Presentation on theme: "ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ The Energy Conservation Center,Japan （ ECCJ) May 27, 2002 Energy Star Program Implementation in Japan."— Presentation transcript:
ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ The Energy Conservation Center,Japan （ ECCJ) May 27, 2002 Energy Star Program Implementation in Japan
Topics lImplementation of Energy Star program lTasks of ECCJ lWeb site lPublic relations activities lBrochures and posters lExhibition lSurvey lPenetration lCurrent status lRemoval from the product list lTop runner program,Energy-saving labeling program and another program
ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ Registration procedure Designated application forms for company registration and product registration should be submitted to METI to participate in this program. ECCJ is assigned to conduct its related tasks of the program and number of activities by METI. The role of the industry associations in this program The industry associations provide their technical observations concerning the products. The industry associations have discussions on amendments to the specifications. Implementation Procedure of Energy Star Program in Japan JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association) JBMIA (Japan Business Machine and Information Industries Association = former JBMA) CIAJ (Communications and Industry network Association of Japan)
ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ A. Public Relations Accepting manufacturers’ registration and publishing the list of company names and their products through Internet. Dissemination and promotion of the Energy Star logo utilizing brochures, posters,newspapers, and magazines. B. Surveys Field survey on labeling and description for products and brochure. Survey of market shares (penetration rate) of Energy Star-compliant products. Various surveys aiming at expanding the program to include energy-efficient guidelines for more products besides office equipment: specifically, surveys related to the stock and energy intensity or energy efficiency of some products C. Collecting Information and its Analysis Collecting and analyzing data and information on labeling programs and technologies in countries abroad. Tasks of ECCJ
METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) Registered company Product application paper ECCJ 1. Input data (MS-Access) 2. 3. Publicizing on ECCJ Web site 4. Web visitors can search by wildcard matching the products list PC (Input data) Web Server Procedure of registration products transfer CGI (Common Gateway Interface)is used for our Web site. Submitting ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ
uList of registered manufacturers and model names (http://www.eccj.or.jp/ene-star/english/search/products.html) uCGI (Common Gateway Interface) is used for our Web site. uHow to search for registered products uSelect one product among the 8 office equipment products uSelect brand name of the product uSelect the year of the registered product uVisitors may combine and type in all of the information above. uVisitors may search by “wildcard matching” brand and model names - they can obtain the model list by typing in only the part of the name. Product Search on Web site
Procedure of Computer Series Registration When registering a product that has various numbers of models (e.g., BTO (Build to Order), Customized PC), it is inconvenient to make an application for each model, as so many combinations will occur depending on its system configuration. To avert the inconvenience, a manufacturer is advised to register one name of the basic model as a series name for the series registration. The series registration started in 2000. A set of materials to be submitted: b. Compliant Condition (Used in ECCJ Web site) c. Detailed Compliant Models Data (Used under the management of ECCJ) Attach “series” at the end of the name of the model. A registered company may register the whole series with one name, or may group the whole series into several names based on the product configuration. (e.g., capacity and combinations of HD and memory, or other specifications). Needed in both paper and digital formats (in a Ms-word format). Submit a form filled with the product’s compliant condition, attached with “a. Registration form”. The documents will be inserted into the Web site. All detailed models data of Energy Star Compliant Models shall be submitted to ECCJ (e.g., in a Ms-Excel format). The data will be transformed to a MS-Access format by ECCJ to retain as searchable data. Series now registered: ･ 10 registered companies ･ 600 series models ･ 1 million detailed models a. Registration Form (Used for general product application)
ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ u Public Relations Dissemination and promotion of the Energy Star logo utilizing brochures, posters, newspapers, and magazines (e.g. achievement for year 2001 ) uDistributing 32,000 copies of brochures to 21,000 sites and 5,700 copies of posters to 5,300 sites, including public offices, schools, and companies uAdvertising in 8 newspapers, 13 specialized magazines, and posters in trains Public Activities Brochure Newspaper Poster
ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ Energy Star Program in ENEX “Energy and Environment Exhibition” isENEX “Energy and Environment Exhibition” is a comprehensive exhibition held under the theme of "Energy Conservation and New Energies enriching Daily Life.” This is hosted by ECCJ and NEDO once a year. The 26th ENEX was held in February 2002 at two sites: in Tokyo and Osaka. We had 60,000 visitors over six days. Energy Star-compliant products are exhibited with metering devices to indicate current power consumption for the promotion of Energy Star compliant products.
ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ ENEX “Energy and Environment Exhibition” Smart Life exhibition of ECCJ Energy-saving lecture Association of gas Energy-save Labeling for home appliances New energy saving automobile
ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ Metering device to indicate current power consumption Energy Star-compliant products are exhibited
ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ Metering device to indicate current power consumption Energy Star-compliant products are exhibited
ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ Cumulative Number of Energy-Star Product Models registered in Japan (As of March 2002) During the past six years, registered models of seven equipment products together number over 15,000. The program currently has about 100 registered companies. Number of models Computers Monitors Printers Fax Machines Copiers Scanners Multifunction Devices 40 56 58 27 13 15 21 Number of registered companies
92% 40 ％ FY 1995 FY 1998 COMPUTERS 98% 31 ％ MONITORS 96% 66 ％ PRINTERS 24% 14 ％ FAX MACHINES 75% 38 ％ COPIERS 49% N/A (*2) MULTI-FUNCTION DEVICES 21% SCANNERS FY 1995 FY 1998 The Market Share of Energy Star-compliant Products in Japan (*1) The market shares (penetration rate) is the ratio of Energy Star-compliant products out of all products manufactured by the registered companies,covering only the previous years of the survey. The data are obtained through surveys conducted by ECCJ in FY1996 and FY1999. (*2) Multi-function Devices and Scanners have been covered since February 1999. N/A (*2)
ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ Procedure to remove product model names from the Web site (1) 1. Listing of the target models ECCJ makes a list of models that have been on the Web site for more than four years and presents it to the industry associations and non-member registered companies. 2. Distribution of the list The industry associations distribute the list to the respective member companies. 3. Selection of specific models to be removed Each registered company checks the list and selects the specific models to be removed, and reports to the industry associations.
ＥＣＣＪ ＥＣＣＪ Procedure to remove product model names from the Web site (2) 4. Submission of the model names to be removed The industry associations collect the lists from respective member companies and submit them to ECCJ. (Non-member companies submit them directly to ECCJ.) 5. Removal of models from the Web site ECCJ removes the models from the Web site, not from its original database, in accordance with the submitted list. 6. Recounting of the official number of registered models The official number of the models that ECCJ announces to the public is the number of the models listed on the Web site. The removed models from the Web site are no longer counted.
Overview of Energy Conservation Law Energy Conservation Law Revised: June 1998 Enforced: April 1999 Industrial sector Residential / Commercial sector Top Runner Programs Transportation sector New Information Guidelines for Energy Management 1st class designated energy management factories Energy Labeling Program Advanced DSM Implementation Method 1st class designated energy management factories 1st class designated energy management factories 2nd class designated energy management factories 2nd class designated energy management factories Top Runner Programs Electric home appliances (5 Items) Key Point Revised: June 1998 Enforced: April 1999
Top Runner Program Target level : Highest efficient level in the market (Previous targets were based on the average efficient level in the market) Categorization: Targets are set by product groups in which the same targets can be pursued. Target period : in 4 ～ 12 years Evaluation : Weight average of shipped products ＥＣＣ Ｊ ＥＣＣ Ｊ
Additional product items of Top Runner Program Energy efficiency effect vs base year Air conditioners (for use in both cooling and heating) Television receivers Video cassette recorders Fluorescent lamp luminaries Copiers Computers Magnetic disk drives Gasoline-fueled passenger cars Gasoline-fueled trucks Diesel-powered passenger cars Electric refrigerators Electric freezers Target year 2004 2005 2003 2005 2006 2010 2005 2004 (partially 2007) 63% vs ‘97 17% vs ‘97 59% vs ‘97 17% vs ‘97 30% vs ‘97 83% vs ‘97 78% vs ‘97 23% vs ‘95 13% vs ‘95 15% vs ‘95 7% vs ‘95 30% vs ‘98 Diesel-powered trucks Current 12 Product Items Additional 8 product Items Oil burning space heater Gas cooking appliance Gas water heater Oil burning water heater and boiler Electric toilet seat Gas space heater Items Vending machine Transformer Voluntary labeling program Saving 1.2Mkl crude oil (2.9Mt-CO 2 ) by expanding Top Runner items
ＥＣＣ Ｊ ＥＣＣ Ｊ Additional product items of Top Runner Program
Top Runner Program and Items Subject to Labeling Air conditioners (for use in both cooling and heating) Television receivers Video cassette recorders Fluorescent lamp luminaries Copiers Computers Magnetic disk drives Gasoline-fueled passenger cars Gasoline-fueled trucks Diesel-powered passenger cars Electric refrigerators Target year Energy efficiency effect 2004 2003 2005 2006 2010 2005 2004 ( partially 2007) 63% 16% 59% 17% 30% 83% 78% 23% 13% 15% 7% 30% Diesel-powered trucks Product categories under Top Runner Program Energy-saving Labeling Program Air conditioners Television receivers Fluorescent lamp luminaries Electric refrigerators Labeling indications Note Electric freezers Indication of the target achievement rate JIS Examination Committee JIS Examination Committee JIS stipulation JIS stipulation 5 Items Items 2003
