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The implementation of Efficient Management of Electrical Energy Regulations 2008


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The implementation of Efficient Management of Electrical Energy Regulations 2008

  1. 1. Seminar on Efficient Management Of ElectricalEnergy Regulations 2008ZAINI ABDUL WAHABEnergy Commission24th November 2010ENERGY EFFICIENCY INFORMATIONSHARING SERIES
  2. 2. The Implementation ofEfficient Management OfElectrical Energy Regulations2008– A regulation under Electricity Supply Act 1990– Effective from 15 December 2008
  3. 3. Implementation Strategies1. Communication and awareness programs Briefing, seminar, forum, dialogue, workshop Internally and jointly organized (EC’s HQ and regional offices, industry andprofessional bodies and associations) Special invitations2. Promotion and registration of electrical energy manager Guidelines of application, endorsement of energy management programs forcapacity development More frequent sessions of interview for qualified applicants3. Consultation and assistance for preparation towards compliance Guidelines on audit, information and documents for periodical reporting4. Monitoring and verification From feedback and periodical reports received Site visit (review documents, inspection and measurements)5. Enforcement and legal measures
  4. 4. Who Needs To Comply?
  5. 5. Electrical Energy Suppliers• A licensee or supply authority whosupplies electrical energy to anyinstallation• Regulation 5 : Obligation to submitinformation to the Commissioninformation or documents regarding thenames and particulars of consumers
  6. 6. Electrical Energy Consumers & Generators• Any installation which receives electrical energyfrom a licensee or supply authority with a totalelectrical energy consumption equal to orexceeding 3,000,000 kWh as measured at onemetering point or more over any period notexceeding six consecutive months• Any installation which is used, worked or operatedby a private installation licensee with a total netelectrical energy generation equal to orexceeding 3,000,000 kWh over any period notexceeding six consecutive months(Generatingelectrical energy for own consumption only)
  7. 7. Electrical Energy Management
  8. 8. Regulation 5 : Obligation To SubmitInformation To The Commission• Electrical energy supplier/generator To submit to the Commission information or documentsregarding the names and particulars of consumers/generatorswhose total electrical energy consumption/generation overany period not exceeding six consecutive months equals toor exceeds 3,000,000 kWh, not later than one month afterthe expiry of the period of six consecutive months from theeffective date shall ensure that the information or documents provided aretrue, accurate and complete and shall provide a representationto that effect, including a representation that he or it is notaware of any other information which would make theinformation provided untrue or misleading
  9. 9. When Do They Need To Comply?
  10. 10. Regulation 16:Notification By The Commission• Upon received the notification by the Commission• By hand/registered post addressed according toinformation received from energy suppliers andaffected private licensees.
  11. 11. Directions In The NoticeNo. Item Due date1 To appoint or designate a REEMnot later than three(3)months from thedate of the notice2 To submit a written confirmation of suchappointment or designation to theCommission3 To submit information regarding - the statement of policy the objectives the accounts and documents the report in Form A and Form Bof the Second Schedule to submit any other informationwhich the Commission mayrequirenot later than thirty(30)days after theexpiry of six(6)consecutive monthsfrom the date of thenotice and for thesubsequent sixmonths regularlyThe guidelines is available in
  12. 12. Policy• The statement of policy for efficient electrical energy management ofthe installation• The specific policy statement on efficient management of electricalenergy or apart of other policies that has been developed and introducedfor implementation at the installation.• To be included in the policy statement:– The commitment in efficient management of electrical energy toimprove energy efficiency usage continually.– The commitment to address and act towards processes and activitiesthat will give impact on the performance of electrical energy usage atthe installation; and/or– The commitment to ensure compliance towards the Act andregulations on efficient management of electrical energy.
  13. 13. Objectives• The objectives of efficient electrical energymanagement• The target or objective of energy savings from theimplementation of efficient energy managementpolicy introduced by the owner of installation– achievable electrical energy saving target for theinstallation for short, medium and long terms.– the methodology to measure electrical energy savingtarget based on performance indicator established bythe owner of the installation.
