0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010Indus...
• Final energy intensity ondeclining trend• Strong co-relation betweenIndustrial energy intensity &Final energy intensityS...
National Energy Policy (1979)6Supply Objective: Ensure the provision ofadequate, secure and cost-effective energysupply.Ut...
7EE Regulatory Framework Electricity Supply (Amendment) 2001-Act A1116 Empowers the Minister to promote the efficient us...
Current Development on EE RegulatoryFramework The amendment of Electricity Supply Regulations 1994 to enable theenforceme...
Green Technology Fund Scheme(GTFS) Initial RM1.5 billion fund shared by government and banks to improve the supply anduti...
Fiscal Incentives For EE & REProjects And Products• Introduced by the government to promoteEE & RE• Companies implementing...
Incentives Energy EfficiencyProjects & ProductsCompanies Providing EnergyConservation Services (ESCO)Companies Incurring C...
Green BuildingsOwners Of Buildings AwardedWith The GBI Certificate Buyers Of Buildings AndResidential Properties AwardedWi...
Energy –Efficient Buildings: Demonstration ProjectsBuilding Targeted BEILow Energy Office (LEO) – MEGTCCompleted in 20041...
Energy-Efficient Equipment: Rating And Labeling Refrigerator Wall mounted split unit airconditioner Domestic fans (stan...
2011 TOTAL TARGETENERGY SAVINGS127.3GWhType ofAppliancesFridges Air -ConditionersChillersAllocationTarget # ofUnits100,000...
Adaptation from US Dept. of Energy, Measurement & Verification Guidelines, Version 3.0,time(year)Electricity BillDuring EP...
 NEEMP’s main objective is to enhance the nation’s energyefficiency & conservation initiatives over a 10-year period. NE...
Programs Plant andProcessesIndustrialTechnologiesHigh EfficientMotorsCogenerationPolicy Tools Incentives(Soft loans)Incent...
Programs Govt Buildings CommercialBuildingsNew BuildingsPolicy Tools Incentives(Financial)Incentives( Financial & Tax)Buil...
Programs EE Refrigerators EE Lightings EE Air-ConditionersEE FansPolicy Tools MEPS MEPS MEPS MEPSLabeling Labeling Labelin...
THANK YOU!
EE Initiatives and National EE Master Plan by The Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water
EE Initiatives and National EE Master Plan by The Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water
EE Initiatives and National EE Master Plan by The Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water
EE Initiatives and National EE Master Plan by The Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water
EE Initiatives and National EE Master Plan by The Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water
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EE Initiatives and National EE Master Plan by The Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water

  1. 1. 0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010Industrial Transport Residential & CommercialFinal energy demand wasdecreasing but electricityconsumption was growingTransport sector exceededIndustrial sector as thelargest energy user in thecountry, accounted for40.5% in 2010-10000100003000050000700009000011000001000020000300004000050000600007000080000199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010GWhktoePrimary Energy Supply Final Energy Demand Electricity ConsumptionSource: National Energy Balance 2010
  2. 2. • Final energy intensity ondeclining trend• Strong co-relation betweenIndustrial energy intensity &Final energy intensitySource: National Energy Balance 20100102030405060708090100toe/RMMillion(at2000prices)Final Energy Intensity Industrial Energy Intensity0.000.020.040.060.080.100.120.140.160.180.20199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010GWh/RMMillion(at2000prices)Electricity IntensityElectricity intensitystabilised
  3. 3. National Energy Policy (1979)6Supply Objective: Ensure the provision ofadequate, secure and cost-effective energysupply.Utilization Objective: Promote efficientutilization of energy and eliminate wastefuland non-productive patterns of energyconsumptionEnvironmental Objective: Minimizenegative impacts of energy production,transportation, conversion, utilization andconsumption on the environment.
  4. 4. 7EE Regulatory Framework Electricity Supply (Amendment) 2001-Act A1116 Empowers the Minister to promote the efficient use ofelectricity(Section 23A, 23B & 23C) Determine efficiency standards; Installation to meet efficiency requirements; and Equipment to meet efficiency requirements Efficient Management of Electrical Energy Regulations2008 Requires installations consuming 3 million kWh or more over a 6-month period to engage a registered energy manager to: analyse total consumption of electrical energy; advise on the development and implementation of measures to ensure efficientmanagement of electrical energy; and
  5. 5. Current Development on EE RegulatoryFramework The amendment of Electricity Supply Regulations 1994 to enable theenforcement of the Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) onelectrical appliances and lighting equipment (incandescent, CFL & LED). The MEPS will phase-out inefficient incandescent bulbs (below 20lumens/Watt) by 2014.