Under the current “Energy Efficiency Law” in Japan, manufacturers are obligated to display the information of a product, such as product name, model name, energy efficiency rate, and power consumption for the designated products. The objective is to help consumers readily compare and choose energy efficient products when purchasing. “Energy-saving Labeling Program,” which has been implemented since August in 2000, serves as a complement to the obligation under the Law. It is introduced as a tool for consumers to actually make a relative comparison of the energy efficiency of the products. This program has covered only home electronic appliances. Electric appliances for business use are not covered, because, in most companies, a purchasing administration department whose staffs have expertise in energy efficiency is assigned to choose and purchase energy efficient products. Currently, “Energy–saving Labeling Program” is promoted as a voluntary program based on JIS (Japanese Industrial Standards). Japanese government will consider expanding Top Runner program in accordance with additional product items. Overview of Energy-saving Labeling Program
Method of Energy-Saving Labeling Program ☆ Method 1 ☆ Method 2 Logo Achievement rate of energy efficiency standards 91% Annual power consumption ××× kWh/year Target year Target year Achievement rate of energy efficiency standards Energy consumption efficiency Target year Achievement rate of energy efficiency standards 107% Logo Target year Energy efficiency standard Energy consumption efficiency * The label size differs depending on the space available for indication. Annual power consumption ××× kWh /year Labeling Method ＥＣＣ Ｊ ＥＣＣ Ｊ
Specific Method for Energy-Saving Labeling Achievement rate of energy efficiency Television receivers, Electric refrigerators, freezers Energy efficiency standards Energy efficiency ☆ Method 1 ☆ Method 2 Air conditioners, Fluorescent lamp luminaries Energy efficiency standards Energy efficiency (kWh / year) (COP, lm/W) ＥＣＣ Ｊ ＥＣＣ Ｊ
Energy Conservation Law This law obligates those involved in the manufacture and import of energy-consuming equipment to improve the equipment’s energy efficiency. The target products Air conditioners, Televisions, VCRs, Refrigerators, Freezers, Fluorescent lamp luminaries, Copiers, Computers, Magnetic disk units, Gasoline-fueled passenger cars, Gasoline-fueled freight vehicles, Diesel-fueled passenger cars, Diesel-fueled freight vehicles. Energy Saving-Labeling Program This is a program that displays on labels the degree to which home electric appliances have reached energy saving standards stipulated by the “Energy Conservation Law.” The target products Air conditioners, Fluorescent lamp luminaries, Televisions, Refrigerators, Freezers. International Energy Star Program The target products Computers, Monitors, Printers, Fax machines, Copiers, Multifunction Devices, Scanners. Law on Promoting Green Purchasing This law stipulates basic items for encouraging the national government and independent administrative organizations to purchase products (eco-friendly goods) that are beneficial in reducing the burden on our environment. The target products (101 products in total of 14 items) Various programs related to energy-saving in electrical appliances and office equipment in Japan Energy-saving Label Eco Mark Program The Japan Environment Association, under the direction of Japanese Ministry of the Environment, is conducting this project in order to achieve the diffusion and education of products that protect the environment. The mark is labeled on products recognized as being environment-friendly. The target products (68 items) In addition to office equipment (computers (including monitors),printers, copiers), there are 65 other recognized products varieties(home appliances are not included in this category) Eco Mark International Energy Star Logo Items Papers Office equipment Home appliances Illumination Automobiles Specified products for purchase Data paper,Printing paper,Hygiene paper(toilet paper) Computers,Printers,Fax machines,Copiers,etc. Refrigerators,Air conditioners,Televisions,VCRs Fluorescent lamp luminaries,Fluorescent light bulbs Natural gas vehicles,Hybrid vehicles,etc. Nine other items in addition to the above.
Electric products and the application of the various standards Television Freezers VCRs Refrigerators Fluorescent lamp luminaries Computers Magnetic disk units Monitors Printers Fax machines Copiers Standard copiers Product Items Braun tubes Liquid crystal display televisions Energy Conservation Law Large-format copiers, Multifunction Devices, Digital copiers Scanners Energy-saving Labeling Program Air conditioners International Energy Star Program Law on Promoting Green Purchasing Eco Mark Program Home electric appliances Office equipment The round mark( ) in the chart indicates equipment that conforms to standards of power consumption. (The information in the parentheses indicates the name of the standards that forms the basis of judgment. “Energy Star” is an abbreviation for “International Energy Star Program.”) (Energy Conservation Law) (Energy Conservation Law, Energy Star) (Energy Star) (Energy Conservation Law, Energy Star) (Energy Conservation Law) (Energy Star) (Energy Conservation Law, Energy Star) (Energy Star) (Energy Conservation Law)