Presentation on theme: "UPDATE ON EE&C ACTIVITIES IN MALAYSIA Singapore 6 th June 2007."— Presentation transcript:
UPDATE ON EE&C ACTIVITIES IN MALAYSIA Singapore 6 th June 2007
9 th MALAYSIA PLAN (9 th MP) – ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONSERVATION 1) Focus on EE initiatives in industrial and commercial sectors Use more EE lightings & air-conditioning systems EE measures & improvements in plants, equipment & processes Efficient Electrical Energy Management Regulation Amendment of UBBL to include MS:1525 Labelling of electrical appliances Encourage more use of High Efficient Motors
9 th MP – EE&C (cont’d) 2) More awareness on EE to be initiated EE&RE courses in higher learning institutions Special courses for professionals and ESCOs in energy-related management 3) Promote greater EE in government buildings Energy audits to further improve EE 4) Further improvement of financial and fiscal incentives
EE INITIATIVES Preparation of Legislative Framework Final Draft of Efficient Management of Electrical Energy Regulations Inclusion of EE elements in Uniform Building By-Laws (UBBL) Guidelines for EE Equipments drafted Fiscal Incentives Given to Companies Dealing with EE since 2001 Pioneer Status, Investment Tax Allowance, Import Duty & Sales Tax Exemption
EE&C Guidelines for Malaysian Industries Background: The government through its cooperation with Japan government under the GPP (Green Partnership Programme) has included energy benchmarking as one of its main programme agenda PTM under the Malaysian Industrial Energy Efficiency Improvement Project (MIEEIP) took up the role to develop the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Guidelines as an enhancement to the existing Benchmarking programme. The development of the guidelines was kicked off with assistance from JETRO and ECCJ, which dispatched experts to guide and review the guideline development. Energy Commission is taking the role roles of steering the development and publishing the guidelines.
Japan Green Partnership Policy (GPP) Project 2005 Overall Benchmarking Enhancement Programme – Internal Benchmarking
Electrical Energy- Use Equipment Objectives: To provide guidance to the Malaysian Industries for efficient utilization of electrical energy-use equipment in a generic way. To promote EE and EC activities in Malaysian industries particularly on the energy benchmarking of commonly-used equipments Encourage industries to use the guidelines as a reference document for EE and EC activities Reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) that have global warming potentials through efficient use of energy in equipment
EQUIPMENT Transformers Motors Chillers Cooling towers Fans and blowers Lighting Pumps Air compressors
Zero Energy Office Zero Energy Office (ZEO) of Pusat Tenaga Malaysia Completion July 2007
Energy Audit Government Buildings Energy Audits 10 Government buildings Economic Planning Unit, Prime Minister Department Complex Ministry of Finance Complex Ministry of Domestic Trade Ministry of Defence Selayang Hospital Immigration Department Cawangan Berek Tengah Markas 93 Bn Kp Universiti Malaya Medical Centre General Hospital Kuala Lumpur Pengkalan TLDM Lumut
Objectives To support PM Commitment Catalyst to realize the target of 10% reduction of energy consumption. To identify enabling factors - technical, management and legal. To create awareness among the public and government offices/ buildings on EE practices. To promote a sustainable EE programme in the management of government buildings.
Output Expected From Project Energy audit report energy performance of building measures to reduce energy consumption - technical, management and legal. Trained staffs on energy management and implementation of Energy Efficiencies and conservation activities. Data on Building Energy Index for government buildings in Malaysia for various type and categories. Best practices and policy recommendation on energy conservation in various types of buildings.
CETREE Activities Center for Education and Training on RE and EE (CETREE)- to provide quality information and services to increase awareness amongst the public, private sector and government officials on the applications and benefits of Renewable Energy (RE) and Energy Efficiency (EE). Developed RE and EE in school curriculum. Trained school teachers on the RE and EE subjects. Conducted competition Demo school project
NEXT ACTION Develop EE and EC Guidelines for Malaysia Industries (Part 2: Thermal equipment) Execute pilot projects in accordance with the guidelines Extend EE labelling equipment (from refrigerator and motor) Encourage local manufacturers to introduce and produce more EE equipment
Government intervention necessary Regulatory framework – EE Regulations, UBBL Building The Critical Mass More energy audits in Government buildings Human resource development Continue capacity building through regional and international cooperation – DANIDA, UNDP, GEF, NEDO, GPP etc. NEXT STEPS
CONCLUSION Importance of strengthening the regulatory framework for sustainable energy development Energy efficiency programme could give a lot of benefit such as: 1. Lower production cost to stay competitive 2. Long term profit 3. Cash flow for other priority e.g. promotion campaign 4. Improvement in productivity
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