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Energy Efficiency Standard and labeling in Malaysia 2010


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Updates on standard & labeling for EE development in Malaysia at air conditioners conference as a country representative at Beijing

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Energy Efficiency Standard and labeling in Malaysia 2010

  2. 2. ContentMajor Energy Efficiency InitiativesMajor EE standard and labeling Initiatives Past and present programmes The way forward
  3. 3. Major Energy Efficiency Initiativesand Strategies
  4. 4. Existing PoliciesNational Energy PolicyA simple form of energy policy defined in termsof its objectives Supply objective is to ensure adequate and secureenergy supply at reasonable prices Utilisation objective is to use energy efficiently and tocut down on wasteful ways of using energy, and Environmental objective is that in ensuring theachievements of the supply and utilisation objectives,the environment is not degraded adverselyFifth Fuel Policy - RE
  5. 5. New Energy Related PoliciesThe policy to phase out incandescent lamps (2011-2013) -Announced on March 2010Consultant study is underway to formulate the new EnergyPolicyTo introduce The Renewable Energy Policy and Master PlanIn the process of formulating The Energy Efficiency Policy andMaster Plan - expected to be completed in 2010 RE and EE Master Plan – for electricity sector onlyConsidering to produce electricity from nuclear by 2021
  6. 6. Capacity Development Malaysia Industrial Energy Efficiency Improvement Programme(2000-2005) Energy auditing and demonstrations of EE projects ESCO development Standard and labeling Capacity Development on EE for Energy Commission withDANIDA Industrial Buildings Household Energy Efficiency/Management Trainings and Courses Endorsement and monitoring of programmes conductedby private companies , industry associations and publicorganizations.
  7. 7. Present Laws And Regulations Existing laws (Electricity Supply Acts 1990and Electricity Regulations 1994) focusingon supply side (generation, transmission,distribution) and safety Many elements in demand side management(energy users and electrical equipment )remain non regulated areas Introduced and enforce the EfficientManagement of Electrical EnergyRegulations 2008 – require large energyusers to appoint energy manager and submitregular reports
  8. 8. Fiscal Incentives for EEProducts and Projects Import duties and sales tax exemptions forHigh Efficiency Motors and insulationmaterials Sales tax exemptions for energy efficientproducts produced by local manufacturers Investment allowances and pioneer statusfor energy efficiency projects and CertifiedBuildings Under Malaysian Green BuildingIndex
  9. 9. Major Energy EfficiencyStandard and Labeling Initiatives
  10. 10. EE MEPS &L Status for ElectricalEquipmentItem MEPS EERatingEE label StatusHigh EfficiencyMotorNo 2003 2003 VoluntaryDomestic fan Yes 2009 2009 MEPS(mandatory),Rating & Label(Voluntary)DomesticRefrigeratorNo 2003 2003 VoluntaryTelevision No 2009 2009 VoluntaryAir Conditioner No 2009 2009 VoluntaryBallast forfluorescentlampsYes No No MEPS(mandatory)
  11. 11. Introduction of EE rating and labelingEE LABEL – Comparative Label
  12. 12. EE LABEL - Endorsement LabelOnly for 5-STAR rated models
  13. 13. Awareness Campaigns AndPromotional ActivitiesPrinted media: handbooks, brochures,posters, competitions, advertisements
  14. 14. Awareness Campaigns AndPromotional ActivitiesElectronic media:TV commercials– EE Refrigerators– EE at home– TV and radio interviews, talk-shows andspecial appearancesNational Energy Month on every Novemberand EE Carnival
  15. 15. Awareness Campaigns AndPromotional ActivitiesHigh efficiency motorsThrough MoU with HEM manufacturers,importers and suppliers in 2003Promoting the use of EFF1 motorsDemonstration projectsEnergy Efficient refrigeratorsThrough MoU with manufacturers andaggressive A&P in 2003Promoting the use of 5 STAR models
