Energy Sustainability Conference

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WARMEST WELCOME to all who are attending this exciting 2-days energy conference! This is the first series of our annual energy conference meticulously designed to spread the good news, gain deeper insights and open our eyes in addressing the issues of capital-intensive energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy (RE). Energy is vital in almost every aspect the world faces today, be it jobs, climate change, businesses, industry, security, food production and for future generation. The need for larger supplies of energy to power a country is of high importance. Thus, managing EE and harnessing RE is pivotal for strengthening economies, protecting ecosystems and sustaining growth. In this conference, we have assembled committed and influential figures from the energy community encompassing stakeholders from government, multi-national and private companies. These are the compelling reasons why you should be part of this conference:• It’s an avenue for excellent networking opportunities with leading energy pioneers, producers, professionals and peers. • Attain expert advice on new developments, best practices and how to handle energy challenges. • EE makes business sense, providing positive impacts to both the financial and environmental bottom lines. • EE & RE are the golden key of our nation’s energy future and the solution to arrest issues related to climate change and reducing carbon footprint. • Access to finance, with specific products structured and adapted for energy target market. • Know the attractive tax incentives available to support your energy-related business plans. We are honoured to have speakers from esteem organisation convene under one-roof to share the best practices, discuss opportunities, exchange ideas, deliver information and present solutions to muster the challenges of EE and RE. This conference serves as the necessary steps toward instilling greater energy efficiency behaviour among Malaysian and advancing the rich variety of our renewable energy sources to tap its business potentials globally. As such, I invite you all not to miss out on this opportunity to broaden your knowledge and know-how of the holistic energy awareness for Malaysia to achieve greater energy security, cleaner environment and a healthier economy. Emy Lindsay Conference Producer

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eing a progressive developing country, Malaysia‘s economic activities is accelerated by its growing population and robust

manufacturing sector which have been the major driver for the increasing demand of energy supply. The nation’s energy consumption had increased from 13 million tonne-of-oil equivalent (toe) in 1990 to about 41 million toe in 2010, reflecting an annual average growth rate of 6 percent. At the same time, Malaysia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew at an annual average growth rate 5 to 6 percent. Historically, the nation’s energy demand growth rate has always been higher than the growth rates of its GDP. As living standards rise and urban populations increase, satisfying our energy demand in a sustainable manner has become the world’s biggest challenge. According to the world International Energy Agency (IEA), the global energy efficiency (EE) market is worth at least $310 billion a year and growing. EE has the potential to support economic growth, enhance social development, advance environmental sustainability, ensure energy-system security and build wealth. In response to both economic concerns and climate change, legislators and regulators have supported energy efficiency at unprecedented level and spearhead energy issues to the top of the public agenda, causing growing emphasis on a low-carbon emission future. The biggest share of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions reductions of about 40 percent comes from EE. Malaysia has announced aspirations to benefit from EE initiatives from as early as the 7th Malaysia Plan (7MP) but has yet to achieve measurable success. Specific targets were set out in the 9th MP and attractive fiscal initiatives were provided for the adoption of such initiatives. We must embrace EE to negate the dreadful climate change for the betterment of our environment. On the contrary, we are very fortunate to be blessed with abundant source of alternative fuel through Renewable Energy (RE) as our future sustainable energy.

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How Will You Benefit • Find out the key roles of policy makers in addressing EE implementation with clearly defined policy statement, objectives, targets and strategic implementation plan for the nation. • Discover the achievements and success stories/ cases by the energy front-liners who have successful find solutions and approaches to increase bottom lines via energy savings. • Learn about the energy demand growth,

unlock the immense market potentials and capture the ROI in EE and RE market in

Malaysia. • Understand more about the harmful effect of climate change that causes global warming and is affecting the whole world at an alarming rate. • Unleash our capabilities to equip our country to address global warming and stand tall among powerful economies that are pushing the envelope to protect the world environment. • Know the cutting-edge green technologies, eco-products and services to deliver sustainable economic growth and remedy energy security issues.

Who Will Benefit This conference is specially created for you and is applicable to delegates from all government and private sector who are involved in energy efficiency and sustainability from Top Level Management; Managerial/ Supervisory Level; Academicians and Middle/ Executive Level.

Industries/Sectors That Will Benefit Power Producer, Oil & Gas, Industrial/ Manufacturing/ Production, Government Agencies, Local Authorities, Engineering, Facility/ Building, Hotel, Automotive, Energy Companies, Construction, Banking/ Finance, Retail, Logistics, Hospital/ Healthcare and many more.

