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Energy Efficient Post Disaster Housing Defining Options and Challenges

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  1. Energy Efficient Post Disaster Housing Defining Options and Challenges C. Kelly ProAct Network Energy Efficiency and Post Disaster Shelter

  2. Energy Efficiency – The Golden Fleece? • Mentioned in various reports, guidance, proposals • Addressed as a matter of course, sometimes • What is it? • More importantly, how do you do it • Post disaster • In emergency, transition and permanent shelter • Quickly • In the face of resistance to change Energy Efficiency and Post Disaster Shelter

  3. Energy Efficiency - What is it? “using less energy to provide the same service” (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory: http://eetd.lbl.gov/ee/ee-1.html) Design – materials and methods used Siting – location, layout, land use, natural resource use Delivery – transport, storage, packaging Construction – methods and management Operation – sustainable – options for further reduction in energy use Energy Efficiency and Post Disaster Shelter

  4. The Stuff Post-Disaster energy efficiency efforts tend to focus on: • Stoves – heating and cooking • Insulation – using various methods • Materials – bricks, local materials (or not) • Ventilation - design and siting • Innovation – Biogas, solar panels, solar heating Is post disaster shelter energy efficiency driven by interest in specific methods? Energy Efficiency and Post Disaster Shelter

  5. The How To Challenge of finding usable guidance on how to: • Safer Homes, Stronger Communities; A Handbook for Reconstructing after Natural Disasters (World Bank) • Green Recovery and Reconstruction Toolkit (American Red Cross/WWF US) • Lots of individual guidance and ideas • A gap in a comprehensive package of approaches, methods and tools? Energy Efficiency and Post Disaster Shelter

  6. The Human Side • Innovation and resistance: Do disaster survivors want energy efficiency? • Ideas and reality: Can a good energy efficient design be implemented in a realistic timeframe with realistic resources? • Magic markers and mechanical pencils: Can architects and engineers communicate? • Time and level of effort: Can everything be done, or is there a need to focus, and if yes, on what? Energy Efficiency and Post Disaster Shelter

  7. To Summarize Energy Efficient Post Disaster Shelter • Concepts and process clear • Practice tends to lag policy • Concepts tend to lead practice • Potential practices tend to be scattered Is an Energy Efficiency and Post Disaster Shelter Guide • Needed? • Will it make any difference? Energy Efficiency and Post Disaster Shelter

  8. Energy Efficient Post Disaster Housing – Defining Options and Challenges C. Kelly ProAct Network Disasterkelly@yahoo.com Energy Efficiency and Post Disaster Shelter