Establishment of a Sustainable Energy Management System Mr. Ha Dang Son National Expert- AEMAS Managing Director of The Research Centre for Energy and Environment AEMAS Launching Conference Sofitel Plaza Hotel,Ha Noi, 21 October 2011
Outline1. Origin of AEMAS2. Overall design3. Training and certification of energy managers4. Energy Management Gold Standard: certification of companies5. Why apply? – Energy Managers6. Why apply? - Companies7. Energy Management Gold Standard vs. ISO 500018. AEMAS in other countries9. AEMAS in Vietnam
1. Origin of AEMAS• Need from ASEAN governments to support their energy efficiency promotion policies (APAEC 1999-2004)• Problems faced: – Lack of managerial skills among energy managers (all training program focus on technical aspects) – Lack of interest from end-users to invest in energy efficiency; cost savings is not strong driver (apart for very energy intensive industries)
2. Overall design of AEMASProblems faced: Solutions: – Lack of managerial – Develop training skills among energy curriculum focused on managers managerial aspects – Lack of interest – Propose certification for from end-users to companies based on invest in energy achievements in energy efficiency efficiency, to trigger interests based on CSR, green image, etc.
2. Overall design of AEMAS“System of certification based onexcellence in energy management”Training and certification of Certification of companies Energy Managers • Based on ISO 50001 with additional• Training curriculum focused requirementsEXCLUSIVELY on managerial • Three levels of certification toaspects: how to establish and progressively drive towards EnMgt bestmanage and EnMgt system practices• Two levels of certification:Certified EnMer andProfessional EnMer
3.1 Approach to EnMgt Report to Certified EnergyManagement Board Manager NOT a technical function! Report to Technical team
3.2 Training of Energy Managers• Empowers industries with in-house capabilities to establish and manage the EnMgt system• Enhances the professional standing of Energy Managers• Training curriculum based on 220-page Energy Management Workbook:- Role of the energy manager- How to define the energy policy- How to appraise the energy management performance- How to set up and manage: energy baseline, EEI, Energy Accounting Centers, EnergyManagement Committee, Energy Management Working Procedures, Investment Appraisal forEnergy Efficiency Projects, Human Resource Development in Energy Management System,Documentation in Energy Management System- How to establish Energy Target & Plan, including organizing Energy Audit & Analysis,Measurement & Verification- How to integrate the Energy Management System into Business Practice (working ,monitoringand reporting procedures, other management standards, …)- Project management and investment- Energy Management performance review
3.3 Certification processMinimum qualifications:• Bachelor degree or higher in any field with: - At least 5 years of working experience in factories and/or buildings; and - At least 2 years of working experience in a supervisory and/ or managerial role.• Or higher vocational certification or higher with: - At least 7 years of working experience in factories and/or buildings and - At least 4 years of working experience in a supervisory and/ or managerial role. Successfully implement a sustainable EMGt system Training and Test Certified Energy (Compulsory) Application & Qualification New Assessment Manager / CEM candidates with Submit 2 IEMP/ Interview before panel minimumqualifications Professional Energy Manager / PEM
4. Energy Management Gold StandardWhy the Energy Management Gold Standard?• ISO 50001 “Energy Management Standard” is a powerful tool to assist energy managers set up a sustainable energy management system• HOWEVER, ISO 50001 does NOT require certified companies to improve their energy efficiency: “ISO 50001:2011 does not prescribe specific performance criteria with respect to energy” (extract from ISO 50001 standard)• Objective of ASEAN governments: convince energy end-users to improve their energy efficiency > ISO 50001 is not sufficient
4.1 About ISO 50001:20114.1 General requirements 4.5 Implementation and operation 4.5.1 Competence, training and awareness4.2 Management responsibility 4.5.2 Documentation 4.2.1 General 4.5.3 Operational control 4.2.2 Roles, responsibility and authority 4.5.4 Communication 4.5.5 Design4.3 Energy policy 4.5.6 Purchasing energy services, goods and energy4.4 Planning 4.6 Checking performance 4.4.1 General 4.6.1 Monitoring, measurement and analysis 4.6.2 Evaluation of legal/other compliance 4.4.2 Energy Profile 4.6.3 Internal audit 4.4.3 Energy Baseline 4.6.4 Nonconformities, corrective, preventive and 4.4.4 Energy performance indicators improvement actions 4.6.5 Control of records 4.4.5 Legal and other requirements 4.7 Review of the energy management system by top 4.4.6 Objectives, targets and action plans management 4.7.1 Inputs to management review 4.7.2 Outputs from management review
4.2 ISO 50001 pros and limitations Pros+ ISO’s reputation will encourage many industries to adopt ISO 50001 to gain better public image+ ISO 50001 standard provides detailed specifications on the elements of an Energy Management System Limitations- No guidelines on HOW to establish and manage the EnMgt system: rely on external consultants?- “ISO 50001:2011 does not prescribe specific performance criteria with respect to energy.”: - No requirements on energy efficiency improvements - No requirements related to budget and investment
