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  • 1. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia THE ROLE OF SMART GRID IN ADVANCING GREEN TOWNSHIPS MALAYSIAN GREEN TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION 12th March 2014 Mohamed Azrin Mohamed Ali Vice President, Built Environment
  • 2. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia OUTLINE  BACKGROUND  GREENTECH MALAYSIA’S JOURNEY IN ADVOCATING GREEN TOWNSHIPS  THE ROLE OF SMART GRID  THE WAY FORWARD 2
  • 3. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia ABOUT GREENTECH MALAYSIA  Registered under the Companies Act 1965 as a company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital.  First established as Pusat Tenaga Malaysia (PTM) on 12th May 1998.  Restructured as Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (GreenTech Malaysia) on 7th April 2010.  Purpose: To catalyse green technology deployment as a strategic engine for Malaysia’s socio-economic growth.  GEO building – officiated by YAB PM on 24th July 2009.  First building in Malaysia to be certified as a Green Building. 3
  • 4. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia MALAYSIA AND URBANISATION 4 • 29.3 million population in 2012 (Source: Department Of Statistic Malaysia, 2013) • 72% urbanization rate in 2010 (Source: Central Intelligence Agency, US, 2011; www.cia.gov/library) • 19,350,412 Urban Population in Malaysia, 2011 (Source: World Bank Data, 2012) • 148 million tonnes of CO2 emissions in 2009 (Source: International Energy Statistics, 2011)
  • 5. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia GREEN TECHNOLOGY POLICY 5 Strategic Thrust 2: Provide a Conducive Environment for Green Technology Development Strategic Thrust 3: Intensify Human Capital Development in Green Technology Strategic Thrust 4: Intensify Green Technology Research and Innovations Strategic Thrust 5: Promotion and Public Awareness National Green Technology Policy Objectives • Minimise energy consumption growth while enhancing economic development; • Facilitate Green Technology industry growth and contributions to national economy; • Increase national capability and capacity for Green Technology innovation and enhance Malaysia’s competitiveness; • Ensure sustainable development and conserve environment; • Enhance public education and awareness for widespread use. Strategic Thrust 1: Strengthen the institutional frameworks
  • 6. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia FROM POLICY TO IMPLEMENTATION 6 POLICIES AND COMMITMENTS FOR CO2 REDUCTION OF 40% STRATEGIES KEY TARGETS BY SECTORS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS NATIONAL ASSESSMENT TOOLS & GUIDELINE RATING/ DESIGN TOOLS BY RELATED INDUSTRIES GREEN BUILDING INDEX BREEAM (UK) LEEDS (US & CANADA) GREENMARK (SINGAPORE) GREENSTAR (AUSTRALIA) 40 % reduction of carbon emission per GDP per capita by 2020 CITIES & TOWNSHIP : GREEN TECH MALAYSIA / FEDERAL DEPT TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING DEPT/ LOCAL GOVT /DEVELOPERS/ KEY STAKEHOLDERS BUILDINGS : GOVERNMENT AGENCIES & INDUSTRY PLAYERS POLICY : GOVERNMENT MALAYSIA - KeTTHA / KKR / NRE / Other Ministries
  • 7. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia SUSTAINABLE FRAMEWORK FOR LOW CARBON CITIES & GREEN TOWNSHIPS 7 Low Carbon City is a place where people want to live and work, now and in the future. They meet the diverse needs of existing and future residents, are sensitive to their environment, and contribute to a high quality of life. They are safe and inclusive, well planned, built and managed, and offer equality in opportunity and good urban services for all. Bristol Accord, 6-7 December 2005 Governance Transport and Mobility Built Environment Natural Environment Services Economy Equality and Diversity Community Well Being Elements of Sustainable Cities
  • 8. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia LOW CARBON CITY FRAMEWORK 8 • To encourage & promote the concept of low carbon cities and townships in Malaysia. • To increase the compatibility of cities/townships with their local natural system. • To guide cities in making choice/decisions towards greener solutions. Objective of Low Carbon Cities Framework (LCCF) • All Cities & Townships in Malaysia Users • To reduce carbon emission intensity by 40% per GDP per capita by the year of 2020 Targets
  • 9. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia LOW CARBON CITY FRAMEWORK 9 SUSTAINABLE FRAMEWORK ASSESSMENT SYSTEM GREEN RATING TOOLS ASPECTS URBAN ENVIRONMENT BUILDING URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE URBAN TRANSPORTATION Governance EconomyServices Transport & Mobility Natural & Built Environment LOW CARBON CITY Community Well Being Equality & Diversity GHG INDEX LIVABILITY INDEX MISSION (40% GHG REDUCTION) PERFORMANCE BASED STANDARD TARGET ROADMAP NationalAssessmentTools National Policy Rating Tools KEY ELEMENTS GREEN NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDELINES GAP/ STATUS Element of lifecycle costs
