UNIDO Energy Management System Implementation in Industry
Side Event: Industry Leaders in UNIDO’s Energy Management Programme
20 June 2015
Energy Management Systems (EnMS) have emerged over the last two decades as proven best practice methodology to ensure sustainable energy efficiency and continually improving performance in industry. The UNIDO Industrial Energy Efficiency Programme supports enterprises in developing and emerging economies in the implementation of EnMS, thereby helping them improve their energy performance, productivity and environmental sustainability. The breadth and scope of the programme has expanded significantly since its inception, resulting in significant reductions in greenhouse gases and a stronger market for energy efficiency technologies and services. There is still much scope for the programme within and between regions, however, if the Sustainable Energy For All (SE4ALL) goal of doubling the rate of improvement in energy efficiency by 2030 target is to be met. The Vienna Energy Forum 2015 provides an ideal opportunity to raise awareness and promote the further implementation of the EnMS programme by presenting examples of best practices that may encourage new adopters at the forum, while strengthening ties with existing partners.
ORGANIZED BY THE UNIDO INDUSTRIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY UNIT
Rana Ghoneim, r.ghoneim [at] unido.org, +43126026-4356
Marco Matteini, m.matteini [at] unido.org, +43126026-4583
As a sector that is projected to account for the largest share of new global energy demand by 2035, industry has a critical role to play in the achievement of international sustainable development goals, including energy security and climate change mitigation. Sustainable industrial development is particularly important in developing and emerging countries, which will require over 90% of the new industrial energy demand by 2035. According to the International Energy Agency’s World Economic Outlook Report (2013), the industrial sector holds 38% of total potential energy savings in the future, which could be realised through the broad dissemination and application of best available practices and technologies.
UNIDO’s mandate is to ensure inclusive and sustainable industrial development. The Industrial Energy Efficiency Unit (IEE) works within the Energy Branch to support industries in developing and emerging economies in promoting cost efficiencies and competitiveness in industry. The IEE programme consists of around 35 projects, with a project portfolio of $105 million (over 80% of which is supported by the Global Environment Facility: the GEF), and committed co-financing from government partners, industry and financing institutions of more than $660 million. Under the EnMS and System Optimization (SO) programme, UNIDO has provided in-depth training on implementation and system optimization in line with ISO 50001 standards to more than 800 energy efficiency consultants and assisted more than 300 companies in the implementation of energy management projects and state-of-the-art system optimization practices. Average organization-wide energy savings in first 1-2 years of implementation of the UNIDO-IEE programme range from 5% to 15%, with little or no capital investments. Moreover, enterprises that have implemented EnMS have achieved annual energy savings that are 2-3 times higher on average than those that have not.
Industrial companies and innovative entrepreneurs working in collaboration with the UNIDO-IEE Programme have experienced multiple benefits beyond pure energy cost savings, including increased productivity and competitiveness, reduced exposure to volatile energy prices and greater reliability of operations. Real-life success stories are widely recognized by enterprises and other stakeholders as an effective means to demonstrate the benefits of EnMS, and could act as an effective catalyst for its adoption. Showcasing case studies and best practices is therefore an integral part of achieving UNIDO’s objective of supporting improvements in energy efficiency worldwide.
The main objective of the session is to highlight the significance of energy management and energy efficiency as a key driver for inclusive and sustainable industrial development and a substantial opportunity area to support the achievement of the SE4ALL goal on energy efficiency, while mitigating climate change. Accordingly, the event intends to provide examples demonstrating EnMS as the preeminent best-practice for sustainable energy efficiency in industry, achieving multiple benefits including substantial cost reductions.
The session also aims to showcase the leadership of UNIDO industrial partners in implementing EnMS around the world. Panellists will have the opportunity to share their experiences with EnMS implementation, practical results and competitive advantages realized, as well as challenges and lessons learned. It is envisaged that the session will catalyse further commitments to enhancing energy efficiency, including replication and up-scaling by partner companies/ holdings of the panellists. This will be encouraged on a voluntary basis.
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Mohamed Mohamed Ibrahim, Quality manager at Sidpec, (Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals Co).
Mohamed Mohamed Ibrahim is a Quality manager at Sidpec, (Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals Co). Acting as Company Quality and Energy representative, and Member of the Technical Secretariat of the Higher Committee to rationalize and improve the efficiency of energy use in petroleum sector.
