Proposal to BSEEP Project to adopt GreenPASS
(Operation) as EE Building Rating System in Malaysia
(Proposal by SEDA Malays...
Low Carbon Building System in Malaysia
This proposal has been presented to the Building Services
Energy Efficiency Program...
Low Carbon Building System in Malaysia
Low Carbon Building program by the government;
Green Performance Assessment System
...
Criteria - Objective
Meet BSEEP Objective – To reduce GHG in Building
Sector.
Direct support Government target on CO2 emis...
Low Carbon System
- GreenPASS by CIDB
- Green PASS is
an assessment
tool that able
measure and
rate the building
performan...
Development of Green PASS
JK PEMBINAAN LESTARI (HIGH LEVEL STEERING COMMITTEE

1) Tan Sri Dr. Ir Jamilus Hussien – CEO, KL...
Development of Green PASS
TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF GREEN PASS (WORKING COMMITTEE)

1) En Steve Anthony Lojuntin – SEDA – (CH...
GreenPASS had undergo various industry and
International reviews.

Industry Acceptance
Joint collaboration on
the developm...
International Review of Green PASS

Comments
from
International
Reviewers
taken on
board
Features of Green
PASS
Carbon emission in a life cycle of a building

Pre Design
Construction Phase:
Embodied CO2 footprint]

Building
Lifecycle
...
Elements of GreenPASS
(Operation)

Intent – to provide an
environment that is
conducive to the health
and well being of th...
Structure of Green PASS
Green PASS Certification
Categories

Elements

Green PASS

Building Operations

Building Construct...
Diamond Rating Scheme
Level of Achievement
(% of CO2e Reduction)

Diamond Rating
Scheme
(without bonus
rating)

Diamond Ra...
Carbon Emission Calculation
CATEGORY : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
Element

Carbon Emissions
Baseline
(tCO2e)
[a]

Actual Carbon...
Self Assessment by
Consultant/
Contractor/ Client
(Online)

Online Submission/
Application by
applicant

Assessment &
Veri...
EXAMPLES / CASE
Application of
Energy Efficient /
Low Carbon Building Performance
System into the
GreenPASS Assesment Syst...
KeTTHA’s LEO Building
: ENERGY DESIGN ELEMENTS

In-house Energy
Manager +
Operation
monitoring team by
SEDA
Energy Saving Features in LEO Optimisation
ENERGY-10 Building
EE in Building Guideline Target (136kWh/m2/yr)
Reference Cas...
GreenTech Malaysia’s GEO Building
: DESIGN ELEMENTS

- Daylighting (almost 100%)
- EE lighting + task lights
- EE office e...
Energy (& CO2) Savings
GEO BEI = 65
(Conventional) BEI = 220

Savings = 70%
Net saving with Renewable Energy = 85%

a/c ar...
An Example of 40 Storey and Thin Building
: ENERGY DESIGN ELEMENTS

1 Base
2

Use 12m light green tinted, LT=63% Shading=0...
A Government School Computer Lab
: ENERGY DESIGN ELEMENTS

54.8%
reduction
Potential GreenPASS (Operational
carbon) Rating
ESB – PANASONIC GREEN WAREHOUSE
in SHAH ALAM
-Green Features:
- 100% Daylifgting.
- EE Lighting Design and features.
- Inv...
EXAMPLES / CASE

RETROFIT BUILDING
Retrofitted Warehouse / Workshop Building with
Enhance Energy Management in Shah Alam
Annual Saving
Measures

Electrical
k...
Examples of Green / Low Carbon
Buildings by the Government

Net BEI = 30 (86% reduce)
65 TonCO2/year
GBI : Certified (2009...
Why Low Carbon
Building System is Affordable ?
Cheaper way

The longer the way = $$$$$
WHY GreenPASS IS RECOMMENDED?
Easy to evaluate the actual performance through its
life cycle.
Straight forward and transpa...
BASED ON SERIES OF R&D AND
STUDIES SHOWS THAT
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ARE THE
FUNDAMENTAL TO REDUCE
OPERATIONAL CARBON
FOOTPRIN...
Thank you for your attention

Get copy of paper? - Tel / SMS / WhatsUp :+6019-2829102

steve@seda.gov.my / asetip@damansar...
Sustainable Energy Development
Authority (SEDA) Malaysia

www.seda.gov.my
SEDA Malaysia Background
•
•

•
•

Establishment of Sustainable Energy Development Authority of
Malaysia (SEDA Malaysia) i...
Program by SEDA Malaysia
•

•

Sustainable Low Carbon Building Performance System ***
Documentation of the Low Carbon Buil...
Program by SEDA Malaysia
•

