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ENERGY
MANAGEMENT
Workshop

Objective

 Learn about 3 main aspects of Energy Management which is Energy Efficiency, Energy Conservation and TNB Tariff
 Learn to identify overall energy losses in your facility by doing Energy Audit.
 Understand TNB Tariffs, type of charges and maximum demand as this will help to reduce power consumption in your
facility.
 Learn how to conserve energy for Air Conditioning System by understanding it’s function and to cut cooling cost
 Learn how to improve Motor and AC Variable Speed Drive’s efficiency to increase reliability and energy efficiency
 Understand the Lighting requirements as approved by SIRIM to enhance your energy saving opportunities
and many more….

Who should Attend








Facility Manager/Engineer/Head
Equipment Manager/Engineer/Head
Mechanical/Electrical Manager/Engineer/Head
Technical Manager/Engineer/Head, Chargeman
Plant/Factory Manager/Engineer/Head
Maintenance Manager/Engineer/Head
Anybody who is interested in saving energy , reducing cost and increase efficiency

Speaker’s Profile
P. Kumaran graduated from the University of
Northumbria in Newcastle with a Degree in
Mechanical
Engineering,
and
Electrical
Engineering. He has a Professional Certificate in
Energy Management & Society of Engineers
Part 1 & 2 (Electrical Eng).
P. Kumaran has 25 years of experience in
various positions as a supervisor & training
officer at Motorola, electronic engineer in
Philips Semiconductor, unit section manager at
Giant Hypermarket in southern region &
Lecturer at Institute Technology Negeri.

20 CCD points approved by
CIDB
CIDBWP/C/2011/0063

As a training officer, he conducted in house
technical courses at Motorola, Electrical
Safety courses - Energy Management on
Compressors for Rohm Electronic Kelantan &
short courses at Philips Semiconductor.
His focus is on Energy related subjects. He
analyzes and provides solutions to optimize
electricity usage to factories, hotels,
apartments, power stations and etc.

8 CPD Hours approved by
Energy Commission

Pre-conditions:- Delegates are
required to bring their own
calculator and Electricity Bill

DAY1

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8.30am Registration & Light Breakfast
9.00am Course begin
1.0 What is Energy Management?
1.1 Main aspects of Energy Management
1.2 Why Energy Management

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2.0 Fundamental Of Energy Audit Technique
2.1 Overview
2.2 What is an Energy Audit and it’s purpose.
2.3 Energy Audit Process
2.4 Types of measuring instruments and it’s functions
2.5 In house Energy Audit exercise – preparation of Energy
Audit Checklist

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12.30pm Lunch
02.30pm Course Resume
3.0 Energy Audit Measurement
3.1 Why need measurement and the need for practical
measurement
3.2 What data needs to be measured
3.3 Brief explanation on energy audit instruments
* Instrument accuracy, reliability, installation,
measurement ranges
3.4 Types of measuring instruments
4.0 Understanding and Minimizing your Electricity bills
4.1 Understanding our TNB Tariff structure
4.2 Maximum Demand and types of charges
* Over view
* Understanding Electricity Bill - Max. Demand Charges
* Effect of Electric Motor starting on Max.
Demand
* Demand & Energy Management system
4.3 Activity Based Exercises
5.0 Air conditioning system
5.1 Fundamental Principle
5.2 Components of refrigeration
5.2 Types of Air Conditioning systems and its components:
* Split units
* Package Units
* Centralized Units
5.3 Characteristics of Chiller, Air Handling Unit (AHU) and
Cooling Tower.
5.4 Energy saving opportunities on AC Systems: - Identifying
energy wastage areas.
5.4 Activity Based Exercises
5.00pm End of day 1

DAY2
8.30am Registration & Light Breakfast
9.00am Course begin
6.0 Motors & Variable Speed Drives
6.1 Motors & its operation Principle
6.2 Motors Types and its functions
6.3 Types of Motor Losses – Copper, Iron, Friction &
Windage losses
6.4 High Efficiency motors and life span
6.5 Energy saving opportunities in Motors
6.6 Activity Based Exercises
12.30pm Lunch

TEL
FAX
Email

:+603-5621 3630
:+603-5621 7790
: luqman.mustapha@comfori.com

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H
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01.30pm Course Resume
7.0 Compressed Air System
7.1 Advantages of Compressed air systems and its
characteristics
7.2 Pneumatic system equipment
7.3 Compressor types and its operation
7.4 Estimating Compressor Energy usage
7.5 Energy saving opportunities
7.6 Activity Based Exercises
8.0 Lighting – Energy saving opportunities
8.1 Understanding Lighting terminology
8.2 Source of lighting
8.3 Lighting requirement and light density for
various work places
8.4 Ballast – conventional and electronic
8.5 Energy saving opportunities
8.6 Activity Based Exercises

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9.0 Energy Management Strategic Plan
9.1 Some assignments/group discussions and
activity based exercises.

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10.0 Energy Monitoring, Control & Reporting
10.1Some assignments/group discussions and
activity based exercises

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5.00pm End of Course

LUQMAN HAKIM
SAM SENIOR EXECUTIVE

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