francis)设计,既满足“可持续住宅法案”六级标准,又达到政府的零印花税标准。结构中使用的高级保温材料减少了更加炎热的夏季(预计将是气候变化的一个特点)的降温需要,而且灵活的内部空间可以进行不同的布置,适合改变家庭之需。高性能的三层玻璃窗和隔热木质框架保证有足够的玻璃空间可以透射进覆盖住宅跨度的阳光。与众不同的百叶窗也是一个引人注目的特点,而且还能优化阳光吸收,防止过热和刺眼,具有隔热潜能。整个住宅的机械通风加热恢复系统(MVHR)利用建筑内被用尽的空气的热量加热进来的新鲜空气,并通过管道系统使之在居住的房间内流通。


Cub House——模块化住宅

Cub House由房地产开发商Charlie Greig设计,由FutureForm在英国建造。这个超现代化且高度可持续的模块化住宅,适合社会和私人住宅应用。钢结构的Cub住宅可以用木材、砖或一种创新的玻璃纤维覆面,在51平米的模块中,配备了固定的厨房和浴室。它在成本上可与传统住宅建筑竞争,而且显示出杰出的环保特点,包括:

可回收材料——65%的主要材料——钢铁都可以被回收。

隔热——墙壁具有超隔热性,可以做到最小化热流失。

光伏发电——每所住房都按标准配备光伏板。

供热——每所Cub住房都配备排气热泵,通风换气的同时提供空间供热和热水。

水——按标准配备有雨水收集与节水设备。

维多利亚排屋——让旧住宅也节能


作为一个考虑住宅翻新工程的一部分,已废弃的维多利亚排屋位于沃特福德英国建筑研究院科技创新园的中心位置,现已经被改造成三座适合21世纪生活的节能排屋。这个工程展示了住宅翻新中的最佳实践,包括最新的处理方式、材料、和先进技术。该建筑展示了所有与1919年前的住宅相关的问题,如实心砖墙、框格窗、粘土屋顶、潮湿、失修、保暖性能差。设计和整修规范设定了大致的性能目标,同时要求保留建筑的原有特色。低碳材料和智能产品相结合,再加上检测建筑物状况和性能的数字通讯基础设施,且该设施还能为那些需要它的人提供通讯协助性照料。


背景
英国贸易投资总署是协助英国公司在全球经济中取得成功的政府部门。我们还帮助海外公司把它们高质量的投资带到英国经济中来,英国被认为是欧盟最佳的经商地,从这里可以走向在球商业成功。英国贸易投资总署通过其覆盖英国及英国遍布全球的驻外使馆、其他外交机构的庞大专家网络提供专业建议和联系。我们为公司提供它们在世界舞台上竞争所需要的工具。更多关于英国贸易投资总署的信息,请访问www.ukti.gov.uk,或致电+44 (0)20 7215 8000。关于最新的新闻发布,请访问在线新闻编辑www.ukti.gov.uk/media。你也可以通过www.blog.ukti.gov.ukwww.twitter.com/uktiwww.flickr.com/photos/tags/ukti关注英国贸易投资总署的发展。


转自:http://ukinchina.fco.gov.uk/zh/news/?view=PressR&id=534392082


来源:http://www.altekglobal.net/page/default.asp?ID=423&pageID=42



UK Business Secretary and Chinese Vice-Premier visit low carbon homes

Date:2011-1-19                                                        Views:241

Wednesday, 12 Jan 2011

PN05/2011


Published: Wednesday 12 January, 2011


Business Secretary and Chinese Vice-Premier visit low carbon homes


China, the world’s second biggest economy, is the biggest spender on clean energy in the world. In 2009, China spent $34.6 billion on clean energy – 86 per cent more than the US, which invests the second largest amount.


Business Secretary Vince Cable said:


“The UK is already a world leader in many low carbon goods and services. We are changing the way the world thinks about carbon, from our proactive regulatory environment and carbon reporting through to collaboration and accountability throughout the supply chain.


“This is nowhere more evident than in the construction sector where sustainability is at its heart. BRE Innovation Park is a great example of what can be achieved in low carbon and I am delighted to bring Vice-Premier Li to this centre of excellence.”


The BRE Innovation Park is designed to give a glimpse of how the future delivery of sustainable buildings and communities can be achieved not only in the UK but around the world. It demonstrates the UK’s strengths and expertise in large-scale low carbon infrastructure.


The park features ten of the world's most sustainable houses, a health centre of the future, a refurbished Victorian terrace house and over 400 different construction innovations and emerging technologies as well as a state-of-the-art community landscape design.


Collectively, these projects demonstrate diverse and innovative approaches to sustainable design and construction. They each share the common goal of having a low impact on the environment but a high impact on the quality of life of building and community occupants and CO2 emissions reduction.


