Going green with renewable energy and energy efficiency

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Speaker: Mohd Ali Ar Ridha - Technical Director (Green Constitutes Sdn Bhd)

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  • The depletion of oil leads to
  • Prices of oil fluctuates
  • In front of the challenge , we have (on demand usage management and consequent C02 reduction by consumption optimisation) durable solutions provided they are fully implemented ( regulation is a key in massive implementation )Reaching the targets ( less 20% in 2020) = compulsory implementation of the full range of our proposals on usage optimisation , it is time to implement active EE on top of the historical implementation of passive EE ( even if passive EE has to go on ) Implementation on existing built in environment is key to reach 2020 targets and the beauty of our proposals is that they can be implemented easily and with low investment on existing
  • Going green with renewable energy and energy efficiency

    1. 1. GOING WITH RENEWABLE For Information and ENERGY AND DiscussionRev.1GREEN ENERGY EFFICIENCY 13th SESSION Energy Division 23rd FEBRUARY 2012 Green Constitutes Sdn Bhd
    2. 2. Our objectivehelp you save energy, money and ultimatelythe environment
    3. 3. Energy timeline for Peninsular Malaysia…Malaysia has been highly dependent on fossil fuelsources.. Swinging from one source to another..
    4. 4. Too reliant on coal and oil and gas…? Hydro, 5.2% Total Energy Generation Distillate, 0.20% MFO, 0.20% Fossil fuel Coal, 40% and coal Coal Gas dominate Gas, 54% Hydro Distillate 95% of MFO energy generation Peninsular energy mix in 2010 Total Energy Generation in 2010 is 101, 073 GWh
    5. 5. The future of oil and gas? Price of oil and gas fluctuates. Gas supply shortage in Malaysia.. will have to import soon
    6. 6. How bout coal? Malaysia import coal from Indonesia, Australia and South Africa…and will have to compete with China and India
    7. 7. Current issues…
    8. 8. Are we heading for………
    9. 9. The Energy Dilemma x 2 The increase in energy consumption by 2050 ÷ 2 The CO2 emissions reduction to avoid dramatic climate changes by 2050
    10. 10. The energy and CO2 emission challenge World consumption up 45% since 1980, 70% higher by 2030 Resource competition & political instability keep prices high ●Coal use continues to grow in emerging marketsThese trends are here to last unless we act !
    11. 11. We can not stop world population or energy demand growth… But we can change the way we use energy and reduce GHG emissions
    12. 12. Energy challenges & opportunities are everywhereSupply Side Demand Supply Demand Side ManagementMore Efficient and + More Efficient Use ConservationCleaner Supply Metering & Analysis & ManagementCleaner supplies will take Current technologies allow ustime to implement to target 10-40% savingsWe are developing technologies and We must focus on Energy Efficiency tobusiness models to increase renewable solve our energy dilemmaenergies penetration to the grid Short term actionMid term approach
    13. 13. Green Constitutes is involved in 70% of end-user energy consumption We can help you make savings!
    14. 14. But first… Let’s take a look at some facts that might be helpful to make well- informed decisions.
    15. 15. Buildings and Industry are the 1st GHG emission contributors… Industrial process• ≈ 44% GHG contribution comes Land use Change (deforestation) reactions & fugitive emissions from buildings & Industry and agriculture Transportation – 3x larger than GHG contribution from transportation GHG from Building, Power & Industry Energy Use
    16. 16. …and also the first energy consumers !•Energy use split31% >2% 18% 21% 28%Industry Data centres & Buildings Residential Transportation& Infrastructure networksMain energy consumption is for heating, cooling, motors, lighting, electronics andappliances Source: EERE Building Energy Data book 2006 EERE Manufacturing Systems Footprint , http://www1.eere.energy.gov/industry/energy_systems/pdfs/mfg_footprint.pdf
    17. 17. Solutions for Energy EfficiencyEnergy Audit& Measure Passive Energy Efficiency Active Energy Efficiency Optimise through Monitor, maintain, i Fix the basics automation & regulation mprove Low consumption devices HVAC control, lighting control via Energy coaching , monitoring (LEDs, etc.), Identify energy hogs, Pre- Energy Management System, real- services, Enistic analysis audit or energy bills, Meters time monitoring and control with software, Voltage Optimization, Air- installation, Full-breakdown of timer settings and on/off features conditioning solutions, Chiller and electricity usage motor solutions
