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GREEN TECHNOLOGY & SMART GRID
Workshop

Overview

The recent Malaysian Government initiative on Green Technology provides an opportunity for engineers and scientists to
address the challenges of energy security and global warming effectively by developing innovative technology using ICT. The
present expectation is that this field will bring innovation and changes in daily life of similar magnitude to the "information
technology" explosion over the last two decades. In recent months, there has been increased attention to green technology and
smart grid for developing innovative solutions to energy efficiency, management and security to reduce carbon footprint. This
workshop highlights the role of green technology and smart grid for sustainable development and energy security for
developing nation.

Who should Attend
Departments:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)

Utility planning
Data Centre Operators
Corporate Communication
Electrical Industry
Facility department
ICT industry

Levels:
a)
b)
c)
d)

Design Engineers
Managers
Executives
Maintenance Engineers

Workshop Objective & Highlights:
Workshop methodology:
To identify and apply Green ICT best practices for
energy conservation and sustainable environment

Green ICT Survey

To design and develop technology and solutions for
the development of national smart grid through
innovative R & D.

RE & FIT policy discussion and analysis

To apply Green ICT metrics, measurements and
principles.

Q&A Session

To apply energy efficiency, smart solutions for energy
efficiency and demand side management.

EE & Smart Grid case studies

Education Background:

M V Chilukuri graduated with BEngg in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, MEngg in
Power Systems and Automation from the Andhra University, India and Phd in Electrical
Engineering from Multimedia University, Cyberjaya. Since Jan 2001, he is Lecturer at Faculty
of Engineering, Multimedia University, and Cyberjaya, Malaysia. His doctoral research work
on Power Quality studies is cited in more than 200 publications published in International
Journals and Conferences. His fields of interest are Power Quality, Condition Monitoring,
Distributed Generation and Smart Grid.

Industrial Experience:

He is Senior Member of IEEE-Power Engineering Society, Industrial Application Society,
Instrumentation and Measurement Society and Signal Processing Society, Member of
Malaysian National Committee of CIGRE (2005-08), CIRED and IET, UK. He is founding
member of Center for Electric Energy and Automation, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya,
2001-06. Currently, he is reviewer of IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, Signal Processing
and International Journal of Signal Processing of Elsevier (EURASIP).

He has conducted Tutorial on Power Quality at IEM, Kuala Lumpur, 2003 and TENCON,
Chiang Mai, 2004. He also gave seminars on Time-frequency Signal Processing at UKM, 2004,
TMRD, 2007 and several symposiums. Recently, he conducted tutorial on “Smart Grid
Communication Standards and Smart Metering” at IEEE International Conference on
Information Networking (ICOIN2011), Kuala Lumpur. He is conference organizing committee
member of ICSIPA2009, IEEE PECON03, IEEE PECON06 and CIGRE C6 Study Committee
Colloquium on “Rural Electrification for Socio-Economic Development”, May 2007. Also, he is
member of "Asia Pacific Regional Conference and Exhibition on Power Quality" organized by
CIRED Malaysia. He is member of IEEE PES & IAS Task Force on P1564 and UIE Working
Group on Voltage Sag Indices. Currently, he is MyREN Green Technology Research Group
Chair and MTSFB GREEN ICT M & M WG Leader.

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DAY1

DAY2

Session 1: Green Technology

Session 1: Smart Grid and Standard

a) Introduction
b) Definition
c) Policy
d) Objectives and National Goals
e) Green ECO-NOMICS
Learning outcome/objective:
To understand the green technology policy, prospects and
potential projects.
To apply Green ECO-Nomics

a) Definition & Objectives
b) NIST Smart Grid Model
c) Smart Grid Roadmap
d) Smart Grid Technology
e) IEEE Smart Grid Standards
Learning outcome/objective:
To define smart grid and determine smart grid
concept, model and architecture for sustainable and
secure energy.

Session 2: Green Buildings and GBI
a) Green Environments
b) Green Construction
c) Green Building Index
d) Green Cities
e) Green Communities
Learning outcome/objective: To understand green
technology applications for sustainable design and
development.

Session 3: Green ICT
a) Climate Saver Computing
b) Initiatives & Guidelines
c) Green Datacenters
d) Green ICT Metrics & Measurements
e) Green ICT Survey
Learning outcome/objective:
To identify initiatives and guidelines for sustainable
computing and business.
To determine and apply Green ICT metrics for performance
evaluation of industrial facilities.

Session 4: Renewable Energy
a) Malaysia RE Scenario
b) RE incentives
c) MBIPV Project
d) Feed-in-Tariff & Public Perception
e) Future Prospects
Learning outcome/objective:
To understand RE incentives, projects, feed-in-tariff and
apply them for sustainable co-generation.

Session 5: Energy Efficiency
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

Energy Efficiency Devices
Energy Conservation
Energy Audit & Goals
Energy Efficiency Metrics
Monitoring & Evaluation

LUQMAN HAKIM
SAM SENIOR EXECUTIVE
TEL
FAX
Email

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

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Session 2: Smart Metering
a) Definition
b) Function & features
c) Smart Meter Benefits & Market
d) Consumer Behavior
e) Energy Management
Learning outcome/objective: To determine smart
meter benefits for sustainable and secure energy
To develop energy management solutions using
smart meter for demand side management.

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Session 3: Smart Devices
a) Smart phone
b) Smart appliances
c) Smart office
d) Smart home
e) Smart community
Learning outcome/objective:
To determine the benefits of smart devices in
energy conservation and sustainability.
To develop smart solutions for energy conservation
and demand response at office and home using
smart devices.

Session 4: Demand Side Management
a) Electricity Demand & Supply
b) Electricity Pricing
c) Electricity Trading
d) Consumer Awareness
e) Demand Elasticity and Price Impact
Learning outcome/objective:
To understand the demand side management,
dynamic electricity pricing, consumer awareness
and demand elasticity.

Session 5: Smart Grid Case Studies
a) China Smart grid Project
b) European Smart Grid Project
c) Korean Smart Grid Project
d) Australian Smart A Project
e) Singapore Smart Grid Project
Learning outcome/objective:
To understand the various smart grid national
projects and their goals.
To identify technological solutions for development
of Malaysia Smart Grid project

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