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  • 1. AEMAS Implementation in ASEAN Countries: Status and Next Steps
    Oscarlito Malvar
    Program Manager - AEMAS
    ASEAN Centre for Energy
    AEMAS Launching Conference, Marriot Putrajaya, Malaysia, 19 July 2011
  • 2. Program overview
    Training and certification of Energy Managers
    Certification of companies
    • Based on ISO 50001 with additional requirements
    • 3. Three levels of certification to progressively drive towards Energy Management best practices
    • 4. Training curriculum focused EXCLUSIVELY on managerial aspects: how to establish and manage an Energy Management System
    • 5. Two levels of certification: Certified Energy Manager and Professional Energy Manager
    Geographical coverage: Southeast Asian countries (members of ASEAN)
  • 6. AEMAS Organization
    Implemented under the
    Coordinated by
    Implementing partners in each ASEAN country
    Technical support
    Co-funded by
    Steering Committee: Ministries of Energy from the 10 ASEAN member countries
  • 7. Objectives and impacts
    3,500 energy managers are trained and certified by end of 2013; 1,000 additional per annum after 2013 (ultimate target: 10,000)
    900 energy-intensive industries attain 2-star certification by 2013 (demonstrating actual energy savings), resulting in:
    Reduced energy consumption by 100,000 MWh per annum (to grow on 10% annual basis)
    Reduced emissions of greenhouse gases by 55,000 tons per annum
    800 additional energy-intensive industries attain 2/3-star certification on annual basis after 2013 (ultimate objective: 5,000 companies)
  • 8. Capacity building
    Capacity building program:
    3-day training workshop on establishing IS0 50001-based Energy Management System
    220-page Energy Management Handbook
    On average 1 workshop per month (25 pax) in each country
  • 9. Some of the companies in the process of 1-star certification
    • Texas Instrument (Philippines), Inc. – Baguio Plant
    • 10. Toshiba Information Equipment (Philippines), Inc., Laguna Plant
    • 11. San Miguel-Yamamura Packaging Corporation – Mandaue, Cebu Plant
    • 12. Panasonic (Indonesia)
    • 13. CP group (Thailand)
    • 14. University Technology Malaysia (Malaysia)
    • 15. Telekom Malaysia R&D (Malaysia)
    Certification of companies
  • 16. Launching conferences
    19 July in Kuala Lumpur
    26 August in the Philippines (opening by Department of Energy’s Secretary)
    15 September in Bangkok (opening by Ministry of Energy’s Permanent Secretary)
    October in Vietnam and Indonesia
  • 17. 6-month work plan
    Hold series of launching conferences
    Roll out training workshops for energy managers on monthly basis
    Certify auditors
    Start massive advertising campaign for Energy Management Gold Standard
  • 18. Major milestones
    Training curriculum endorsed by Malaysian Ministry of Education: training cost can be claimed from HR Development Fund
    New Energy Conservation Law in Vietnam requires energy-intensive industries to appoint an AEMAS Certified Energy Manager
    Singapore considering adopting AEMAS certification for Singapore’s Executive Energy Manager (mandatory for energy-intensive industries and buildings)
  • 19. Strategic Partnerships
    AEMAS endorsed by ASEAN Ministers of Energy
    AEMAS as top priority in ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation (APAEC)
    10 ASEAN ministries of energy are members of AEMAS Steering Committee
    UNEP associate (technical and financial support)
    Discussion for cooperation with UNIDO ongoing
  • 20. Contact
    Oscar Malvar
    Program manager - AEMAS
    ASEAN Centre for Energy
    Tel: +62-21-5279-332
    Email: ocmalvar@aseanenergy.org
    This document has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of the authors and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.