  • 10. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia PERFORMANCE CRITERIA FOR LCCF 10 Urban Environment Urban Transportation Urban Infrastructure Buildings 4 Elements for GHG Reductions in Cities and Townships Elements Contribute to GHG emission 13 Performance Criteria* 35 Sub Criteria *Performance Criteria are measurable strategies to reduce carbon emission through:- Policy control, technological dev., better process & product management, change in procurement system, carbon capture, consumption strategies & others. • Shift of Transport Mode • Green Transport Infrastructure • Green Vehicles • Traffic Management • Site Selection • Urban Form • Urban Greenery & Air Quality • Infrastructure Provision • Waste • Energy • Water • Low Carbon Building • Community Service
  • 11. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia STAKEHOLDERS’ ENGAGEMENT 11 UPEN TERENGGANU
  • 12. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia LCCF ASSESSMENT AND RATING 12 Carbon Reduction Level Level of Achievement 100% Carbon Neutral 70-99% Best Practice 5 (BP5) 50-69% Best Practice 4 (BP4) 30-49% Best Practice 3 (BP3) 10-29% Best Practice 2 (BP2) 1-9% Best Practice 1 (BP1) INDIVIDUAL SUB CRITERIA CALCULATOR PERFORMANCE CRITERIA AND SUB CRITERIA SUMMARY SHEET RATING UE UT UI B 1.Sum of reduced emissions 2.Reduction Percentage UE 1-1 to UE 3-3 UT 1-1 to UT 4-2 UI 1-1 to UI 4-1 B 1-1 to B 2-1
  • 13. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia LCCF BASELINE RESULTS 13 LCCF CARBON TRACKING :: RESULTS Pilot Projects TOTAL CARBON EMISSIONS (tCO2/yr) Percentage Reduction Achieved (B-P)/B Remarks2012 Baseline (B) 2013 Project (P) Reduction (B-P) Hang Tuah Jaya -36,891,719 -36,882,861 -8.857.71 24.63 Best Practise 2 (BP2) Miri 190,623.00 190,623.00 0.00 0.00 N/A Universiti Malaya 184,528.74 181,265.83 3,262.90 6.07 Best Practise 1 (BP1) Unversiti Teknologi Malaysia 53,570.75 51,725.38 1,845.37 9.76 Best Practise 1 (BP1)
  • 14. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia LCCF – ENERGY AND WATER 14
  • 15. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia IEA’S SMART GRID ROADMAP 15 Source: www.iea.org/roadmaps
  • 16. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia SMART GRID AND RENEWABLE ENERGY 16 Integrating smart grid and renewable energy Maximising the generation potential of renewable energy resources Smart grid and energy efficiency
  • 17. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia SMART GRID AND ELECTRIC VEHICLES 17 Electric vehicle charging infrastructure, connected through smart grid, integrated with renewable energy Zero emission transportation
  • 18. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia ELECTRIC VEHICLE ECOSYSTEM 18
  • 19. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia SMART GRID – A COMMUNITY APPROACH CONFIDENTIAL 19 19 Section 13, Petaling Jaya • Development under Rancangan Kawasan Khas (RKK) which have specific T&C on development • Planned as a business park • Targeted for Low Carbon City • Total area is 259.2 acres • Consists of i. 1 government lot ii. 59 mixed-used lots iii. 20 limited-commercial lots • Divided into i. Zone 1: Entertainment & recreation ii. Zone 2: Corporate park iii. Zone 3, 4, 5: Business park Map by MBPJ http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=3.115694&lon=101.636968&z=17&m=b&search=section%2013%20petaling%20jaya
  • 20. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia THE WAY FORWARD  Understanding energy usage through value-added web tools for trend analysis or benchmarking  Near real-time view of energy usage and marginal retail price of energy  Manage energy usage/production with advanced automation, control and optimization application  Applications to primarily target on heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), and other large loads as well as lighting, refrigeration, EV Charging (if any) etc.  Community supply source optimization 20
  • 21. Copyright Reserved GreenTech Malaysia THANK YOU M a l ay s i a n G r e e n Te c h n o l o g y C o r p o r a t i o n N o . 2 , J a l a n 9 / 1 0 , P e rs i a ra n U s a h a w a n , S e k sy e n 9 , 4 3 6 5 0 B a n d a r B a r u B a n g i , S e l a n g o r D a r u l E h s a n , M A L AY S I A T: + 6 0 3 - 8 9 2 1 0 8 0 0 F : + 6 0 3 - 8 9 2 1 0 8 0 1 / 0 8 0 2 E : i n f o ( a ) g re e n t e c h m a l ays i a . my w w w. g r e e n t e c h m a l ays i a . my “Catalysing green technology deployment as Malaysia’s strategic engine for socio-economic growth”