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Energy saving audit project( mgtc)

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Energy saving audit project( mgtc)

  1. 1. Energy‐Saving Audit Projectin MalaysiaJAPAN EXTERNAL TRADEORGANIZATION (JETRO)Satoshi Kubota, Abubakar Rasol, Daisuke Arai,Yuki Kyozuka June,2011
  2. 2. Overview1. Background2. About Energy-Saving Audit Project3. Process4. Model Company5. Request for MGTC6. Ending
  3. 3. 1.Background 1.Needs (1)Malaysia ~ National Green Technology Policy (From July-2009~) (2)Japan ~ International Cooperation ~ Technology Transfer
  4. 4. 1.Background 2.Potential Energy efficiency saving potentials identified in MIEEIP (Malaysia Energy Efficiency Improvement Program) GLASS, 4.0% CERAMIC, 6.0% PULP&PAPERS, RUBBER, 6.3% 31.4% IRON&STEEL, 10.5% CEMENT, 13.4% FOOD, 14.5% WOOD, 14.0% Source: MIEEIP Final Completion Report, PTM,2007
  5. 5. 2.About Energy‐Saving Audit Project1. Purpose (1) Implement more high level energy-saving to model company. (2) Share energy-saving technology in Malaysia.
  6. 6. Energy-Saving HeatTechnology e.g. shielding Monitor energy consumption on the Web Factory Energy Management System(FEMS) Exhaust Gas turbine cogeneration system steam Heat shield painting Exhaust steam heat exchanger Purchased Fuel for in-house Lighting and electricity power generation office equipment Steam Warm water Recovery trap tank Drain recovery Cold waterExhaust heat recovery System Factory energy that can be saved Highly-efficient lighting ・Inverter fluorescent light ・Highly-efficient mercury lamp ・LED lightingEnergy recovery bymicro-hydro system Boiler and Air conditioning Power furnace and freezing Commercial electricity supply Frequency command Inverter Rotation speed: 70-100% InverterCooling control unitwater Inverter air Temperature sensor Turbo freezer conditioning Heat-retention by insulator Water recycling Introduction and utilization of inverter
  7. 7. Report e.g. Plant & Proposal Investment Field of Improvement Savings in CO2 Emission Group US$/y Reduction t/y 1. Flow Meter Installation B Cost & Energy Management - - 2. Boiler blow down heat recovery (Case 1) B Energy saving 6.042 38,5 3. Economizer Installation C Energy saving 52.777 335,1 4. Steam Main Line Layout C Steam system reliability & Maintenance - - 5. Proper Trapping of the Steam Main Line C Steam system reliability & Maintenance - - 6. Support of Steam Main Line C Steam system reliability & Maintenance - - 7. Air venting of the Steam Main Line C Steam system reliability & Maintenance - - 8. Steam leaks in the Steam Main Line B Energy saving 114.473 730,4 9. Clean Hot Water Generation B Product Quality & Maintenance - - 10. Steam Separators B Product Quality - - 11. Proper Trapping of Scalders B Energy saving & Reliability 19.533 124,6 12. Proper Trapping of Horno Fessmann B Productivity & Reliability - - 13. Stall at Air condition Heat exchanger A Productivity & Reliability - - 14. Long-lasting energy efficient steam traps B Energy saving, Maintenance - - Total 192,.825 1.228,6
  8. 8. 2.About Energy‐Saving Audit Project CHILE CHINA MEXICO MEXICO Period 2009 2010 2008-2009 2011 Field Food Water Treatment Steel Chemical Number of companies 3 2 3 3 Total CO2-Savings 15.1 46.6 38.5 6.7 (1,000 Ton / Year) Total Cost-Savings 2.5 20.4 53.7 1.1 (Million MR / Year) Source: Each Project Report, J-file(http://www.jetro.go.jp/world/), Applied 5-May-2011 currency rate
  9. 9. 2.About Energy‐Saving Audit Project Japanese Cooperation Technology and Support of from Malaysian know-how JETRO and Company MGTC Development of Green Technology in Malaysia
  10. 10. 3.Process 1. Select model companies 2. Decide specialist 3. Field survey 4. Proposal 5. Feedback seminar
  11. 11. 4.Model Company1. Merits (1) Grasp the hidden energy-savings potential in the plant (2) Share the solutions using advanced technology and technique (3) Complement energy-savings by no cost proposal Moreover…the audit fee is free!
  12. 12. 4.Model Company2. Conditions (1) Target field : Processed food, beverage (2) Number of companies : 2~3 (1 plant per 1 company) (3) Scale : Having a large scale and energy consuming factory (4) Other: completely cooperative for an audit and a feedback seminar
  13. 13. 5.Request for MGTC 1. Suggest a recommendation of 2-3 model company. 2.Cooperating in feedback seminars. 3. Linking the Energy-Saving Audit project to GTFS.(Green Technology Financing Scheme)
  14. 14. 6.Ending Thank you for listening our presentation. I’m available for any questions you may have.

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