  14. 14. Accounts And Documents• The accounts and documents pertaining toefficient electrical energy managementA.Organizational structure for efficientmanagement of electrical energy at theinstallation.
  15. 15. Accounts And DocumentsB. Comprehensive energy audit report or apart of the report– availability of efficient management of electrical energypractices at the installation.– electrical energy supplied to the installation– electrical energy consumption:-• Daily/weekly/monthly load profile in kW• Load distribution of electrical energy consumptionaccording to equipment in energy unit(kWh) andpercentage(%) of each load.• operating hours of the installation and major electricalenergy using equipment.Item B can be sent to Energy Commission in stages
  16. 16. Accounts And DocumentsB. Comprehensive energy audit report or apart of the report– energy saving measures and estimated energy saving value in energyunit (kWh) for each measure:• description of each saving measure and how to implement• estimated energy saving value for each saving measure accordingto:-– no or low cost required to be implemented; and/or– high cost required to be implemented.• method of measurement/calculation to determine and verify theenergy saving achieved• estimated return of investment/financial analysis used by theowner of the installation for economic evaluation• implementation plan and estimated time required to implementItem B can be sent to Energy Commission in stages
  17. 17. Regulation 9 :Review• The Commission may, at any time after receiving the informationand report under regulation 6, review the obligations of theprivate installation licensee or consumer by considering –(a) that the total net electrical energy generation or totalelectrical energy consumption for the reported period inForm A of the Second Schedule is below 3,000,000 kWh;(b) that the installation has fully complied with therequirementsof these Regulations; and(c) any other reason which the Commission deems fit to showefficient management of electrical energy at the installation• The Commission shall, after reviewing the obligations of theinstallation by written notice notify the installation that he or it isno longer required to further submit the information and reportas specified in regulation 6
  18. 18. Regulation 10 :Withdrawal• The Commission may, at any time after the issuance of the writtennotice under subregulation 9(2) to any installation, withdraw thatnotice if –(a) the total electrical energy consumption or total net electricalenergy generation at the installation over any period of sixconsecutive months after the date of issue of the notice equals toor exceeds 3,000,000 kWh; or(b) for any other reason as the Commission deems fit, it issatisfied that the installation has not practised efficientmanagement of electrical energy at the installation after the dateof issue of the notice.• Any private installation licensee or consumer to whom the writtennotice issued is withdrawn shall become subject to theseRegulations with effect from the date of withdrawal of the notice• Any withdrawal of the written notice issued by the Commissionshall be in writing and served upon the installation
  19. 19. RegisteredElectrical Energy Manager(REEM)
  20. 20. Regulation 11: Registered ElectricalEnergy Manager Of Installation• No person shall engage in, be employed or holdhimself out as a registered electrical energymanager for the purposes of these Regulationsunless the person has been registered by theCommission
  21. 21. Regulation 16 :Functions And Duties OfElectrical Energy Manager• To audit and analyse the total electrical energy consumption orgeneration• To advise in developing and implementing measures to ensureefficient management of electrical energy at the installation• To monitor effective implementation of the measures• To supervise the keeping of records on efficient management ofelectrical energy at the installation and verify its accuracy; and• To ensure the timely submission of information and reports underthe regulations.