Vice-Premier Li arrived in the UK on a four-day visit on Sunday. On Monday, deals worth £2.6 billion were signed between UK and Chinese firms and the Chinese authorities gifted a breeding pair of two giant pandas to Edinburgh Zoo. The visit follows on from the UK’s largest ever ministerial mission to China last year led by Prime Minister David Cameron when deals worth over £1 billion were signed.


Showcasing the best of the UK offer on low carbon has been a central theme throughout the visit. On Sunday, Vice-Premier Li visited the Pelamis wave energy converter project at Leith Port in Scotland. The converter forms a unique system to generate renewable electricity from ocean waves, and the company has won many awards in the field of renewable energy.


One of the agreements signed during Vice-Premier Li’s visit was a memorandum of understanding on UK-China low carbon co-operation, which will focus initially on the exchange of practical policy expertise for low carbon pilots in the Chinese cities of Chongqing, Guangdong and Hubei, which together have a combined population of 180 million.


A further agreement was signed during the visit between Altek and Xiyuan on a pilot project on sustainable construction, which will contribute to the delivery of the UK-Chongqing Sustainable Cities Action Plan signed between UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) and the Chongqing government.


 

BRE Innovation Park
 

Among the buildings that the Chinese delegation saw today were:


Barratt Green House – mainstreaming low carbon technology


The Barratt Green House was the first house on the Innovation Park to be built by a mainstream house builder. The house was designed by architects Gaunt Francis to meet both level six of the Code for Sustainable Homes and the Government's criteria for zero stamp duty. High levels of thermal mass in the structure reduce the need for cooling during the hotter summers predicted to be a feature of climate change, and flexible internal spaces allow different layouts to suit changing family needs. High performance triple glazing and thermally-broken wooden frames allow sufficient glazing to bring daylighting across the depth of the accommodation. The distinctive shutters are an attractive feature, but also optimise solar gain, control overheating and prevent glare, and offer potential insulation benefits. A whole-house mechanical ventilation system with heat recovery (MVHR) warms incoming fresh air using heat from air being exhausted from the building, and circulates it to the habitable rooms by a ductwork system.


Cub House – modular home


The Cub House is designed by property developer Charlie Greig and manufactured in the UK by FutureForm. This ultra-modern and highly sustainable modular home is suitable for both social and private housing applications. The steel frame Cub house can be clad in timber, brick or an innovative fibreglass cladding, and comes complete with fitted kitchen and bathroom in 51 square-metre modules. It competes on cost with traditional house building and demonstrates outstanding green credentials including:


Recycled material – 65 per cent of the primary material - steel - is recycled.

Insulation - the walls are super-insulated to minimise heat loss.

PV power -PV panels come with each home as standard.

Heating - each Cub home is fitted with an exhaust air heat pump that ventilates the house as well as providing space heating and hot water.

Water - rainwater harvesting and water saving devices are standard features.

Victorian Terrace – making older homes energy-efficient


As part of the rethinking housing refurbishment project, a disused Victorian stable block at the centre of the BRE Watford site has been transformed into three energy-efficient terraced homes fit for twenty-first century living. This project demonstrates best practice refurbishment including the latest processes, materials and technological advances. The stable block exhibited all of the problems associated with pre-1919 housing including solid brick walls, sash windows, a clay tile roof, dampness, disrepair and poor thermal performance. The design and renovation specification set tough performance targets whilst requiring the original character of the building to be retained. Low carbon materials and intelligent products were incorporated along with a digital communication infrastructure that monitors the condition and performance of the building and provides tele-assisted care for those needing it.

 

Media contact
 

For more information, please contact Zeenat Khanche in the UKTI Press Office on 0207 215 4218 or email:zeenat.khanche@ukti.gsi.gov.uk.


 

Notes to editors
 

UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) is the government department that helps UK-based companies succeed in the global economy. We also help overseas companies bring their high quality investment to the UK’s economy – acknowledged as Europe’s best place from which to succeed in global business. UKTI offers expertise and contacts through its extensive network of specialists in the UK, and in British embassies and other diplomatic offices around the world. We provide companies with the tools they require to be competitive on the world stage. For more information on UKTI, visit www.ukti.gov.uk or telephone +44 (0)20 7215 8000. For latest press releases, visit the online newsroom at www.ukti.gov.uk/media. You can also keep in touch with developments at UKTI through www.blog.ukti.gov.uk, www.twitter.com/ukti and www.flickr.com/photos/tags/ukti.


from: http://www.ukti.gov.uk/zh_cn/uktihome/item/123442.html?null


from: http://www.altekglobal.net/page/default_en.asp?ID=422&pageID=19

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