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A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO ENERGY MANAGEMENT
& COST SAVING STRATEGIES
FOR BUILDINGS & FACTORIES
DATE : 30 & 31 MAY 2011
VENUE: GRAND DORSETT SUBANG HOTEL

WORKSHOP

overview

This is an essential course on energy
management and cost-saving strategies
specially designed for buildings and factories
in Malaysia. It provides very practical and
extensive knowledge on energy conservation
which
involves
energy
audits
and
management involving employees in energy
management programs.
It particularly features how the design of an air
conditioning system could affect energy cost
in various aspects. These include the effects of
design parameters on operating costs and
also how operating parameters could affect
energy costs.

WHO

should attend?

Personnel who are directly or indirectly involved in
energy audit and management programs. These
include:










Building, Estate Managers and Executives
Commercial building developers
Building Maintenance Manager/Engineers
Mechanical Supervisors & Electrical
Foremen
Building Management Contractors
M & E Contractors / Complex Consultants
Academic staff in Universities/Colleges
Energy & Facilities Managers with
Governments & Private Sectors
Building Services Engineers & related
professionals

www.comfori.com

Besides,
the
importance
of
service
maintenance will also be included. Energy
conservations for lighting systems and
electrical systems and efficient operation of
electrical equipment are also sufficiently
covered. All in all, this is a comprehensive
course that provides the most fundamental
technical and management knowledge for
practical application.

SPEAKER’S

PROFILE

Ir.Chua Keng Seng
B.E. (Hons), MIEM, P.Eng.,MASHRAE. MMIM. CPP

Ir.
Chua
Keng
Seng,
B.E.
(Hons),
MIEM,
P.Eng.,MASHRAE. MMIM. CPP. Graduated from the
University of Malaya in 1974. Qualified as a
Professional Engineer, he worked with Carrier Malaysia
Sdn. Bhd., first as the Service Manager and then as
the Engineering Manager for about 10 years. He has
wide experience in the design, installation, and
trouble shooting on various types of air conditioning
systems. He was also involved with project design and
management of large capacity District Cooling Plant
in Putrajaya consisting of gas turbine co-generation,
absorption chillers and direct gas fired chillers.
Mr. Chua has also been involved in many training
programs. He lectured air conditioning design in the
Mechanical Faculty of Malaya from 1978 to 1985.
Besides he had been invited to deliver lectures and
presentations in the University Technology Malaysia,
University Technology Petronas, Public Seminars, and
Institute of Engineers Malaysia, and conduct in-house
trainings for some Corporate Companies.

www.comfori.com

A PRACTICAL APPROACHTOENERGYMANAGEMENT&COSTSAVINGSTRATEGIES
FORBUILDINGS&FACTORIES

WORKSHOP OUTLINE
DAY 1
1.

2.

3.

ENERGY CONSERVATION AND COST SAVING STRATEGIES FOR
NEW AND EXISTING BUILDINGS
Energy usage in Buildings
Energy Audits and Management of Energy Usage
Involving Employees in Energy Management Programs
HOW DOES AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM DESIGN AFFECT ENERGY
COSTS:
Effects of Design Parameters on Operating Costs
a. Indoor Temperatures
b. Indoor Humidity: Commercial/Industrial Applications
c. Amount of Fresh Air-Needed- Indoor Air Quality
Peak and Part Loads Performances
a. Single Compressor or Multi-Compressors
b. How to Avoid overcooling
c. Is reheating necessary?
Design Options:
a. Centralized verses Decentralized
b. Air-Cooled or Water-Cooled, which is more efficient?
c. Energy Consumption of Chilled Water & Direct
Expansion Systems
d. VRV Systems for better efficiency?
e. Zoning and controls for just the right amount of cooling
Optimization of the Air-Side System
a. What should be the design supply air temperature?
b. VAV/Constant Volume System
c. Is the exhaust system throwing away the cooling
capacity?
Optimization of the Chilled Water System
a. Temperature difference and flowrates
b. Energy saving using variable flow system
c. Primary/Secondary circuits design
Thermal Building Storage Systems
a. Building load profiles
b. Types of thermal storage systems: Chilled Storage, Ice
Storage
c. TES is energy saving of cost saving?
d. Chilled water storage for process cooling
Reheats Electrical, Hot Water, Heat Reclaimed
a. How to use refrigerant reheat to save energy
OPERATION OF THE AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEMS
How do operating parameters affects energy costs
a. Effects of the high-side pressure
b. Effects of the low-side pressure
Effects of Operating Chilled Water
a. Temperature on Energy Consumption
b. Constant verses Variable Chilled Water Supply
Temperatures