Low Carbon ICT (“of ICT” and “by ICT”).
Promotion and Development of Low Carbon ICT in governm...
Low Carbon Program by SEDA Malaysia

SEDA’s Low Carbon equation;
Low Carbon
= Sustainable Energy X Operational
Carbon fact...
Thank
You
TERIMA KASIH
For further information
Steve Anthony Lojuntin
SEDA Malaysia
Tel / SMS : 019-2829102 UMS Fax: 019-2...
THANK YOU

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This proposal has been presented to the Building Services Energy Efficiency Programme (BSEEP) during the BSEEP-UNDP Project Review Committee - PRC) Bil 2/2013 at JKR CAST on 22 October 2013.

SEDA Malaysia had proposed BSEEP to adopt GreenPASS (Operation) as EE Building Rating System in Malaysia since the BSEEP project have;

- Objective to reduce GHG emission in building sector in Malaysia.

- BSEEP is looking for Energy Efficient Building Rating System.

- Recognized the energy & carbon reduction initiatives.

- As tool to facilitate ESCOs on the performance on Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) especially in government buildings.

- To facilitate government afford to reduce 40% CO2 intensity in 2020.

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Proposal to BSEEP to adopt GreenPASS Operation (CIS 20 - CIDB) as Energy Efficiency Building Rating System

