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  1. 1. Establishment of a Sustainable Energy Management System<br />Pierre Cazelles<br />Regional Project Advisor - AEMAS<br />Director Partnerships Asia, International Copper Association<br />AEMAS Launching Conference, Kuala Lumpur, 19 July 2011<br />
  2. 2. About International Copper Association<br />International non-profit organization<br />Leading organization for promoting copper worldwide<br />Operating budget (including co-funding): $80 M – 2010<br />31 offices in 24 countries on 6 continents<br />10 offices in Europe, offices in India, Singapore, Thailand, China, Japan, Australia<br />Most important program: sustainable electrical energy (60% of total budget): electric motors, energy management, transformers, solar water heating, RE, etc.<br />
  3. 3. 1. Status of Energy Management<br />Background<br />
  4. 4. 1. Status of Energy Management<br />Barrier analysis<br /><ul><li> Energy usually represents 5% of total production cost: improving EE by 10% has little impact on total cost savings </li></ul>Cost savings is NOT a driver<br /><ul><li> The “traditional” energy manager is a technical person with little if no decision power when it comes to securing budget</li></ul>Lack of management commitment<br />Little managerial skills in-house<br /><ul><li> All training courses on energy management focus on the technical aspects: no training curriculum on the MANAGEMENT aspects</li></li></ul><li>1. Status of Energy Management<br />Without a proper Energy Management System, there is no sustainability in EE measures implemented.<br />
  5. 5. 1. Status of Energy Management<br />Preliminary conclusions<br /><ul><li>Absence of energy management system makes efforts in EE not sustainable
  6. 6. Lack of managerial skills and decision-power among “energy managers”
  7. 7. Lack of interest for EE and EnMgt among industries</li></li></ul><li>2. ISO 50001<br />Recently published<br />“ISO 50001:2011 specifies requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an energy management system, whose purpose is to enable an organization to follow a systematic approach in achieving continual improvement of energy performance, including energy efficiency, energy use and consumption.”<br />
  8. 8. 2. ISO 50001 – draft version<br />
  9. 9. 2. ISO 50001 pros and limitations<br />Pros<br />+ ISO’s reputation will encourage many industries to adopt ISO 50001 to gain better public image<br />+ ISO 50001 standard provides detailed specifications on the elements of an Energy Management System<br />Limitations<br /><ul><li>No guidelines on HOW to establish and manage the EnMgt system: rely on external consultants?
  10. 10. “ISO 50001:2011 does not prescribe specific performance criteria with respect to energy.”:
  11. 11. No requirements on energy efficiency improvements
  12. 12. No requirements related to budget and investment
  13. 13. “ISO 50001:2011 is applicable to any organization wishing to ensure that it conforms to its stated energy policy and wishing to demonstrate this to others, such conformity being confirmed either by means of self-evaluation and self-declaration of conformity, or by certification of the energy management system by an external organization.</li></li></ul><li>3. Energy Management Gold Standard<br />“System of certification based on excellence in energy management”<br />Training and certification of Energy Managers<br />Certification of companies<br /><ul><li> Training curriculum focused EXCLUSIVELY on managerial aspects: how to establish and manage and EnMgt system
  14. 14. Two levels of certification: Certified EnMer and Professional EnMer
  15. 15. Based on ISO 50001 with additional requirements
  16. 16. Three levels of certification to progressively drive towards EnMgt best practices</li></li></ul><li>3.1 Approach to EnMgt<br />Report to<br />Management Board<br />Certified Energy Manager<br />Report to<br />Technical team<br />
  17. 17. 3.2 Certification of Energy Managers<br />Empowers industries with in-house capabilities to establish and manage the EnMgt system<br />Enhances the professional standing of Energy Managers<br />Training curriculum based on 220-page Energy Management Workbook:<br /><ul><li> Role of the energy manager
  18. 18. How to define the energy policy
  19. 19. How to appraise the energy management performance
  20. 20. How to set up and manage: energy baseline, EEI, Energy Accounting Centers, Energy Management Committee, Energy Management Working Procedures, Investment Appraisal for Energy Efficiency Projects, Human Resource Development in Energy Management System, Documentation in Energy Management System
  21. 21. How to establish Energy Target & Plan, including organizing Energy Audit & Analysis, Measurement & Verification