Recommendation In the pursuit of making EE initiatives successful in Malaysia, a behavioral change is imperative such as doing the right thing to restrict climate change and preserve our natural environment/ resources for future generation. We also need to take the cue by actively developing Renewable Energy (RE) through its rich natural sources like sunlight, water, wind and biomass to help combat global warming due to climate change. Outlined in our 2-days conference agenda are the deliverables that could be the solutions to stamp Malaysia as a role model for EE and RE in the world.


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Speakers’ Profile Ir. Francis Xavier Jacob is a Senior Analyst with the Energy Commission (EC) Malaysia, having previously held the position of Director of Energy Management and Industrial Development of EC. His specialities include the formulation and implementation of national energy efficiency and renewable energy policies, strategies and programmes, including cost/ benefit analysis of proposed programmes, recommending suitable targets and monitoring of programmes. He works cooperatively with international agencies such as United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and ASEAN in the development of regional energy efficiency programmes. He holds a Master Degree in Environment. He is a registered Professional Engineer and is a member of the Institute of Engineers Malaysia (IEM). Ir. Abdul Rahim

is the current Director of Energy Management Development and Service Quality of Energy Commission Malaysia. His main role is to regulate the usage of electricity or Demand Side Management among industrial and commercial consumers, monitoring utilities performance in the area of services and ensuring reasonable quality of supply to consumers. In 2004, he was appointed as Regional Director of Energy Commission, then as Director of Electricity Safety Regulations responsible for investigating and analysing electrical accident cases, reviewing electrical regulatory framework, attending to disputes and other functions specified under the Malaysia Electricity Supply Act. He has a Master in Management and is a registered professional engineer with Board of Engineers Malaysia.

Zuaida Abdullah is the Director of Clean Technology and Environment Management Division, MIDA. She started her career with MIDA in 1996 as Assistant Director in Chemical Division. In her tenure with MIDA, she held numerous posts starting with Chemical and Life Science Division, Information Communication Technology (ICT) Division and Electrical Division. In 2013 she headed the Strategic Planning & Policy Advocacy Division which involved in formulation and review policies, strategies and guidelines for Manufacturing License, Incentives and expatriate posts, as well as preparation of incentives proposal for the government Annual Budget. Zuaida is a graduate from the University of Malaya majoring in Accountancy. Zaini Abdul Wahab

is a Group Operation Director in CNS Group at local and Asian markets, specializing in energy management consultancy and total energy conservation solutions. He is also a committee member of MAESCO, a certified Energy Management System Expert by UNIDO, a registered Energy Manager, a Certified Trainer with HRDF and a registered consultant with Asia Development Bank. In 2004 he joined the EC to head the Demand Side Management Unit and was appointed by the KETTHA to develop EPPs on Energy Efficiency in ETP in 2010 for Oil, Gas & Energy Sector. He became the Director of Energy Efficiency, SEDA Malaysia in 2011 and finally rejoined the private sector in 2012 by establishing his own firm. As an environment and energy efficiency activist, he has been actively promoting and increase awareness on energy efficient to all walks of life. He holds a Bachelor Degree (Hons.) in Mechanical Engineering.

Prof. Dr. Zainuddin Abdul Manan

is Dean of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia's (UTM) Faculty of Chemical Engineering. He began his career as product engineer in PETRONAS and Hume Industries. He is a researcher, consultant, a chartered engineer, a certified energy manager, a registered electrical energy manager and certified professional trainer. His accomplishment is far-reaching, in 2014 Imperial College London bestow him Chemical Engineering Distinguished Lecture; Winner of Saudi Arabia’s 2008 Prince Sultan International Prize for Water & Top Research Scientists of Malaysia in 2013. He received UTM Outstanding Researcher and UTM Outstanding Academician Awards and Pannonia Honorary Doctorate Award from University of Pannonia, Hungary all in 2014. His contribution to UTM’s sustainable energy management transformation program has led UTM to achieve USD2.3 million energy savings between 2011 and 2014, becoming the winner of the ASEAN Energy Award in 2012. He holds a Master of Science from University of Manchester and PhD, Chemical Engineering from University of Edinburgh in 1998.