  1. 1. Proposal to BSEEP Project to adopt GreenPASS (Operation) as EE Building Rating System in Malaysia (Proposal by SEDA Malaysia to BSEEP-JKR on 22 October 2013)
  2. 2. Low Carbon Building System in Malaysia This proposal has been presented to the Building Services Energy Efficiency Programme (BSEEP) during the BSEEPUNDP Project Review Committee - PRC) Bil 2/2013 at JKR CAST on 22 October 2013. SEDA Malaysia proposed BSEEP to adopt GreenPASS (Operation) as EE Building Rating System in Malaysia since the project have; a) b) c) d) e) Objective to reduce GHG emission in building sector in Malaysia. BSEEP is looking for Energy Efficient Building Rating System. Recognized the energy & carbon reduction initiatives. As tool to facilitate ESCOs on the performance on Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) especially in government buildings. To facilitate government afford to reduce 40% CO2 intensity in 2020.
  3. 3. Low Carbon Building System in Malaysia Low Carbon Building program by the government; Green Performance Assessment System (GreenPASS) by Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) – CIS 20 (draft)
  4. 4. Criteria - Objective Meet BSEEP Objective – To reduce GHG in Building Sector. Direct support Government target on CO2 emission. Align with the National Green Technology Policy. Support ‘back to back’ the Low Carbon Cities Framework. Support affordable development of EE Buildings (cost efficient RM$$/kWh reduction). Developed from past EE in Building projects experiences. Had undergo industry and international review. Ready to be used for pilot.
  5. 5. Low Carbon System - GreenPASS by CIDB - Green PASS is an assessment tool that able measure and rate the building performance - Green PASS estimate the carbon emission from building construction works and building operations The application of Green PASS is for: 1) Building Construction; and 2) Building Operations
  6. 6. Development of Green PASS JK PEMBINAAN LESTARI (HIGH LEVEL STEERING COMMITTEE 1) Tan Sri Dr. Ir Jamilus Hussien – CEO, KLIA Primier Holdings Sdn Bhd – (CHAIRMAN) 2) Hjh Nor’Aini Bt Abdul Wahab – TKSU, KeTTHA 3) Datuk Dr Abdul Rahim Bin Hj Nik – TKSU, NRE 4) Tuan Syed Abdullah Syed Abdul Rahman – Pengarah Kanan, JKR Caw. Kej. Mekanikal 5) Pn Badriyah Abdul Malek – CEO, SEDA 6) En Sam Tan – Executive Officer, KEN Holdings Berhad 7) Dato’ Ng Sieng Liong – REHDA 8) Dato’ Omar Osman – Vice Chancellor, USM 9) En Yeow Wai Siaw – Managing Director, Guocoland (M) Bhd 10) Ar Zulkifli Tahmali – Head of Property Dev – Sime Darby Bhd 11) En Ho Hon Sang – Managing Director, The Sunway Group 12) En Mohd Elmi Bin Anas – Pengarah, Suruhanjaya Tenaga
  7. 7. Development of Green PASS TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF GREEN PASS (WORKING COMMITTEE) 1) En Steve Anthony Lojuntin – SEDA – (CHAIRMAN) 2) En Ramesh V Subramaniam – Master Builders Association Malaysia 3) Prof Madya Dr Roslan Amirudin - UTM 4) En Mohsen / Mr Murugiah Suppiah - MEPA 5) Pn Aslinda Mohd Noor – REHDA 6) Ar Abu Zarim Abu Bakar – PAM 7) En Peter Toh – AECCOM 8) En Abdul Halim Mat Yani - JKR 9) Cik Sharifah Zakiah Syed Wahab - JAS 10) Prof Madya Dr Mohd Wira Mohd Shafie 11) Ar Chan Seong Aun – PAM 12) Ir Cheong Chew Fan – IEM 13) Ir Lam Kim Seong - ASHRAE
  8. 8. GreenPASS had undergo various industry and International reviews. Industry Acceptance Joint collaboration on the development of Green PASS Industry feedback is positive Acceptance by High Level Steering Committee
  9. 9. International Review of Green PASS Comments from International Reviewers taken on board
  10. 10. Features of Green PASS
  11. 11. Carbon emission in a life cycle of a building Pre Design Construction Phase: Embodied CO2 footprint] Building Lifecycle Operational Phase: [Operational CO2 footprint mainly by ENERGY CONSUMPTION !] FACT! Most of the CO2e emission is during the operation phase !!
  12. 12. Elements of GreenPASS (Operation) Intent – to provide an environment that is conducive to the health and well being of the building occupants Intent – To ensure the effective use of water during operation Indoor Environm ental Quality Energy Intent – To ensure the effective use of energy in during operation Water
  13. 13. Structure of Green PASS Green PASS Certification Categories Elements Green PASS Building Operations Building Construction Site Material Energ y Water Indoor Environmental Quality Waste Green PASS Rating Diamond Rating Scheme With Bonus Water - Thermal Comfort - Indoor Air Quality - Indoor Lighting - Indoor Acoustic Sub-elements Diamond Rating Scheme Energy % of CO2e Reduction ≥ 1 to < 10 + ≥ 1 to < 10 ≥ 10 to < 30 ≥ 10 to < 30 ≥ 30 to < 50 + ≥ 30 to < 50 ≥ 50 to < 70 + ≥ 50 to < 70 ≥ 70 to < 100 + ≥ 70 to < 100 100% Carbon Neutral + 100% Carbon Neutral +
  14. 14. Diamond Rating Scheme Level of Achievement (% of CO2e Reduction) Diamond Rating Scheme (without bonus rating) Diamond Rating Scheme *(with bonus rating) + 100% Carbon Neutral + ≥ 70 to < 100 + ≥ 50 to < 70 ≥ 30 to < 50 ≥ 10 to < 30 ≥ 1 to < 10 + + + * Bonus Rating ONLY applicable for Building Construction Category – 70% IBS Score, 3 Star SHASSIC Rating, 70% QLASSIC Score
