SCEM-P: Energy Management & Economics

 

Next Course Date: 21- 23 May 2019

Administrative Details

Time: 9am - 6pm

Venue: 180 Kitchener Road, #06-10 City Square Mall Singapore 208539; Singapore Sustainability Academy

Contact: +65 - 6338 8578

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Course Summary

Engineering professionals who intend to build their careers as energy managers need to understand principles related to the management and economics of energy. This module covers the setting up of energy management systems (including an introduction to ISO 50001), the formation of the energy management team and the integration of energy management systems into business practice. Also covered are Singapore’s energy management policies and energy market tariff structure to enable better evaluation of supply contracts for reducing energy costs. Participants will also learn how to evaluate financial attractiveness of energy retrofit projects using simple payback, ROI, time value of money, etc and understand the various energy performance contracting models such as guaranteed savings and shared savings.

Course Objective

Participants will be equipped with the understanding of:

  1. Develop an energy management system
  2. Define roles and responsibilities of energy management team members
  3. Set up (or develop) energy policy, energy planning, procedure for evaluating performance of energy systems and energy performance review, documentation and communication processes
  4. Integrate energy management system into business practice
  5. Understand Singapore’s energy market tariff structure to enable better evaluation of supply contracts for reducing energy costs
  6. Evaluate financial attractiveness of energy retrofit projects
  7. Understand the various energy performance contracting models

Target Audience

  • Energy Managers
  • Management Representatives
  • Facilities/Energy Managers, Executives and Supervisors

Speaker

TAY Cher Seng is a registered professional engineer and has over 25 years of experience in the design, installation and operations of M&E installations in buildings. His current research interests are in waste heat recovery, thermal energy storage, and passive displacement cooling and green freeze refrigerants. In 2011, he won an ASEAN energy award for his work in recovering waste heat for hot water service. In 2012, He is named the BCA-SGBC Green Innovator of the year.