Energy Efficiency Summit

Venue: Bangkok

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Event Date/Time: Jul 12, 2011 End Date/Time: Jul 13, 2011
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Climate change has been in the global agenda since the “Earth Summit” in 1992. As population level is projected to increase from 6.5 billion to 8.3 billion by 2030, the world’s demand for energy will also increase by 53 percent (%) and thereby elevating global carbon emissions by 55% (Energy Saving Association). For this very reason, energy efficiency is today’s prime objective for energy policy at regional, national and international levels.

According to the International Energy Agency, improved energy efficiency in buildings, industrial processes and transportation could reduce the world's energy needs in 2050 by one third and help control global emissions of greenhouse gases.

Lovins' Rocky Mountain Institute points out that in industrial settings, "there are abundant opportunities to save 70% to 90% of the energy and cost for lighting, fan, and pump systems; 50% for electric motors; and 60% in areas such as heating, cooling, office equipment, and appliances." These savings can translate into millions in dollar sense for companies.

Energy Efficiency Summit aims to address the best practices in achieving energy savings and reducing operating costs while contributing to the environment.
Do not miss this conference to:

* Hear how others did it through real life case studies
* Gaining insights on the latest energy efficient technology
* Clearing your doubts on cost vs. ROI
* How else can you save more?
* Turning waste into useful resources

Confirmed Advisors:

* Therry Lefevre, Centre for Energy Environment Resources Development (CEERD), Director
* Phang Oy Cheng, PE Malaysia, Principal
* Chow Geh Tsung, Environmental Resources Management, Project Consultant

Key speakers:

* Dr. Pattaranan Takkanon, Committee Member, Thailand Green Building Institute (Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs Faculty of Architecture, Kasetsart University)
* Jeff Sheu, Engineering Operation Manager, Taipei 101
* Nelson Ho Senior Manager, Facilities Management Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, Director of Research and Immediate Past President, Hong Kong Institute of Facility Management
* Methis Sothorncharoensin,Chief Engineer, Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers
* Saeed Zaki, Managing Director, dwp Thailand
* Sridhar Dorai, Director of Engineering, Lonza Biologics Tuas Pte Ltd
* Dr. Thanakom Manthananon, Executive Director, Phayathai Sriracha Hospital
* Irene Yong, Associate Director, Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner Pte Ltd
* Rajiv Mahtolia, General Manager (Electrical & Instrumentation), Thai Acrylic Fiber Co.

Key topics:

* Holistic approach for energy efficiency in buildings
* Comparisons of Asia’s major green building certifications
* Save up to 40 percent on utility bills through energy audit
* Should carbon tax be imposed in Asia?
* The power of behavioural interventions
* Energy programmes to boost business bottom line

Who should attend:

Chief Operating Officer, Vice Presidents, Directors, Heads, Chiefs, Senior Managers and Managers of facilities management, operations, maintenance, engineering, energy, power and environment.