  15. 15. Carbon Emission Calculation CATEGORY : BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Element Carbon Emissions Baseline (tCO2e) [a] Actual Carbon Emissions (tCO2e) [b] Percentage of Carbon Emissions Reduction (%) c = [(a-b) / a]*100 Site Material Energy Water Waste Total Carbon Emission Percentage of Carbon Emission Reduction CATEGORY : BUILDING OPERATION Element Carbon Emissions Baseline (tCO2e) [a] Actual Carbon Emissions (tCO2e) [b] Energy Water Total Carbon Emission Percentage of Carbon Emission Reduction Percentage of Carbon Emissions Reduction (%) c = [(a-b) / a]*100
  16. 16. Self Assessment by Consultant/ Contractor/ Client (Online) Online Submission/ Application by applicant Assessment & Verification by GREEN PASS accredited assessor Declaration Certification 16
  17. 17. EXAMPLES / CASE Application of Energy Efficient / Low Carbon Building Performance System into the GreenPASS Assesment System NEW BUILDING DESIGN
  18. 18. KeTTHA’s LEO Building : ENERGY DESIGN ELEMENTS In-house Energy Manager + Operation monitoring team by SEDA
  19. 19. Energy Saving Features in LEO Optimisation ENERGY-10 Building EE in Building Guideline Target (136kWh/m2/yr) Reference Case 275 Daylight use 247 Insulation in walls and roof 239 EE Lighting 22 - 16 w/m2 223 Equipment 27 – 20 w/m2 195 EE Light 16 – 8 w/m2 173 EE Equipment 20 - 7.5 w/2 "Energy Management” 123 112 Room Temp 23 - 24 degrees 102 Especially Tight Building 100 0 100 1000 Energy Index kWh/m2year 56% reduction Potential GreenPASS (Operational carbon) Rating 200 300
  20. 20. GreenTech Malaysia’s GEO Building : DESIGN ELEMENTS - Daylighting (almost 100%) - EE lighting + task lights - EE office equipment (laptops, LCD monitors, networked printers) - Green IT Network & server room (75% wireless network) - EE air conditioning & ventilation - Floor slab cooling (For radiant cooling and thermal storage) - PCM storage cooling system (minimised air-cond chillers capacity) - Controls & Sensors (VSDs, VAVs, CO2, BMS / Energy monitoring) - Double glazing (heat and sound insulation) - Roof and wall Insulation (reduce outside heat gain) - Grid connected BIPV system (Sell energy to TNB / no batteries) - Rain water harvest system (landscape, aircond and cleaning)
  21. 21. Energy (& CO2) Savings GEO BEI = 65 (Conventional) BEI = 220 Savings = 70% Net saving with Renewable Energy = 85% a/c area 3,175 sq.m 155 kWh/m2year Energy saved = 492,125 kWh/yr or RM 195,374 per year Tariff B (Low Voltage Commercial Tariff) for all kWh 39.7 sen/kWh Old tariff B ; 40.8 sen/kWh CO2 saved = 492,125 x 0.614 = 302,165 kg/year CO2 = 302 tones CO2/year 0.614 kg of CO2 emitted to the atmosphere for each 1 kWh electricity generated by power plant (Peninsula Malaysia) Potential GreenPASS (Operational carbon) Rating
  22. 22. An Example of 40 Storey and Thin Building : ENERGY DESIGN ELEMENTS 1 Base 2 Use 12m light green tinted, LT=63% Shading=0.57) m , 3 Illum inance 300 - 400 Lux and occ.sensors 4 EElighting (11.5W 2) /m 5 Use of daylighting with daylight sensors 6 Energyefficienct office equipm (10W ent ) 7 Energyefficient fans and m otors 8 EnergyEfficient aircond systemw B S, C 3.8 ith A OP 9 Energy Saving Strategies Use norm brick wall w 90%w glazing (6m clear glass) al ith all m R oomtem perature 24 degC 11 10 Energy Saving Strategies To Reduced Building Energy Index [kW 2/year] h/m Fresh air control + H w eat heel 131 Use A instead of bricks LC 127 382 332 R educe W Rfrom90 to 60% W - 311 294 288 265 237 227 162 67% reduction 142 50 100 150 Potential GreenPASS (Operational carbon) Rating 200 250 300 350 400 450
  23. 23. A Government School Computer Lab : ENERGY DESIGN ELEMENTS 54.8% reduction Potential GreenPASS (Operational carbon) Rating
  24. 24. ESB – PANASONIC GREEN WAREHOUSE in SHAH ALAM -Green Features: - 100% Daylifgting. - EE Lighting Design and features. - Inverter Aircond System (office) - Net BEI = 15.6kWh/m2/year (more than 70% energy reduce) - 384.2 TonCO2/year - SME Green Award 2012 - ASEAN Energy Award : 2012 : 1st Runner-up Tropical Buildings - Almost 100% Cross ventilation. - Solar Compund Lighting. - Rain water Harvest System Potential GreenPASS (Operational carbon) Rating
  25. 25. EXAMPLES / CASE RETROFIT BUILDING
  26. 26. Retrofitted Warehouse / Workshop Building with Enhance Energy Management in Shah Alam Annual Saving Measures Electrical kWh/yr RM/yr No Cost Measures De-lamping office lighting 13,476 3,153.38 687,760 160,935.84 19,943 4,666.66 2,208 516.67 703,931 164,719.85 Replace the Metal Halide lamps to T5HO lamps 957,012 223,940.81 Lighting zoning 498,584 116,668.66 2,882,914 674,602 Low Cost Measures Use timer controller for temperature and operate silo ventilation Use of daylight in warehouse Replace normal EXIT signage to LED Awareness campaigns High Cost Measures TOTAL Actual Cost Reduction 50% Potential GreenPASS (Operational carbon) Rating