  22. 22. How to integrate the Energy Management System into Business Practice (working ,monitoring and reporting procedures, other management standards, …)
  23. 23. Project management and investment
  24. 24. Energy Management performance review</li></li></ul><li>3.2 Certification process<br />Minimum qualifications:<br />Bachelor degree or higher in any field with:<br /> - At least 5 years of working experience in factories and/or buildings; and<br /> - At least 2 years of working experience in a supervisory and/ or managerial role.<br />Or higher vocational certification or higher with:<br /> - At least 7 years of working experience in factories and/or buildings and<br /> - At least 4 years of working experience in a supervisory and/ or managerial role.<br />Training and Test (Compulsory)<br />Application & Qualification Assessment<br />Certified Energy Manager / CEM<br />New candidates with minimum qualifications<br />Successfully implement a sustainable EMGt system<br />Submit 2 IEMP/ Interview before panel<br />Professional Energy Manager / PEM<br />
  25. 25. Certificate #:<br />Certified Energy Manager<br />SAMPLE<br />This Certificate is awarded to<br />In recognition of his/her fulfillment of all the obligations under the<br />ASEAN Energy Management Scheme (AEMAS)<br />Mr. Man Hung<br />Director, ASEAN Centre for Energy<br /><Name><br /><Position>, <Orga. Name><br />AEMAS is co-funded by the European Union<br />Country Coord. Logo<br />
  26. 26. 3.3 Certification of companies<br /> EnMgt System in place according to ISO 50001<br />+ Certified Energy Manager (CEM)<br />+ Motivation plan for the personal involved in the EnMgt system<br />+ Budget allocated for investment in EE measures<br />+ Procurement policies and internal investment criteria “EE-friendly”<br />Validity: 2 years<br /><ul><li> Cannot be renewed: obligation to achieve 2 star
  27. 27. In case 2-star certification cannot be achieved within 2 years, the 1-star certificate is withdrawn.
  28. 28. Companies can re-apply for 1-star after 3 years minimum from the date of withdrawal
  29. 29. Companies can apply directly for 2-star anytime.</li></li></ul><li>3.3 Certification of companies<br />Same as 1 star + (either one of the following):<br /> Overall EEI improves by 5% (over 2 years)<br /> Overall energy consumption decreases by 5%<br /> EEI improves by 1% on year-on-year basis over past 3 years<br /> 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<br /> 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)<br /> Fuel-switching project implemented (using NG or RE)<br /> Projects involving self-generation of electricity implemented<br /> One RE project implemented<br /> Investment in 5 new EE technologies<br />Validity: 2 years<br /><ul><li> Renewal gives 3 stars
  30. 30. If cannot be renewed: downgrading to 1-star (if criteria met) with only 1 year validity</li></li></ul><li>3.3 Certification of companies<br />Open only for 2-star certified companies<br />Same criteria as for 2-star + Energy Manager must be PEM (not CEM), i.e. renewal of 2-star provides 3-star<br />Rationale: a company who can meet 2-star certification 2 times in a row, that is over 3-4 years, demonstrate their sustainable and pro-active approach to EnMgt. The 3-star aims to convey this message.<br /><ul><li> Validity of 3-star: 2 years
  31. 31. Renewal confirms sustainability
  32. 32. In case a company cannot renew, it is downgraded to 1-star (if criteria are met), with 1-year validity only.</li></li></ul><li>3.4 Energy Management Gold Standard vs. ISO 50001<br />ISO 50001<br /><br /><br />Corporate energy policy<br /><br /><br />Energy Management system in place and documented<br /><br /><br />Trained and certified energy manager<br /><br /><br />Motivation<br /><br /><br />Budget management<br /><br />Demonstration of budget spending<br /><br />Demonstration of EE measures implementation<br /><br />Verified improvement of EEI<br />Energy Management System in place, budget allocated<br />Real EE improvement; Energy Management System is sustainable<br />
  33. 33. 4. Summary<br />Are you aiming at achieving best practices in energy management to save cost on continuous basis?<br /><ul><li>have your energy manager attend AEMAS training</li></ul>Are you aiming at being recognized as a top performer in energy management?<br /><ul><li>have your company certified under the Energy Management Gold Standard</li></li></ul><li>Thank you for your attention<br />Pierre Cazelles<br />Director – Partnerships Asia<br />International Copper Association<br />Room 1205, 12F, Canway Bldg<br />66 Nan Li Shi Rd.<br />100045 Beijing China<br />Tel: (86) 159-0100-7376<br />Email:<br /><br />Disclaimer:<br />This document has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of the authors and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.<br />