4.3 Energy Management Gold Standard vs. ISO 50001 ISO 50001Corporate energy policy Energy Management system in place and documentedTrained and certified energy manager Motivation Budget management Demonstration of budget spending Demonstration of EE measures implementation Verified improvement of EEI Energy Management System in Real EE improvement; Energy place, budget allocated Management System is sustainable
4.3 Overall Design • Certified Energy Manager: 3-day training on managerial aspects + evaluation Certification of • Professional Energy Manager: CEM + 2 energy managers achievement papers reviewed by committee Certification of • 1 star: EnMgt system based on ISO 50001 + CEM + EE budget allocation end-users • 2 stars: PEM + verified improvement in EEI + Energy verified implementation of EE measures • 3 stars: sustainability on EnMgt system (impl. of Management EE meausres 3 years in a row, achievement of Gold Standard EM best practices
4.4 Certification of companies • EnMgt System in place according to ISO 50001 + Certified Energy Manager (CEM) + Motivation plan for the personal involved in the EnMgt system + Budget allocated for investment in EE measures + Procurement policies and internal investment criteria “EE-friendly”Validity: 2 years Cannot be renewed: obligation to achieve 2 star In case 2-star certification cannot be achieved within 2 years, the 1-star certificate is withdrawn. Companies can re-apply for 1-star after 3 years minimum from the date of withdrawal Companies can apply directly for 2-star anytime.
4.4 Certification of companiesSame as 1 star + (either one of the following): • Overall EEI improves by 5% (over 2 years) • Overall energy consumption decreases by 5% • EEI improves by 1% on year-on-year basis over past 3 years • EE measures representing at least 50% of the total energy saving potential of recommended measures (internal audit) are implemented and achieving at least 1% overall energy savings • EE measures representing at least 50% of the total energy saving potential of recommended measures (external audit by AEMAS certified auditor and approved by senior AEMAS experts) and achieving less 1% overall energy savings are implemented (include cases where NO EE measures are implemented) • Fuel-switching project implemented (using NG or RE) • Projects involving self-generation of electricity implemented • One RE project implemented • Investment in 5 new EE technologiesValidity: 2 years Renewal gives 3 stars If cannot be renewed: downgrading to 1-star (if criteria met) with only 1 year validity
4.4 Certification of companiesOpen only for 2-star certified companiesSame criteria as for 2-star + Energy Manager must be PEM (notCEM), i.e. renewal of 2-star provides 3-starRationale: a company who can meet 2-star certification 2 times in arow, that is over 3-4 years, demonstrate their sustainable and pro-active approach to EnMgt. The 3-star aims to convey this message. Validity of 3-star: 2 years Renewal confirms sustainability In case a company cannot renew, it is downgraded to 1-star (if criteria are met), with 1-year validity only.
5. Why apply ? – Energy Managers• Build your professional skills to implement and manage a sustainable energy management system based on ISO 50001• Enhance your professional standing with certification recognized in 10 ASEAN countries, supported by European Union and UNEP• Improve career path development
Certificate #: Certified Energy Manager This Certificate is awarded to In recognition of his/her fulfillment of all the obligations under the ASEAN Energy Management Scheme (AEMAS) Dr. Hardiv H. Situmeang Jean-Marc Alexandre ASEAN Centre for Energy Country Coordinator AEMAS ThailandAEMAS is co-funded by the European Union
6. Why apply ? - Companies• Get ready for ISO 50001 certification; make ISO 50001 certification cheaper (in-house capability, audit guidelines)• Be recognized as top performer, as Energy Management Gold Standard is improved version of ISO 50001• Improve your Corporate Social Responsibility and build your Green Image• Improve your energy efficiency and make huge savings
7. Energy Management Gold Standard vs. ISO 50001• EMGS recognizes your achievements in energy management > portrays you as a top performer ISO 50001 only certifies that an energy management system is in place• With EMGS, your energy manager has skills to establish and run the system No need for external consultants• EMGS gives you guidelines to prepare for the audit Not ISO 50001: need for external consultants to prepare for audit Make audit faster and cheaper, as everything is ready up to auditor’s expectations• As EMGS is based on ISO 50001, you can make a self- declaration of conformity with ISO 50001, without paying third-party certification fees
8. AEMAS in other countries• AEMAS already established in all ASEAN countries• 260 energy managers already certified; 100 additional per month• 5 companies already certified 1-star under Energy Management Gold Standard: – Malaysia: University Technology Malaysia; Telekom Malaysia R&D – Philippines: San Miguel-Yamamura Packaging Corporation; Texas Instrument; Toshiba Information Equipment