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DAY 2
- Optimal Performance of a Balanced System
a. Balancing of the Air Distribution System
b. Balancing of the Chilled Water System
- Part-Load Performance
a. Avoid Energy Wastage during Part-Load Operations
- Automated Controls for Energy Savings
a. Temperature Control Valves
b. Building Automation Systems
c. Energy Management Systems
4. IMPORTANCE OF SERVICE MAINTENANCE FOR ENERGY SAVINGS
- Effect of Fouling Up
- Coil Maintenance
- Air Filters
- Maintenance of Control Systems
- Maintenance Space
5. ENERGY CONSERVATION OF THE LIGHTING SYSTEMS
- Recommended Lighting Level
- Non Uniform Lighting Level
- Dimming Control
- Programmable Lighting Level Control
- Choice of Light Fitting
- Types of Lamps – Efficiencies of Lamps
- Electronic Ballast
- Energy Saving Bulbs
- Natural Daylight
- Switching Circuit Arrangement
6. ENERGY CONSERVATION OF THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
- Types of Tariff Structure
- Energy Losses of Transformers and Switchgears
- Underutilized Transformer Capacity
- How to Reduce Maximum Demand Charges
- Penalty of Charges for Low Power Factors
- Effects of Overvoltage
- Effects of Unbalanced Phase
7. EFFICIENT OPERATION OF THE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
- Electrical Motor Efficiencies
- Part Load Operation of Water Pumps and Chillers
- Right Size Pump Impellor for Energy Saving
- Variable Flow Pump for Energy Saving
- Energy Efficiencies of Different Types of Fans
- Energy Efficiencies of Fan Modulation Methods

A PRACTICALAPPROACHTOENERGYMANAGEMENT&COSTSAVINGSTRATEGIES

WORKSHOP VENUE
PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM AND FAX TO US
AT 03-5638 8248 (ATTN: INTAN SHARINA)
PARTICIPANTS INFORMATION
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POSITION:_________________________________________
EMAIL:____________________________________________
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COMPANY’S INFORMATION
ORGANIZATION

__________________________________________
APPROVING MANAGER
___________________________________________________
ADDRESS
___________________________________________________
___________________________________________________
___________________________________________________
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TEL NUMBER
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FAX NUMBER
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HR CONTACT PERSON
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SIGNATURE/COMPANY STAMP

GRAND DORSETT SUBANG HOTEL
Jalan SS12/1, 47500 Subang Jaya Selangor
Tel: 60-3-5031 6060
For reservation, please make your bookings directly with the hotel. To
enjoy special room rates, please quote Comfori’s workshop on:

EG016-A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO ENERGY MANAGEMENT &
COST SAVING STRATEGIES, 30&31 MAY 2011
Hotel bills are to be settled by delegates directly with the hotel. Hotel
reservations and travel arrangements are the responsibilities of the
registrant. Please note that room are available at first come serve basis.

WORKSHOP FEE
1 – 2 PAX

RM 2690/PAX

3 – 5 PAX

RM 2490/PAX

≥ 6 PAX

RM 2290/PAX

Please note that Certificate of Attendance will only be given
to the participants after payment received.

MODE OF PAYMENT
Cheque or bank draft in favour of:

COMFORI SDN BHD (581115-T)
E-02-03 East Wing, Subang Square Business Centre,
Jalan SS15/4G, 47500 Subang Jaya Selangor.
T: 60-3-5621 3630 F: 60-3-5638 8248 W: www.comfori.com
Payment Via:
Cheque by post/courier
Tele Transfer
Deposit Our Account (A/C No. : MBB 5123-5260-0832)

HRDF/ SBL CLAIMABLE
Please note that payments must be received within 7 days
upon issuance of invoice

TERMS & CONDITIONS
Cancellations & Substitutions. All cancellations must be made in writing at
least 14 days in advance, and COMFORI SDN. BHD. reserves the right to
charge a RM250 hotel booking fee. Cancellation less than 7 days will be
charged the full course fee. Substitutions are welcomed at anytime.
However, please inform us at least 1 day before for preparations of
necessary documents. Provided total fee has been paid, payment will be
credited towards the rescheduled dates or to a future program should
there be no substitution. No refunds are available for cancellations or
postponements. COMFORI SDN. BHD. reserves the right to cancel or
postpone the program due to unforeseen circumstances. COMFORI SDN.
BHD. reserves the right to modify or alter the advertised topics if
necessary. Certificate of Attendance will be given only after payment is
received. Clients who will pay after the event due to late registrations will
be required to submit a Letter of Undertaking as a payment guarantee.


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