  16. 16. Data & InformationFrom Surveys
  17. 17. Summary of Energy Performance Data for WallMounted Split Unit Air Conditioners In MalaysianMarket : 2008Type MinimumEERMaximumEERAverageEERNo. ofmodelsNon-inverter7.73 12.68 9.42 242Inverter 11.18 16.42 13.67 30• Data collected from 12 manufacturers• Capacity up to 24,000 Btu/h• Date used to establish values for EE Rating System
  18. 18. Market SizeEstimated total quantity at about 650,000units sold in 2009 for room airconditioners
  19. 19. Market Survey On EE Label Design: 2004 The Conclusions: The label designs shown to the respondentswere either reasonably or well understood.However, the public needs to be educated onthe labels to increase its understanding toencourage consumers to purchase EEappliances. This is best conducted through anA&P campaign
  20. 20. EE Performance IndicatorsMaterial/Equipment Energy Performance Indicator, Rating System1 Insulation materials Thermal conductivity, k-value,(W/mK )2 High Efficiency Motors EFF 1 type based on European Committee ofManufacturers of Electrical Machinery and PowerElectronics3 Lamps (CFL, FluorescentTube, LED)Efficacy (Lumen/Watt)4 Ballasts for fluorescent lamps Losses (Watt)5 Domestic Air conditioners Energy Efficiency Ratio,EER (Btu/h/W)- STAR Rating6 Domestic Refrigerators Energy Efficiency Factor,EEF,(Litre/kWh) )- STAR Rating7 Domestic fans Coefficient of Performance (COP) (m3/min/W) ):- STAR Rating8 Televisions Energy Efficiency Index (cm2/kWh) )- STAR RatingMinimum performance must be met to qualify for fiscal incentives (import duties and sales tax exemption)
  21. 21. Energy Performance StandardsMaterial/Equipment Testing Standards1 Insulation materials Standard MS1020: 1986, ASTM C5182 High Efficiency Motor IEC 60034-23 Lamps(CFL, Fluorescent Tube, LED)MS IEC 60969:2006 ,IEC/PAS 626124 Ballasts for fluorescent lamp MS 141:Part 2:1993MS IEC 929:19955 Domestic Air conditioner(non ducted)MS ISO 5151:20046 Domestic Refrigerator MS ISO 8561:2000MS ISO 8187:20007 Domestic fan MS1220:20018 Television IEC 62087 Ed. 2.0 2008-10MS IEC 62301:2006
  22. 22. EE Rating for Air ConditionersSTAR Rating EER5 >10.414 9.94 - 10.43 8.99 - 9.932 8.52 - 8.981 < 8.51• Rating values used for inverter and non-inverter types•4 and 5 STAR Rated models produced by local manufacturersqualified to apply for sales tax exemption
  23. 23. Summary of EE EquipmentBased on EE RatingProduct Type No. Approved models (until April 2010)3-STAR 4 -STAR 5-STAR TotalDomestic Airconditioner(non ducted)- 122 20 142DomesticRefrigerator1 - 31 32Domestic fan 6 19 163 188Television - 8 143 151
  24. 24. The Way Forward
  25. 25. EE Rating and LabelingTo add more types of electrical equipment underthe present voluntary energy efficiency ratingand labeling which can be adopted with theintroduction of future laws/regulationsTo continue working together with industryplayers in developing EE criteria for more typesof electrical equipmentTo add at least another 4 new equipment with itsEE rating and label in 2010
  26. 26. Legislation• In the process of drafting the new regulationsusing the enabling provisions under the existingElectricity Supply Act 1990 to regulate energyperformance through MEPS and EE labelingrequirements for electrical equipment• Targets:– 2010 : preparation and completion of the 1st draft– 2011: presentation to key stakeholders and to obtainminister’s approval– To be decided: Introduction and implementation
  27. 27. Fiscal IncentivesTo propose to the government to extend thefiscal incentives for EE projects andproducts beyond 31 December 2010To propose for the incentives to be enjoyedfor all importersFor air conditioners Sales tax about 10% Import duty about 5%
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