Ir. Dr. K.S. Kannan is currently the National Project Manager for the UNIDO-GEF project on ‘Industrial Energy Efficiency for Malaysian Manufacturing sector’ as well as UNIDO Coordinator for UNIDO-GEF projects. His experience in energy research and consultancy include collaboration with international energy organization span more than 30 years. He has written several papers on energy and presented at seminars/conferences locally and internationally. He has served as Chairman of the Technical Committee on Energy Efficiency involved in the update of Malaysian Standard MS1525 Code of Practice for EE and use of RE for non-residential Buildings. He is a professional engineer with the Board of Engineers, Malaysia and a Chartered Engineer with the Engineering Council, U.K. a Fellow of the IMechE UK and also the IEM, Malaysia.

Prof. Ir. Dr. Lim Yun Seng is the Head, Faculty of Engineering & Science at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR). In his work capacity, he has secured 11 external research grants from KETTHA, MOSTI as well as The Ministry of Higher Education for the research projects on smart grid and renewable energy with total amount of research grants amounting RM4.33 million or USD1.23 million. He has filed 4 patents on his inventions and had carried out 12 consultancy projects for various industries, universities and engineering societies. He holds a B.Eng, 1st Class Honour in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), UK and obtained his PhD at UMIST in Power Systems in 2001. He is the Professional Engineer and CEng registered with Board of Engineer Malaysia and UK Engineering Council respectively. He is also the full member of IET, IEM and IEEE.

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Speakers’ Profile Dr. Wei Nee Chen

is the Chief Corporate Officer of Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA), involved in the development of subsidiary legislations under the Renewable Energy Act 2011 [Act 725], the ICT framework of the e-FiT online system, and strategizing the communications on the FIT. She was in New Zealand for 14 years serving in the banking, insurance, freezing and health industries before returning to Malaysia. From 2005-2010, she was a Technical Advisor in the Malaysia Building Integrated Photovoltaic (MBIPV) Project; a project by KETTHA with support from Global Environment Facility through UNDP. Her role in MBIPV project was to create awareness and capacity development of grid-connected solar PV systems in the country. She holds a Degree in Computer Science from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, an MBA from Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, and a PhD in Business Administration from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

Mohd Sharizal is the Vice President of Business & Technology Advisory Division in Malaysia Debt Ventures Bhd (MDV). The Division provides services relating to management and technical due diligence, research, knowledge management and technical services. He has about 18 years of experience in the financial industry, with related interests in the field of ICT and new sciences. Prior to joining MDV, Sharizal was previously attached to the Amcorp Group, the Jardines Group and Ratings Agency Malaysia. He started in MDV as a Credit Analyst in 2002 and has held various other positions in the company before eventually being promoted to his current position. Sharizal graduated from the University of New South Wales, Australia with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, with double major in Accounting & Information Systems. Danesh Nadarajan

is an Engineer with Suria Infiniti Sdn Bhd. He is experienced in consultation & practical installation of Energy Management System, Monitoring Devices, Monitoring Software's, and also becoming one of the members of the Energy Auditing Team. In his work capacity, he has attended the Energy Manager Training Course (EMTC) by MAESCO, Certified Energy Manager Course by AEMAS and also participated in the UNIDO Training Programme. Danesh holds a Civil Engineering Degree from Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN) and pursuing another Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM). He is also a member of Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) and the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) Malaysian.

Faisal Ibrahim is currently the Vice President of RE/EE Division for IRDA. He has been working for more than 22 years in the Manufacturing Industries particular in the field of project management, process improvement and risk management. With the expertise and knowledge acquired in process management, he joined IRDA Processing Division (called “Iskandar Service Centre”) in 2009 to facilitate investment in Iskandar Malaysia. In 2011, he has been given a new task in the area of RE/EE from the aspect of planning, promoting and facilitating all initiatives of RE/EE. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Applied Science majoring in Applied Physics from University Sains Malaysia.

Zulkiflee Umar

heads the Demand Side Management Unit of Energy Commission. He began his career with Energy Commission in 2005 in the Legal Department performing enforcement duties under the Electricity Supply Act 1990. He was transferred to Gas Safety Unit in 2008 to perform duties under the Gas Supply Act 1993. His current duties include the enforcement of the Efficient Management of Electrical Energy Regulations 2008, Minimum Energy Performance Standards 2013 and other Energy Efficiency and Conservation policies and promotional activities in Malaysia. He holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Hons.) from University of Wollongong, Australia.

