Energy Efficiency & Energy Management Training Program
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Energy Efficiency & Energy Management Training Program

Glenmarie Holiday Inn Ballroom 2
Date: 18 Dec 2015 - 19 Dec 2015
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Event: Energy Efficiency & Energy Management Training Program
Title: Energy Efficiency Management For Air Conditioning & Mechanical Ventilation (ACMV) System Training Module
Organizing Person: Steve Anthony Lojuntin
Department Head – SEDA Energy Demand Management Unit
Date: 18 & 19 November 2015
Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Place: Glenmarie Holiday Inn Ballroom 2
MASHRAE: Ir Chen TL & Ir Ng Yong Kong
Representatives: SIRIM, CIDB, KLCC Urusharta, Suppliers, Contractors, Building Owners, Asset Management, ETC.
Attendance: 35 pac
Report: Continuation of the implementation of 2011 Government Lead By Example (GLBE) Program and Sustainable Achieve via Energy Efficiency (SAVE) Program under Entry Point Project 9 (EPP9) – Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) for the Oil , Gas and Energy, SEDA Malaysia has identified four (4) training programs to support the implementation of these initiatives. This training program has been identified by the Strategic Reform Initiative (SRI), an initiative introduced by Performance Management Delivery Unit, PEMANDU to support the implementation of programs and improve the capacity and knowledge and to address the human capital needs in specific areas under EPP9.
  Since 2013, Energy Demand Management (EDM) Unit has organized and experienced in conducting numbers of energy efficiency and energy management awareness and training programs with Local Authority and Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB). For the training programs, EDM Unit has developed four training modules on energy efficiency and energy management. Since year 2013, EDM has conducted awareness training using these training modules. The training modules are as below:Energy Management in Building;
  i. Energy Management in Building;
  ii. Principles and Applications of Malaysia Standard MS1525: Code of Practice on Energy Efficiency and Use of Renewable Energy for Non-Residential Buildings;
  iii. Energy Efficiency Management for Air-Conditioning and Mechanical Ventilation (ACMV) System; and
  iv. Energy Audit in Building;
  The SAVE Program for Chillers was a specific part of the the overall SAVE Program that was created and administered federally by the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (MEGTW) in 2011 and is funded by the Government under its Economic Transformation Program (ETP) to stimulate teh economy. The SAVE Program was under Entry Point Project 9 where improving energy efficiency had been identified to boost the economy development of Malaysia.
  RM14.4 million was allocated for the SAVE Program (Chiller) with funding awarded on a first come, first served basis to eligible business owners who replace existing chillers with new EE chillers for their buildings during the rebate offer period through SEDA Malaysia. The rebate amount was RM200 per RT (refrigeration ton).
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