Malaysia Sustainable Energy Association Draft Version 2.0 Prepared by Daniel for Group Consideration
The Vision & Mission MISSION 1. Establish an RE Eco-System VISION for all players 2. As a unify voices with the government & society“Promotion of RE/EE 3. Assist Malaysia RE/EE for public adoption enterprise in improving their quality and standardby the RE/EE industry 4. Create commercial players – to meet opportunity via industry research, match-making national energy and events demand” 5. Educate the public on RE, as a better option compare to Nuclear Power Plant
Objectives O To reflect the true cost of electricity in the Malaysian energy market by supporting the removal of subsidies to natural gas for power generation and fuel subsidies for gasoline and diesel in all situations. This will enhance the financial viability of energy efficiency and renewable energy. O To support sound policies that enhance energy efficiency, vehicle fuel economy standards, reduction in vehicle miles traveled, and other measures as the nation transitions from a net oil exporter to a net importer. O To ensure that any new electric planned power capacity additions accurately address the true cost of capital, operations, and potential liabilities due to upsets and decommissioning and that the economics new generation capacity is fully disclosed to the public. Full disclosure will allow stakeholders to provide meaningful input to the process and result in a more technically and economically sound outcome. O To open up the transmission grid and implement an open marketplace for electricity, whereby small, medium, large electricity generators can sell power to the grid if this power meets quality requirements and is above an established market price referent. O To develop a regulatory, permitting, and engineering infrastructure in the building industry whereby minimum energy standards for all new construction, renovations, and modifications meet strict energy building codes. Minimum energy standards for industrial applications would also be covered under this provision.As Proposed by Alan Sandosam
The Business Model Value Proposition 1. RE Enterprise collaboration for RE Industry 2. Improve quality & standard 3. Educate the public on RE potential 4. Influence & shape the RE Eco-system 5. RE Promotion & Events 6. Industry R&D 7. Position RE as an important energy component of Malaysia Energy Mix
The Business Model Customer Channels Segments Customer Relationships Marketing1. RE Enterprise2. Universities & Academics Communication –3. Industry Professional Online/Social Media Secretariat Team4. Industrial & Property Universities & Colleges Industry Members Event Organizer Partnering with other5. Non-Profit Association6. Industry Professional association Association – IEM Board, Industry Dialogue Green Building Public Media – Niche &7. Government Body/Agencies Mass8. Energy Utilities Company
The Business Model Key Partnership Key Resources 1. Industry Association Key Activities 2. RE Enterprise1. Financial – CAPEX/OPEX 3. Universities2. Knowledge from Members 4. Schools3. Networks of Contacts 1. RE Industry Events 5. Media Owner4. CRM System + database 2. RE Public Events 6. Banks & Gov Financial Inst.5. Manpower 3. RE for Universities/Schools 7. RoS & Malaysia6. External Vendors 4. RE Industry Report Cooperation Agency7. Compliance 5. RE Newsletter/Directory 6. RE Gov Dialogue
The Business Model Cost Structures Revenue Streams 1. Enterprise Membership1. Association Establishment 2. Individual Membership 2. Office 3. Academic Membership 3. Website 4. GLC/MNC Sponsor – RE 4. Manpower Education Funds 5. Trade Communications 5. RE Industry Research Report 6. Public Communications 6. RE Cooperation – Create Funds 7. Meeting Venues for RE Adoption (industry &8. Events Marketing & MICE consumer)
Malaysia RE Framework RE for Governmental Relations RE for Public Relations Central | North | South | East Coast | Sabah | Sarawak Energy Efficiency Mgt. RE Innovation + R&D Energy Conservation GeoThermal RE Smart Building Tidal/Sea RE BioMass RE Smart Grid Hydro RE Wind RESolar RE Association Funds | Trust | Cooperations Members | Vision | Mission | Direction
Cost + Investment Initial Capital Operations Key Competitive Areas Association Formation Secretariat Team RE Industry Research Association Office Gov Liaison Assist University in their RE research Fund Raising RE Ent. Liaison Information Dissemination Membership Drive Education Liaison SponsorshipsCommunication - Website Compliance Assoc. Resident Experts Registration CRM + KM RE Industry Training & Development Meeting Place Training + Events RE Credential Support e.g. Certification
Roles of NGO on EnergyNo. Acrony Full name Org.Type Comment m1 ASM Akademi Sains Malaysia Academic Non-conflict, seek collaboration to support their Research research work and translate their material into public domain understanding.2 CETDE Centre for Environment, Non-Profit Some over-lap, but it’s a non-industry M Technology, and Assoc. representation. Limited to 50 members. Has it Development Malaysia limitation as their collective voice is insufficient.3 CETREE Centre For Education, Academic Non-conflict, seek collaboration to support their Training And Research In Research research work and translate their material into Renewable Energy And public domain understanding. Energy Efficiency (USM, Penang)4 EC (ST) Energy Commission Gov. Seek collaboration to influence policies for (Suruhanjaya Tenaga) RE+EE5 ECOM Energy Council of Malaysia Gov. Seek collaboration to influence policies for RE+EE6 FMM Federation of Malaysian Non-Profit Their focus is on supporting the manufacturing Manufactuerers (Energy & Assoc industry. RE+EE can assist in their adoption by Utility Committee) providing free talks and match making of the enterprise that we represent.
Roles of NGO on EnergyNo. Acrony Full name Org.Type Comment m7 ICEM Institution of Certified Professional Seek collaboration – invited independent chair. Engineers Malaysia Assoc.8 IEM Institution of Engineers Professional Seek collaboration – invited independent chair. Malaysia Assoc.9 IEPRe, Institute of Energy Policy and Academic Non-conflict, seek collaboration to support their Research, UNITEN Research research work and translate their material into public domain understanding.10 MAESC Malaysian Association of Non-Profit Overlap on EE areas. We can play a part in O ESCOs Assoc. complimentary role.11 MGA Malaysian Gas Association Non-Profit No overlap. Require further exploration before Assoc. engagement for collaboration.12 MEPA Malaysian Energy Non-Profit Overlap in EE Areas. We can play a part in Professionals Association Assoc. complimentary role.13 MGTC Malaysia Green Technology Gov. It’s part of UN project and MEPA. Partially Corporation (Previously PTM funded & supported by Government. – Pusat Tenaga Malaysia)14 MPIA Malaysian Photovoltaic Non-Profit RE focus only in Solar BIPV. Some overlap. Industry Association Assoc.
Roles of NGO on EnergyNo. Acrony Full name Org.Type Comment m15 MPOA Malaysia Palm Oil Non-Profit Non-overlap. RE+EE can provide assistance in Association Assoc. BioMass to Energy.16 MPOB Malaysia Palm Oil Board Non-Profit Non-overlap. RE+EE can provide assistance in Assoc. BioMass to Energy.17 MPOC Malaysia Palm Oil Council Non-Profit Non-overlap. RE+EE can provide assistance in Assoc. BioMass to Energy.18 POMA Palm Oil Millers Association Non-Profit Non-overlap. RE+EE can provide assistance in Assoc. BioMass to Energy.19 MOSTI Renewable Energy Task Gov. RE+EE need to influence their policies. RE T/F Force at MOSTI (Chaired by Dy. Minister MOSTI)20 SEDA Sustainable Energy Gov. RE+EE need to influence their policies. Development Authority21 SERI Sustainable Energy Research Academic Non-conflict, seek collaboration to support their Institute (UKM) Research research work and translate their material into public domain understanding.
Key CriteriaO Minimum 12 members/committeeO Provide documentation - RoSO Vision, Roles & Key ActivitiesO Society Identity