Presentation on theme: "Global Science And Innovation Advisory Council Briefing to Malaysian Financial Institutions Potential Future in Malaysian Biomass Industry 26 September."— Presentation transcript:
Global Science And Innovation Advisory Council Briefing to Malaysian Financial Institutions Potential Future in Malaysian Biomass Industry 26 September 2011 Joint Secretariat :
Introduction on GSIAC Content 1.Background of GSIAC 2.Inaugural Council Meeting on May 17, 2011 3. Implementation Governance 4. GSIAC Program 1- MBI 2 GSIAC l Overview A Malaysian delegation visit to US was headed by YAB Prime Minister from 25 to 30 September 2010 One of the announcements made during the visit was the setting up of the Global Science and Innovation Advisory Council (GSIAC) for Malaysia in New York GSIAC will be chaired by the Prime Minister and consist of selected ministers, corporate leaders and academics – Malaysia & New York Academy of Sciences President’s Council Members The Advisory Council is deemed a crucial added value to the efforts of the Malaysian Government to make a quantum jump from middle-income country to a high-income economy by the year 2020
Members of the Council 4 GSIAC l The Council comprises 35 members - 10 from Malaysia and 25 international members from China, India, Russia, Japan, Korea, The Netherlands, the UK and the USA.
Background of GSIAC Objectives of the GSIAC Council 1.Providing strategic advice and as sounding board on Malaysia’s aspirations of being a developed nation by 2020, through science and innovation; 2.Benchmarking Malaysia’s ranking and competitiveness in Science and Innovation against technologically advanced countries, and improving Malaysia’s capabilities in science and innovation; 3.Value adding to the achievement of Malaysia’s economic transformation programme objectives; 4.Intensify capacity building through industry-academia collaboration with world experts and globally renowned organisation; 5.Generating and increasing bilateral trade and investment value in short, medium and longer-term. 5 GSIAC l
Background of GSIAC 6 GSIAC l 2. Framework for Focus Areas : 1. Theme : “ Intensifying Sustainable and Balanced Growth Based on Innovation-led Economy ”
Malaysia’s existing strengths in the palm oil industry create opportunities for immediate technological and economic gains. Green Future promotes new economic opportunities and sustainability by ensuring industrial efficiencies, sustainable consumption and production and emphasis towards zero pollution. Green Futures will revolutionize the sourcing and usage of new technologies in energy, water, herbal pharmaceuticals, buildings and the transportation sector. This paper identify challenges and provides highly plausible measures to overcome them through the implementation models (Public Private Partnership, Center of Excellence and Multi Source Investment ). Synopsis : Green Futures High Impact Programs / Projects : Palm Oil Biomass Solar 3 rd Generation Biofuel Eco-labeling 7
The Inaugural Meeting on May 17,2011 1.The inaugural GSIAC Meeting was held on May 17 th, 2011 in New York, chaired by PM, attended by 25 council members. 2.There were 2 main presentations: Green Futures and the Innovative Digital Economy. 2 other main themes were also discussed: Smart cities / Smart villages and Human Capacity Building. The Chairman endorsed 3 key high impact programs: Program 1 : Malaysian Biomass Initiative (MBI); Program 2 : Smart Cities/Smart Village; Program 3 : Human Capacity Building. 8 GSIAC l Content 1.Background of GSIAC 2.Inaugural Council Meeting on May 17, 2011 3. Implementation Governance 4. GSIAC Program 1-MBI Background of GSIAC
Strategies for Program Implementation Supporting current national priorities (1Malaysia, NEM, GTP & ETP). Inclusive - Implementable downstream projects nationwide. Early wins through Pioneer Projects Industry led (for projects). Through Private-Public Partnership or Private Funding Initiative. Allows participation of local SMEs. High Impact - Economic & high skilled job creation. In line with sustainable development and low-carbon. 9 GSIAC l Content 1.Background of GSIAC 2.Inaugural Council Meeting on May 17, 2011 3. Implementation Governance 4. GSIAC Program 1-MBI Background of GSIAC
Biomass Technology for Uptaking by SMEs EU-Malaysia Biomass SP Biomass and Clean Development Mechanism Concepts, Trends, Perspectives in Enviromental Performace Optimising and Benchmarking the Economic Value of Biomass Success Stories of Biomass Conversion/SCP Projects Financing & Funding Opportunities Policy Intervention via Economic Instruments EU Market Access Opportunities for Biomass Product Pelleting Technology
NATIONAL BIOMASS ACTION PLANS OIL PALM BIOMASS ROADMAP FORESTRY MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE AGROOTHERS EU-Switch Asia Project by MIGHT National Biomass Planning Macro economic Study Malaysia Innovation Agency (AIM)
1 Vision To be the market leader in high value green chemicals through excellence in technology development, capacity building and enabling infrastructure. 4 Strategies Biomass aggregation – to establish collection hubs at strategic locations. Local capacity building - to attract technology companies to Joint Venture with local players. To prepare SMEs uptake in the green chemical to produce products Establishment of policy and related enablers. 6 Early wins Operationalisation of Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) for MBI. Launching on Oil Palm Integrated Cluster. Pledges by Technology Companies 7 Key collaborators Private sector – Felda & Sime Darby. Government- KeTTHA, MOSTI, MOHE, MPOB,AIM,Biotech C, MIGHT & Academia. 3 Key issues ……need to coordinate biomass supply & accelerate local capability The need to reap full value from biomass through fractionation process Supply biomass need to be more coordinated. Current industry focus to capitalise on the Feed-In-Tarriff (FIT) through converting biomass into energy. 2 Objective To capitalise on Malaysia’s existing strengths in the oil palm industry & uptapped opportunities from biomass, for technological and economic gains. Shift focus to downstream production of higher value bio-based chemicals & products manufacturing. To attract the anticipated full scale commecialisation of bio-based R&D by global technology companies by 2013-14. 5 2020 Impact RM 100 B 90,000 Jobs creation Economic -Add Revenue Program 1 : Malaysian Biomass Initiative (MBI) 12 GSIAC l
13 Need To Reap Full Value Of Our Raw Materials Through Fractionation Centralized collector Value Generated from ‘Whole’ Use RM275 per ton biomass RM55 per ton biomass Wholly burned for power Biomass Wholly mulched/ composted for fertilizer Value from Fractionation Fermentable sugars (C5, C6) Lignin Ash/Char Silica Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium RM800-4000/T biomass RM150-1000/T biomass RM100-300/T biomass [tbd] RM55/ton biomass Bio-chemicals Power/additive Power/Fertilizer Chems, glass Fertilizer vs. Biomass Higher Value Output : GSIAC l
14 Oil Palm Biomass Value Chain Bio Based Product Manufacturers Biomass Policy Biomass Roadmap Ecosystem devt. Meeting RE national target Capacity building SME devt. Job creation Economic activities Felda Sime Darby Plantations Aggregation Technology Companies Biomass supply Biomass demand Supply of high value chemical (Bioplastics, pharma related, etc.) UPSTREAM MIDSTREAM DOWNSTREAM Related Support Services Providers Stakeholders : Role / Impact : 12A3 Biomass Cluster on site 4 Local Value Chain Development 5 Ecosystem Development MIGHT AIM Initial Biomass supplier Facilitator (Aggregator SPV formation) Facilitator on Commercialisation (Consortium formation) EPU MIGHT MOF MITI Other Ministries MPOB Biotech Corp MLSCF Pre-treatment 2B GSIAC l
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