He is also a researcher for master degree at, Quality and productivity institute, Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime Transport, Alexandria, He earned his B.Sc. in Electrical Communication and Electronic technology 1987 from communication Department, Faculty of electronic Engineering, Menoufia University Egypt.
He is 25 years experienced in the field of oil & gas and petrochemicals in multiple disciplines including Analyzers, Gas Chromatograph and automation maintenance, quality improvement, Business Excellence, and energy efficiency. He has worked for many companies like EPCO (Egyptian Petrochemical co.), Qapco (Qatar Petrochemical co.) and Sidpec. He is certified ISO 9001 Lead Auditor, Lean Six Sigma green Belt. He is qualified by the UNIDO as Energy Management System & ISO 50001 Expert.
Mr. Leonid Kolchin, Baltika Breweries Operation Efficiency manager
In his position Mr. Leonid Kolchin leads the elaboration and implementation of the energy management systems of all Baltika Breweries in Russian Federation. He is responsible for coordinating the work of chief power engineers, scheduling, tracking the results and reporting to the top management about it.
Contributed to the development of the Supply Chain Strategy for the Baltika Breweries, recognized as the Best Employee of the Year 2014, honored by the Vice-President of the company, and awarded First Place for the Russian HR projects for the development of staff.
Sadudee Supanpai – Head of the Sustainable Business Bureau, Khao CP
Sadudee Supanpai has worked for Khao CP for over seven years, and is currently the Head of the Sustainable Business Bureau. Previously, Mr. Sadudee has also worked with the Industrial Environment Institute of the Federation of Thai Industries, and consulted for a number of private sector engineering companies. In addition, Mr. Sadudee has more than eight years of experience in academic research activities, working with Sky and Sea Engineering and Management company, as well as the Rangsit University in the Engineering Faculty. At Rangsit University, Mr. Sadudee lectured on Introduction to Environmental Science, Wastewater Treatment, Biology of Wastewater, Cleaner Technology and Energy Management.
Mr. Sadudee holds a Doctorate in Civil Engineering from Rungsit University, Thailand, as well as a Master’s in Environmental Engineering and a Bachelor’s in Environmental Science and Technology.
Arden Wessels – Senior Manager – Environmental Engineering, Toyota South Africa Motors
Arden Wessels has a BSc Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Natal in Durban, South Africa and is also a qualified Certified Energy Manager through the Association of Energy Engineers in the USA. Arden has successfully completed the UNIDO Energy Management Systems course and is qualified at an Expert Level.
Arden has over 25 years experience in the mining, aluminium extrusion, automotive supply and automotive manufacturing industries, of which the past 10 years have been at Toyota SA Motors in Durban, South Africa. A dedicated Energy Management Department was established at Toyota SA Motors in 2010 and is managed by Arden and his team of engineers. The main focus of the team is to reduce CO₂ emissions through the implementation of an Energy Management System, innovative technologies and behavioural changes through the workforce. Toyota SA Motors has been recognised for the past two consecutive years as the South African Energy Company of the Year, reinforcing the successes of implementing a robust energy management system.
Lim Peng Lun – Energy Manager at IOI Pan-Century Oleochemicals Sdn Bhd
Lim Peng Lun has been the Energy Manager at IOI Pan-Century Oleochemicals Sdn Bhd since 2011, overseeing all energy efficiency initiatives and activates of the facility. Specifically, his responsibilities include Total Productive Maintenance, Energy Management System (EnMS), internal auditing, plant mechanical maintenance & modification, and utilities operation. Under his leadership, the organization has implemented a number of optimization projects, while also working towards certification to ISO 50001 in 2015.
Mr. Lim holds two Bachelors in Engineering from Malaysia and Germany, and has taken part in the EnMS training of the UNIDO Industrial Energy Efficiency Project in Malaysia, as well as UNIDO trainings on Steam, Pump and Compressed Air System Optimization.
Mr. Juan Carlos Landázuri Cabezas, Manufacturing & Quality Director, GM OBB del Ecuador
As responsible for the GM Assembly in Ecuador, Mr. Landazuri has lead the Sustainability program including Energy Efficiency in the whole operation.
He believes that an efficient Energy Management System will deliver environmental and economic benefits. As part of a program with the Government and UNIDO, GM Ecuador was the first company to be ISO 500001 certifies, showing the compromise and continuous efforts towards a green and efficient production process.