  6. 6. Green Technology Fund Scheme(GTFS) Initial RM1.5 billion fund shared by government and banks to improve the supply andutilization of green technologies in Malaysia 2% subsidized interest rate of the total interest/profit rate Any technology that suitable for the identified project criteria provided it is a proventechnologyFEATURES PRODUCER OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY USER OF GREEN TECHNOLOGYFinancing size Maximum: RM50 million per companyMaximum: RM10 million percompanyFinancing tenure Up to 15 years Up to 10 yearsEligibility criteriaLegally registered Malaysian -ownedcompanies (at least 51%) in alleconomic sectorsLegally registered Malaysian -owned companies (at least70%) in all economic sectorwww.gtfs.my
  7. 7. Fiscal Incentives For EE & REProjects And Products• Introduced by the government to promoteEE & RE• Companies implementing EE measures intheir premises (…2015) Investment Tax Allowance Accelerated capital allowance import duty exemption sales tax exemption GBI Certified Buildings(…2014) Energy Efficient Products(…2012) import duty exemption sales tax exemption Implementing Agencies: MIDA – Business & Other ServicesDivision(Application) Energy Commission(Technical assessment)www.kettha.gov.mywww.st.gov.my
  8. 8. Incentives Energy EfficiencyProjects & ProductsCompanies Providing EnergyConservation Services (ESCO)Companies Incurring CAPEX ForConserving Energy For OwnConsumption Pioneer Status Investment TaxAllowance Import duty and salestax exemption Investment Tax Allowance Import duty and sales taxexemptionImporters – exemption ofimport duties& sales tax forproductsLocally manufacturedproducts-exemption ofsales tax
  9. 9. Green BuildingsOwners Of Buildings AwardedWith The GBI Certificate Buyers Of Buildings AndResidential Properties AwardedWith The GBI Certificates BoughtFrom Real Property DevelopersTax exemptionequivalent to 100% ofthe additional capitalexpenditure incurredto obtain the GBICertificate Stamp duty exemption oninstrument of transfer ofownership of such building. Amount of stamp dutyexemption is on theadditional cost incurred andis given only once to the firstowner of the building13
  10. 10. Energy –Efficient Buildings: Demonstration ProjectsBuilding Targeted BEILow Energy Office (LEO) – MEGTCCompleted in 2004100kWh/m2/yrGreen Energy Office (GEO) - MGTCCompleted in 2008Certified rating (GBI)65kWh/m2/yrDiamond Building – EnergyCommissionCompleted in 2010Platinum rating (Green Mark & GBI)85kWh/m2/yr
  11. 11. Energy-Efficient Equipment: Rating And Labeling Refrigerator Wall mounted split unit airconditioner Domestic fans (standing,ceiling, table) TelevisionThe list is available atwww.st.gov.my
  12. 12. 2011 TOTAL TARGETENERGY SAVINGS127.3GWhType ofAppliancesFridges Air -ConditionersChillersAllocationTarget # ofUnits100,000units65,000 units 72,000RTOfferedRebatesPer UnitRM200 RM100 RM200TotalBudgetRM20mil RM6.5mil RM14.4mil2011TargetSavings1Energy 24.9GWh 48.75GWh 53.6GWhCost RM5.4mil RM10.6mil RM16.8milCO2(tons/year)17,181 33,638 36,992EstimatedLifetimeSavings2RM38mil RM74.4mil RM252milExpected Total Energy Savings2 : 1,319.6GWh (equivalent to RM364.2mil)SAVEProgram1 Target energy and cost savings atcurrent tariff rate2 Lifetime saving for fridge and airconditioner in 7 years; for chillers in15 years
  13. 13. Adaptation from US Dept. of Energy, Measurement & Verification Guidelines, Version 3.0,time(year)Electricity BillDuring EPC contractperiodLower ElectricityBillAfter EPC ContractperiodElectricitybill savedBefore EPC ContractPeriodElectricity billbefore EPCimplementationPayment toESCOGovernment’sSavingsSaving forGovernmentBaselineLowerElectricity BillSaving forGovernmentEPC Saving Mechanism
  14. 14.  NEEMP’s main objective is to enhance the nation’s energyefficiency & conservation initiatives over a 10-year period. NEEMP is focused on the industrial sector, buildings andequipment . NEEMP’s targets are:Targets Short(3rd Year)Medium(6th Year)Long/Total(10th Year)Electricity Savings(GWh)2,774 14,840 50,594Monetary Savings(RM Mill)832 4,373 14,627Electricity consumptionreduction (%) 1.3 3.4 5.6
  15. 15. Programs Plant andProcessesIndustrialTechnologiesHigh EfficientMotorsCogenerationPolicy Tools Incentives(Soft loans)Incentives(Grant)Incentives(Cash rebates)RegulatoryAwareness Awareness MEPS AwarenessAwarenessPublic Fund(RM, Mill)401 295 2 0Private Fund(RM, Mill)2,649 570 174 750ElectricitySavings(GWh)22,388 4,950 934 3,675
  16. 16. Programs Govt Buildings CommercialBuildingsNew BuildingsPolicy Tools Incentives(Financial)Incentives( Financial & Tax)Building Codes(MS1525)Awareness Awareness AwarenessPublic Fund(RM, Mill)69 127 5Private Fund(RM, Mill)235 589 1,260Electricity Savings(GWh)2,038 3,914 932
  17. 17. Programs EE Refrigerators EE Lightings EE Air-ConditionersEE FansPolicy Tools MEPS MEPS MEPS MEPSLabeling Labeling Labeling LabelingIncentives(Cash Rebates)Incentives(Cash Rebates)Incentives(CashRebates)Awareness Awareness Awareness AwarenessPublic Fund(RM, Mill)50 2 19 17Private Fund(RM, Mill)1,118 127 1,294 751ElectricitySavings(GWh)2,079 3,056 5,983 645
  18. 18. THANK YOU!

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