5. Partners Copper Development Center South East Asia ASEAN Center for Energy Country Coordinator, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia Coordinator Energy Practitioners Association of the Philippines Action for Sustainable Country Coordinator, Philippines Development Technical partner, France Pelangi Country Coordinator, Indonesia Research Center for Energy and Environment Country Coordinator, Vietnam Greentech Malaysia Country Coordinator, Malaysia Funded by: Myanma Engineering Society Country Coordinator, Myanmar
Content• Background• Sustainable Energy Management System• AEMAS Structure and Network• AEMAS Target Group• Deliveries• Activities• Planned Schedule of AEMAS Course• Contact
Background• Law on Efficiency and Saving Energy was effective 1/1/2011 – Article 33.34: Responsibilities of the establishment of key energy facility is to apply energy management systems, conduct audits and energy audits, and to assign energy management at the facility. – Decision 1294/QD-TTg: list of enterprises of the group of key energy• Vietnam National Energy Efficiency Programme (VNEEP) – Subject to Prime Minister’s Decision number 79/2006/QD-TTg dated 14 April 2006 – For a successful implementation of the Program, reaching a saving rate of 3-5% of the total energy consumption in the period 2006-2010 and 5- 8% of the country by 2015• Establishment of a Energy Management System is Sustainablesolution for enterprises
AEMAS Structure in Viet Nam Regional Level (ASEAN) AEMAS Steering Committee AEMAS Regional Body (EE&C SSN) (ACE) National Level (Vietnam) AEMAS National Steering AEMAS Country National Support Network Committee Coordinator (HUT, ECCs, Dept of IT, (EECO) (RCEE) MoC) RCEE Level Country Experts (RCEE) Local trainers CEMs (RCEE, HUT, VESCO) Local auditors PEMs (RCEE, VESCO)
Establishment of AEMAS Country Chapter• AEMAS National Steering Committee: The AEMAS Country Chapters will become instrumental in assisting governments in energy efficiency policy implementation. It will be compose of Country Coordinator ( RCEE) and other agencies to be nominated by the national EE&C SSN Focal Point.• AEMAS National Support Network: will consist of a network of key intermediary organizations that will be instrumental in promoting AEMAS in the country and organizing training workshops in different parts of the country: national federations of industries, training institutions, universities, professional associations, national institutes of engineers, ...• AEMAS Regional Body and AMEAS Country Coordinator : will be in charge of evaluating applicants; and issue Accreditation for Energy Manager and Certification for End – Users. The AEMAS Regional Body, AEMAS Country Coordinator and AEMAS Country Chapters are still functioning after the end of the Action.
AEMAS – Vietnam Network• AEMAS NSC: - MOIT/EECO (Focal point) - RCEE• AEMAS Country Coordinator: - RCEE• AEMAS NSN: – Technical Universities – Energy Conservation Centers – Business Associations – Industrial Park Managements – Office Building Managements
Target groups• GT1: Energy managers, factory managers, heads of finance department, general managers of energy – intensive industries ( 500 energy managers in VN)• GT2: Energy – intensive industries in ASEAN that will apply for certification ( SMEs) (259 in Entry level / 141 in Showcase level)• GT3: Energy Consultants, energy auditors, ISO 14000 auditors in 8 ASEAN countries ( 20 local trainers/ 20 local auditors)
Project Deliveries 3 country experts 20 local trainers 20 local auditors 20 training workshops 500 CEM 259 entry level & 149 showcase for end – users
AEMAS Activities in the 1st Year Inception meeting between EE&C SSN and RCEE on 7th May Identify list of members of the AEMAS National SupportNetwork in consultation with national EE&C SSN Focal Point. (inMay) Organize the 1st AEMAS Steering Committee in Vietnam, andintroduce AEMAS – Vietnam networks. (10 – 12 June) Prepare a brochure for the AEMAS Country Chapter Prepare Terms of Reference of the national Steering Committee Organize first meeting of the Steering Committee and AEMASNational Support Network. ( in Dec/Jan) Organize 1 course for local trainers Organize 1 pilot training course
Output Training PromotionTraining Network curriculum Activities Mass- email to 20 local Association of Relevant to 500 enterprises trainers was specific Vietnam’s certified industry background Corporation Agreement with various associations 10 first energy Based on Các dự án Annual managers in specific NGO của EU launching pilot training industry event in HN and HCM
AEMAS Courses• Organize throughout of Vietnam – Recently arrange in major cities who has concentrated industrial zones• Organize by industrial group – Building the practical system for better energy management (Good Practice by Sector)• Organize 2 course per month – In the 1st week and 3rd of month – Recent courses would be held in November and December
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Contact of AEMAS VietnamThe Research Centre for Energy and Environment Unit 402 – 4th Floor, Hacinco Hotel, 110 Thai Thinh, Dong Da District, Hanoi Tel: (04) 37868592 | Fax: (04) 37868593Coordinator- North and Middle: Ms. Le Thi Tra My• Mobile:0982040860• Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgCoordinator- South: Ms. Trinh Thuc Anh• Mobile: 0919140088• Email: email@example.com