Mohd. Fauzi Ismail is the General Manager of Renewable Energy Research Centre (RERC) of SIRIM Berhad. He manages overall RERC activities focuses on Applied R&D, Industrial Consultancy and Technical Services in 3 major areas; Biomass Engineering Technology, Solar Energy and Industrial Energy Efficiency. Currently, he leads the National Project Funded by GEF/UNIDO on GHG Emissions Reductions in Targeted Industrial Sub-Sector Through Energy Efficiency and Application of Solar Thermal Systems to promote Clean and Green Energy through Solar Thermal Utilization in Malaysian Industry. Atalanta Kar is currently the Regional Head for ERU (Energy, Resources and Utilities) industry business in Asia Pacific region for Tata Consultancy Services. ERU comprises of Power, Water, Oil, Gas, Mining and Metal industries. He has been with TCS for nearly 10 years and has extensively worked on Business Development, Sales, Project Management and Operations globally. Before joining TCS, Atalanta has also worked in few other technology consulting services organizations in the areas of communication, Infrastructure and System Integration. Over the years working for TCS in India, he has managed some of the large client relationships for this global company, including client in Australia and in South East Asia. He has also lead major transformational programs in the above industries and spearheaded many strategic alliances for TCS. Dr. Thelaha Hj Masri is the technical advisor and is actively involved in the design, consultation and practical installation of Micro Hydro projects run by the Centre for Renewable Energy (CREN), Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS), which has secured funds from Kementerian Kemajuan Luar Bandar & Wilayah (KKLW) and KETTHA for 5 sites in Sarawak Equipped with a PhD in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, registered with Board of Engineer Malaysia and experience in multidisciplinary engineering background, he led and successfully implemented Micro Hydro project funded by KKLW.

Registration & Welcoming Coffee


Networking lunch


Opening by Chairperson: Emy Lindsay


SESSION 5: Success Stories of EE Adoption Across Industries There are many benefits that increase the financial attractiveness of EE projects. The case studies suggest that investing in EE pays and they are the EE champions.


SESSION 1: Escalating the Awareness about Energy Efficiency (EE) + Q&A • How deep is our understanding about EE? Why is EE important? • EE landscape, its development and benefits in Malaysia • Hurdles to Adoption of EE – Low, Subsidized Energy Prices and unreliability of supply; Insufficient information for dissemination and awareness; High Cost of EE Investment; Limited access to Capital/ Fund; Top Down Decision Making Lack of Commitment; Absence of overall national plan for EE and others. Ir. Francis Xavier | SURUHANJAYA TENAGA

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CASE STUDY 1: RE & EE, Blueprint for Iskandar Malaysia Mr Faisal bin Ibrahim | Unit Head Energy Efficiency | ISKANDAR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (IRDA)


Networking refreshment break SESSION 2: Industrial Energy Efficiency (IEE) for Sustainable Wealth Creation + Q&A To grasp a deeper understanding of IEE, we will discuss on the trends, including technological and structural change for IEE. International and local UNIDO case studies will also be presented. • The environmental, economic and social dividends from IEE. • Current UNIDO IEE project implemented in Malaysia. • The conduct of capacity building up to expert level. • Impacts of the capacity building in terms of expert humanresource to the country and energy savings in industry contribution to sustainable wealth creation.



Networking refreshment break


CASE STUDY 3: Benchmarking EE Through Energy Audit Mr. Danesh Nadarajan | Technical Consultant | SURIA INFINITI SDN BHD


SESSION 3: Enhancing Business Competitiveness with Tax Incentives + Q&A • Types of Incentives for EE & RE and its Eligibility • Application Process for EE & RE Incentives • Calculation for ITA Benefits • Capital Allowance (CA) Savings


CASE STUDY 4: UTM, the ASEAN Energy Award Winner 2012 Prof. Dr. Zainuddin Abdul Manan | Dean Faculty Chemical Engineering | UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MALAYSIA (UTM)



CASE STUDY 2: Green Energy Island – An Adventurous Micro Hydro Energy Bustle and Experience in Sarawak


Question & Answer End of day 1

Pn. Zuaida Abdullah | Director Clean Technology & Environment Management Division | MALAYSIAN INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (MIDA)


SESSION 4 : Investment & Business Potentials in EE Market – Malaysia Association of Energy Service Companies (MAESCO), Energy Service Companies (ESCO) and Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) + Q&A • MAESCO and ESCO relationship; Guidelines for the Registration of ESCO • EPC overview; EPC as a financing option; Untapped EE & EPC potentials in Malaysia; Lucrative areas for EPC Projects • Successful EPC implementation • EPC Process Flow, Key Element to appoint ESCO & Sign EPC • EE as a new source of economic growth Mr. Zaini Abdul Wahab | Group Operation Director | CNS GROUP