  22. 22. Evaluation Criteria
  23. 23. Regulation 12:Qualification Requirements A Malaysian citizen aged 23 years and above who –(i) holds a certificate of registration as a ProfessionalEngineer under the Registration of Engineers Act 1967[Act 138] and possesses at least six months workingexperience in the efficient management of electricalenergy at an installation; or(ii) holds a degree in Science, Engineering, Architecture or itsequivalent and possesses at least one year workingexperience in the efficient management of electrical energyat an installation; or(iii) holds a Certificate of Competency issued by the Commissionas an Electrical Services Engineer or a Competent ElectricalEngineer and possesses at least nine months workingexperience in the efficient management of electrical energyat an installation; and(Minimum requirements)
  24. 24. Regulation 12:Qualification Requirements• Demonstrates knowledge of the requirementsof the Act and these Regulations that satisfiesthe Commission• The Commission may require any person toattend an interview to ascertain hisqualifications
  25. 25. Knowledge And Experiences Energy audit types, methodolgy and commonequipment used in auditing Involvement in energy efficiency projects coveringtechnical and management Operation of electrical system/equipment atinstallation Applications in energy efficiency covering commonenergy saving measures, classifications of energyefficient equipment, measurement and verificationof savings and etc.
  26. 26. The Evaluation Process1.The Completed APPLICATION FORMTo qualify to be called for the interview2. THE INTERVIEWComponent Method Topics Covered Duration(minutes)Score (100%)Quiz Written •Act&Regulations(A&R)•Technical (Theory& applications onelectrical energyefficiency)30 20%•10%-A&R• 10%-TechnicalInterview Oral 20 80%•30%-A&R•50%-technicalThe candidate must score at least 50% (must be at least 20% from A&R and30% from Technical) to pass the interview and to be registered as ElectricalEnergy Manager)
  27. 27. How To Apply? Submit:Completed application form (availableReport on energy efficiency projectInformation and supporting documents as stated inthe application formProcessing feeMedical evidence (if requested)
  28. 28. Energy Efficiency Project Report At least one project report on energy efficiency mustbe attached with the application to become anelectrical energy manager Only electrical energy related project ( thermal energyrelated project can be submitted as additional) Types of projectImplemented project at any installation – from theconceptual ideas, implementation and to reportingon savings achievedEnergy audit/feasibility study any installation –although findings partly implemented or notimplemented
  29. 29. General Provisions• The Commission to maintain a register of registeredelectrical energy managers• Extension of time – the person affected may request foran extension of time in writing and the Commission maygrant such extension of time as it deems fit.• Penalty- Any person who commits an offence under theRegulations shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine notexceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment fora term not exceeding one year or both
  30. 30. Notes• Electrical energy manager is not required to employedpermanently• A registered electrical energy manager can beappointed at more than one installation• No mandatory requirement to attend any training orcourse to apply to become a registered electricalenergy manager.
  31. 31. Continuous Development Program (CDP)For Registered Electrical Energy Manager• One of the requirements for the renewalof registration as a REEM• REEMs are required to participate orinvolve for at least eight (8) hours inprogrammes related to efficientmanagement of energy endorsed byEnergy Commission
  32. 32. Continuous Development ProgramProviders
  33. 33. Types Of Provider• Public Institutions (government/semi-government)• Industry/professional associations• Profit oriented private companies• Others
  34. 34. Evaluation CriteriaTypes of programme• Course or training• Conference, seminar and workshop• Presentations related to EEtechnologies,management and researchfindingsApplication and evaluation• Through a submission of completed EC’sapplication form (ST(DSM/PPB/2010)
  35. 35. Opportunities FromThe Implementation Of EMEER 2008
  36. 36. Opportunities• Energy auditing services – energy audit as one offunctions and duties to be performed by REEM• Credible Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) – tosupport the energy management initiatives forlarge energy users(development, implementationand monitoring)• Implementation of energy management system forcompanies – certification for the new ISO 50001:Energy Management System
  37. 37. Opportunities• Measurements and verifications equipment and services– capacity to perform analysis for energy data,measurements and data for verification purposes• Energy management training needs and – endorsementfor training providers to energy auditors, energymanagers, measurements and verification functions• Higher interest energy efficient technologies andsolutions• Business diversification from existing energy relatedservices (O&M , testing, inspection and measurementsand etc)
  38. 38. Please visit for updatedinformation and guidelinesTHANK YOU!Q&