  27. 27. Examples of Green / Low Carbon Buildings by the Government Net BEI = 30 (86% reduce) 65 TonCO2/year GBI : Certified (2009) ASEAN EA : 2009/2010/2011 Net BEI = 114 (59% reduce) 1,490 TonCO2/year GBI : Silver (2011) ASEAN Energy Award : 2006 Net BEI = 63 (70% reduce) 637 TonCO2/year (**To verify) GBI & GreenMark : Platinum (2011) ASEAN Energy Award : 2012
  28. 28. Why Low Carbon Building System is Affordable ? Cheaper way The longer the way = $$$$$
  29. 29. WHY GreenPASS IS RECOMMENDED? Easy to evaluate the actual performance through its life cycle. Straight forward and transparent of accounting emissions through energy consumption / carbon footprint. Has potential to support carbon trading purposes (if applicable) or NAMA mechnisme (in future). Complement to the existing conventional GB system by helping to narrow the gap and maturing the green building industry. Supporting government efforts for reaching national climate reduction target for 2020 Provide flexibility for designers to achieve the design target. Economical and affordable by all stakeholders
  30. 30. BASED ON SERIES OF R&D AND STUDIES SHOWS THAT SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ARE THE FUNDAMENTAL TO REDUCE OPERATIONAL CARBON FOOTPRINT IN BUILDINGS !!
  31. 31. Thank you for your attention Get copy of paper? - Tel / SMS / WhatsUp :+6019-2829102 steve@seda.gov.my / asetip@damansara.net Steve Anthony Lojuntin SEDA Malaysia, Galeria PjH, Level 9 Jalan P4W, Persiaran Perdana, Presint 4, 62100 Putrajaya, Malaysia. Phone : +603-8870 5800 Email: fit@seda.gov.my Web: www.seda.gov.my 31
  32. 32. Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) Malaysia www.seda.gov.my
  33. 33. SEDA Malaysia Background • • • • Establishment of Sustainable Energy Development Authority of Malaysia (SEDA Malaysia) in May 2011 Centralized Agency for RE. Renewable Energy Act & Feed In- Tariff (FiT) in Malaysia. Development & operation of e-FiT • Assisting KeTTHA / Government on National Energy Efficiency Master Plan (2011-2012) (Until Sept 2012). • Government NKEA EPP9 Programme : Energy Efficiency - EE in Government Buildings / Universities. - SAVE EE Programme / EE Appliances & Chillers rebate prog. - Development of Energy performance Contracting (EPC) (Until Sept 2012) • • • Assisting Government on the development of the Energy Efficiency & Conservation Act (until Sept 2012). Government NKEA EPP4 : Green Technology Business Sector • ESCO Voluntary Accreditation Programme (until Sept 2012). Demonstrate and retrofitting EE projects in Government Buildings.
  34. 34. Program by SEDA Malaysia • • Sustainable Low Carbon Building Performance System *** Documentation of the Low Carbon Building Framework based on past experiences (R&D, demonstration, energy monitoring, etc). To support National carbon reduction target. Compatible & direct support to LCCF, GreenPASS and Green RE, and it can be used to support other green building rating system. Development of Low Carbon Buildings (new design & existing buildings). Application & Promotion of MS1525 : Code of Practice Use of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy for Non-residential Buildings. Sustainable Energy in Buildings (supporting the Gov. Lead By Example) - Facilitate, assist and providing technical advices on sustainable energy in buildings from time to time. - Sustainable Energy Management program. - Technical matters on Energy Performance Contracting activities. - Energy Auditing & Retrofitting. - Monitoring & Verification and Reporting.
  35. 35. Program by SEDA Malaysia • Low Carbon ICT (“of ICT” and “by ICT”). Promotion and Development of Low Carbon ICT in government. To support the Green ICT program by government. To support the Sustainable Low Carbon Building Performance. Baseline of energy / carbon emission in ICT. Development of Green ICT standard (committee in MCMC/MDeC). Building Energy Management System / Energy Monitoring System. Auditing, Retrofitting & Performance Monitoring. • Capacity Building & Technical Services in Sustainable Energy. Solar PV Installation. Mini Hydro Installation. Power Quality Study. Energy Audit / Energy management (including thermal energy) Energy Efficiency in Chillers & Air conditioning. Sustainable Low Carbon Buildings / MS1525 program. Low Carbon ICT. Retrofitting, Finetuning & Performance Monitoring. - Facilitate Energy Performance Contracting (EPC). - Facilitating the Government & Private agencies including the Local Councils / PBTs.
  36. 36. Low Carbon Program by SEDA Malaysia SEDA’s Low Carbon equation; Low Carbon = Sustainable Energy X Operational Carbon factor (0.747 kgCO2/kwh) The low carbon scope is only within the sustainable energy programme. E-waste, recycling, product labelling, waste management are not included since it is out of SEDA Malaysia scope.
  37. 37. Thank You TERIMA KASIH For further information Steve Anthony Lojuntin SEDA Malaysia Tel / SMS : 019-2829102 UMS Fax: 019-2324593 019019E-mail : steve@seda.gov.my
  38. 38. THANK YOU 38

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