    18. 18. We contribute through our solutions ! Optimize through Monitor, maintain, iFix the basics automation & regulation mprove
    19. 19. Where are the savings ? Industry & Data centres & Buildings Residential infrastructure networksAverage facility can Power & cooling can Renovation can yield up EE products may savereduce consumption by reduce power to 30% of energy savings 10% to 40% in electricity10 to 20% consumption by 20 to 30%  25% savings would save  Power & cooling systems is  Consume 20% of total  20% to 25 % of consumed 7% of the world’s 50% of electricity usage energy energy (EU & US) electricity  Saving energy improves DC  3 key areas: HVAC, lighting &  Lighting & appliances over  Motors, account for over infrastructure efficiency integrated building solutions 40% 60% of electricity usage
    20. 20. Energy saving ROI improves as energy prices rise Energy price Years paybacks* 0,40 5,0 0,375 4,5 0,35 Cents/KWh 0, 325 4,0 Years 0,30 0,275 3,5 0,25 3,0 0,225 0,20 2,5 0,175 0,15 2,0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Payback time has decreased 30% over 5 years due to increase in energy prices
    21. 21. Solutions for Renewable Energy REQUIRES CAREFUL PLANNING AND TAKES TIME TO COMPLETE AND RETURN.GREENFIELD >>>> TURNKEY >>>> TECHNICAL & COMMERCIAL MANAGEMENT
    22. 22. WIND ASSESSMENT SERVICES – DESIGN, SUPPLY, INSTALL SMALL-MEDIUM SCALE WIND TURBINE SYSTEM – DESIGN, SUPPLY, INSTALLVENTILATION RECOVERY SYSTEM – WIND FARM DEVELOPERWind Energy Department “The fastest growing renewable energy source in the world”
    23. 23. SOLAR ASSESSMENT SERVICES – DESIGN, SUPPLY, INSTALLRESIDENTIAL BIPV SYSTEM – DESIGN, SUPPLY, INSTALLCOMMERCIAL AND UTILITY SCALE BIPV SYSTEM Solar Energy Department “FIT for solar energy in Malaysia starts Dec 2011…
    24. 24. Available PV quota…… ..but with limited quota”
    25. 25. Benefits of RE and EE• Available Incentives, Feed-in-Tariffs -Government Incentives (Investment Tax Allowance-ITA) -Financing Scheme/Power Purchase Agreements (GTFS & FIT)• Significant Operating Advantages -Reduce Your Building’s Operating Costs -Hedge Against Rising Utility Rates• Low Maintenance/High Reliability• Marketing Advantages Reputation for Quality Media Attention Investment Advantages
    26. 26. Completed projects PROJECT NO: PL002 CLIENT: INDIVIDUAL LED BULBS : GC-9W (56 units) COST INCLUDING INSTALLATION: RM 6,450.00 STAGE: COMPLETED PROJECT NO: P020 CLIENT: INDIVIDUAL WIND MONITORING SYSTEM : 16m LEWL WIND DATA LOGGER COST INCLUDING INSTALLATION: RM 3,000.00 STAGE: COMPLETED – 1 MONTH MONITORING
    27. 27. Ongoing wind projects…SMALL-MEDIUM SCALE PROJECT NO: P002 CLIENT: IJM LAND BHD DEVELOPMENT: THE LIGHT WATERFRONT PHASE I , PENANG TURBINE MODEL: HUMMER4.6 – 3kWr (3 units) TURBINE HUB HEIGHT: 12m COST INCLUDING INSTALLATION: RM 180,000.00 (RM20k/kWp) STAGE: GREENFIELD DEVELOPMENT (PILING WORKS) PROJECT NO: P016 CLIENT: JAMBATAN KEDUA SDN BHD DEVELOPMENT: BATU KAWAN TOLL PB2X, PENANG TURBINE MODEL: DS3000 – 3kWr (3 units) TURBINE HUB HEIGHT: 10m COST INCLUDING INSTALLATION: RM 380,000 (RM40k/kWp) STAGE: TENDERING (EXPECTED COMPLETION MAY JUNE 2012)
    28. 28. LARGE SCALE (ONSHORE)PROJECT NO: WF001INVESTOR: CONFIDENTIALDEVELOPMENT:100MW WIND FARM IN KUDATTURBINE MODEL:GAMESA G97-2MW (50 units)TURBINE HUB HEIGHT: 90mCOST INCLUDINGINSTALLATION:RM 577,000,000.00(RM5.7k/kWp)STAGE:GREENFIELD DEVELOPMENT(WIND RESOURCE ASSESSMENT) ShaftFIT DISCUSSION WITH KETTHA GeneratorAND SEDA Gear Box Transformer
    29. 29. Ongoing solar projects… PROJECT NO: PS020(S) CLIENT: INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT: 4.9kWp BIPV SYSTEM SOLAR MODULES: ET-P660245– 245Wp (20 units) METHOD OF INSTALLATION: INTEGRATED COST INCLUDING INSTALLATION: RM 74,000.00 (RM15.1k/kWp) STAGE: FIT APPROVAL RECEIVED INSTALLATION DATE: 07/03/2012
    30. 30. Package project SAMPLE: Laman PKNS• GBI Platinum rating (86+ pts) • 40kWp BIPV system-Retrofit• Green Constitutes can contribute (single string 33kWp inverter) around 31 pts with our package or 36% of the total required points for • Energy Management System Platinum rating. Audit kit – 41 metering points• Total package investment : RM 630,000.00• Total savings per annum: • LED lightings – 400 down RM 99,524.00 / year in energy lights – 7W savings• Overall Return On Investment: 6.4 years • Rainwater Harvesting system (Gravity system x 2 900 litres tank)

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