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Agenda Day 1


Registration & Welcoming Coffee


Opening by Chairperson: Emy Lindsay


SESSION 1: Addressing Liquidity Constraints + Q&A There are several tools for addressing liquidity constraints and risk that impede investment in EE in developing countries. A successful strategy to increase financing for EE improvements need a vibrant and transparent marketing, structured financial products adapted to EE target market and a sound project development mechanisms. • The Green Technology Financing Scheme (GTFS)/ Soft Loans/ Project Financing • Funding for development/ improvement activities • Developing EE financial products and creating demand for EE finance

• Boosting adoption and diffusion of EE technology – Training scientists and engineers; Supporting energy data collection; Procuring EE equipment; Supporting public-private partnership (PPP); Establishing technical programmes to inform enterprises of the opportunities and potential for energy savings. • Promoting demonstration/ pilot • Taking advantage of international cooperation Mr. Mohd Fauzi Ismail | General Manager of Renewable Energy Research Centre | SIRIM BERHAD

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Mr. Mohd Sharizal | Vice President of Business & Technology Division | MALAYSIA DEBT VENTURES (MDV)

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Networking refreshment break SESSION 2: Understanding Energy Demand Management a.k.a Demand Side Management (DSM) + Q&A DSM is one way to achieve large scale EE improvements through targeted policies, managing electricity demand and market transformation. Opportunities in DSM are prompting utilities to invest in smart grid and advanced metering infrastructure. • Behaviour change in DSM: from theory to policies and practice. • Focusing on electricity load shaping/ load level.

SESSION 3: Spearheading the National Plan for EE in Malaysia + Q&A • Regulatory Framework/ Policy Direction for EE – The key agencies involve to promote EE in Malaysia, their roles and function; Legal instrument/ Act that can empower and enforce EE; Monitoring and evaluation of EE progress. • National EE Action Plan (NEEAP) – Targets and Impact of Malaysia 10-year EE Action Plan; Strategic Actions i.e establish Malaysia 10-year EE Action Plan; The Project Team; Government Led Initiatives; Research & Development etc. • Overall Key Initiatives & Programmes – Rating & Labeling of appliances; Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS); Energy Audits & Energy Management in Buildings and Industries; Targeted Rebate & Support Progammes.


SESSION 4: Promoting New Technology and Innovation + Q&A EE innovation differs from other types of innovation because it encompasses several stages and its transition often takes decades, requiring massive infrastructure investments. • Encourage R&D – Government-funded research project; Subsidized private sector research; Regulations on Intellectual Property Rights

SESSION 6: Enhancing Electrical EE in Malaysia through Legislation & Policies + Q&A The relevant EE stakeholder have up the ante to enhance programs that aim to improve EE in the country as presently, Malaysians are averaging 34 percent more energy intensive than its Asian peers. • EE Fiscal Incentives • EE Guidelines and Standards – Electrical & Thermal Equipments • What is SAVE Program • New appliances with 5 Star EE – Chiller, Air-Conditioner and etc. • What is Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) • The energy reduction potential; EE Labeling/ Ratings; Energy saving devices Mr. Zulkiflee Umar | Head Demand Management | SURUHANJAYA TENAGA

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Ir. Abdul Rahim | Director of Energy Management Development and Service Quality | SURUHANJAYA TENAGA


SESSION 5: Updates on Malaysia’s Feed-In Tariff + Q&A • RE Technologies – Water i.e Hydroelectric; Sunlight i.e Solar Photovoltaic; Wind i.e Turbine & Geothermal i.e Biomass. • RE Development in Malaysia & How is RE being funded. • What is Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) & Smart Grid? Dr. Chen Wei Nee | Chief Corporate Officer | SUSTAINABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (SEDA)

Prof. Ir. Dr. Lim Yun Seng | Head of Mechanical Engineering (Electrical) | Faculty of Engineering & Science, UNIVERSITI TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN (UTAR)


Networking lunch


Networking refreshment break SESSION 7: Sustainability in the Supply Chain in Oil & Gas Sector + Q&A Evidently, oil and gas is the major contributor to any producing country’s GDP income. Energy producers around the world are always keeping abreast with the latest innovation and technology in O&G to be sustainable in its global business, supply chain, infrastructure and find solutions to manage carbon emissions. • Sustainable Growth, Business Synergies and etc • Next wave if digital age in O&G, greener energy and etc • New Age Technology, digital reimagination and etc Mr. Atalanta Kar | Practice Head, Asia Pacific Energy, Natural Resources & Utilities | TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES (TCS)


Question & Answer Certificate Presentation End of Day 2

Agenda Day 2


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