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  • 1. Introduction Electricity Wastage & Conservation Done by : Chua Cze Jia
  • 2. How electricity is generated in Brunei?  Only has Natural gas generators.  Why? Cheap, Less Pollution and has own oil and gas.  No renewable energy generators.  Combined Cycle System
  • 3. Combined Cycle System
  • 4. Top 5 Power Users in S. E. Asia 1. Indonesia (121 billion kWh) 2. Malaysia (95 billion kWh) 3. Brunei (52 billion kWh) 4. Singapore (50 billion kWh) 5. Thailand (42 billion kWh) • Taken from CIA website. • kWh = Kilo Watt per Hour • 1kWh = 1 hour of Television
  • 5. Why Bruneians waste Electricity?  Double Subsidies.  Undervalue and Unappreciate  Compare (24 hrs use of Refrigerator, 109kWh) 1. Brunei - B$6.56/month 2. Singapore - B$19.07/month 3. U.S.A. - B$26.12/month
  • 6. Earth Hour  Organised by World Wildlife Fund (WWF).  Last Saturday of March annually.  Switch off electrical appliances for 1 Hour.  Raise awareness about climate changes.  26th March 2011 from 8.30pm to 9.30pm.
  • 7. References  Brunei Government (2010). Brunei Electricity Usage Statistics. Retrieved October 2nd, 2010 from http://www.des.gov.bn/ or http://61.6.207.220/index.php?option=com_content&task=vie w&id=13&Itemid=45  Central Intelligence Agency (2009). Electricity Consumption Statistics. Retrieved October 23rd, 2010 from https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world- factbook/fields/2042.html  Oncor (2010). Gas Turbines. Retrieved September 5th, 2010 from http://www.oncor.com/community/knowledgecollege/energy_li brary/generating/generating02.aspx  Singapore Government (2010). Singapore Electricity Usage Statistics. Retrieved October 2nd, 2010 from http://www.gov.sg/government/web/content/govsg/classic/Info _N_Policy/ip_env  U.S.A. Government (2010). U.S.A. Electricity Usage Statistics. Retrieved October 2nd, 2010 from

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