Conferences, Workshops & Seminars

 

Day 1, Tuesday, 24th May
2011 Opening Ceremony

08:30 - 09:30

Registration

09:30 - 09:45

Welcome Address by CEO, NEA, Mr Andrew Tan
Speech by Guest of Honour, Minister (EWR)

09:45 - 10:15

Networking Break

10:15 - 12:30

Plenary Session 1: Keynote Presentations

Singapore's energy efficiency policies for the industrial sector, McKinsey's energy experiences and high impact energy efficiency retrofits

Mr. Pasquale Pistorio, Honorary Chair and former CEO of ST Microelectronics

Mr Ananda Ram Bhaskar, Director, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Department, National Environment Agency on Singapore's energy efficiency policies

Mr Chiu Wen Tung, Director, Resource Development, Economic Development Board on energy efficiency incentives and grants for industrial sector in Singapore

Mr Rohit Razdan, Associate Principal, McKinsey & Company on Capturing Energy Efficiency gains - McKinsey perspectives?

Mr Lee Eng Lock, Technical Director, Asia Energy Solutions, Climate Solutions, Asia Pacific, Trane Airconditioning Pte Ltd on Industrial Energy Efficiency: Fast, Simple, Proven, what's holding us back?

12:30 - 14:00

Delegate Lunch

14:00 - 15:30

Breakout Session 1

Track A1: Energy Efficiency Sub Sector Benchmarking
Energy efficiency benchmarking of industrial systems

Moderator: Asst Prof Vinay Kumar Kariwala, Assistant Professor, School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, NTU

Mr Con Leddy, Associate Director, PM Group on Singapore MEWR pharmaceutical industry energy benchmarking study

Mr Doug Hutton, Operations Manager, KBC Energy Dervices, Asia on benchmarking for the chemicals sector

Mr Ed Ansett, Director, Critical Facilities Services, HP Asia Pacific Pte Ltd on Using Data Centre Energy Benchmarking to Enchance Efficiencies & Performance

Track B1: Energy Efficiency for High-Performance Facilities (I)
Energy efficiency best practices for high-performance facilities and laboratories

Mr Dan Doyle, President, Grumman/Butkus Associates on Retro-Commissioning and Leveraging Your Building Automation System For Energy Efficiency

Mr Dan Doyle, President, Grumman/Butkus Associates on HVAC System Energy Efficiency Opportunities for Laboratories in Hot and Humid Climates

Mr Gordon Sharp, CEO Aircuity, on reducing energy use and enhancing safety with demand based control of air change rates

 

15:30 - 16:00

Networking Break

16:00 - 17:30

Track A2: Energy Efficiency in Industrial Systems
Energy efficiency best practices for industrial systems in energy intensive industries

Moderator: Prof Toh Kok Chuan, Principal Investigator, Thermal/Packaging Analysis, NTU

Mr Andreas Neuber, Managing Director, Environmental Services, Applied Materials on cost savings and energy efficiency improvements using best practices in semiconductor fabs

Mr Murali Nagarajan, Senior Consultant, ACTSYS Process Management Consultants Pte Ltd on energy management and utilities optimization system projects in refineries and petrochemical plants

Mr William Tschudi, Principle Investigator for Applications Team, Environmental Energy Technologies, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on Discovering Cleanroom Energy Efficiency Opportunities

Track B2: Perspectives in Energy Efficiency Financing
The role of financing to support implementation of energy efficiency measures

Dr Mike Allen, Chairman, ReEx Capital Asia on findings of energy efficiency financing study in Singapore

Mr Bruce S. Schlein, Vice President, Corporate Sustainability, Citibank on energy efficiency financing from a bank is perspective

Mr Vinod Kesava, Managing Director, CRX on climate action response enterprise (care): Singapore's first CDM program of activities for energy efficiency in building chiller plant systems

End of Day 1


 

Day 2,Wednesday, 25th May

09:30 - 11:00

Plenary Session 2: Industrial Energy Efficiency Policies
Insights into industrial energy efficiency policies of Canada, Japan and Korea
Moderator: Asst Prof Anutosh Chakraborty, Assistant Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, NTU

Dr John Nyboer, Executive Director, CIEEDAC & EMRG, Simon Fraser University on lessons from Canada's failed climate policies

Ms YuKari Yamashita, Senior Research Fellow, Director for Global Environment & Sustainable Development Unit, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ) on Quest for Efficiency: Industrial Energy Efficiency Policies in Japan

Mr Jung Hoon Yang, Assistant Manager, Industry Energy Management, Korea Energy Management Corporation (KEMCO) on Industrial Energy Efficiency programs for Green Growth

11:00 - 11:30

Networking Break

11:30 - 12:30

Plenary Session 3: Energy Management System
International energy management system standards Moderator:
Assoc Prof Seri Lee, Visiting Associate Professor, School of Materials Science & Engineering, NTU

Prof. Toh Kok Chuan, member of Singapore National Working Group on Energy Management on ISO 50001, energy management systems, an international standard: are we reading for it?

Mr Pierre Cazelles, Director Partnerships Asia, International Copper Association on energy management gold standard and establishing an energy management system based of the ISO 50001

12:30 - 14:00

Delegate Lunch

14:00 - 15:30

National Energy Efficiency Conference Day 2, Wednesday, 25th May 2011 (PM) Breakout Session 2

Track A3: Energy Management Information Solutions
Moderator: Asst Prof Wan Pun, Assistant Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace engineering, NTU

Mr David Solsky, CEO, Global CarbonSystems on developing a performance management framework for energy and carbon reduction

Mr Saj Kumar, Vice President, Discrete Manufacturing, SAP Asia Pacific Japan on energy management in manufacturing - driving profitability with sustainability

Track B3: Waste Heat Recovery and Management
Panel discussion on waste heat recovery

Session chair and moderator: Dr Elspeth Thomson, Senior Fellow, Energy Studies Institute

Technical chair: Dr PS Lee, Assistant Professor, NUS Department of Mechanical Engineering

Ms Catrina Yeo, Energy Analyst, Energy Studies Institute on industrial energy use and waste heat

Dr Poh-Seng Lee, Assistant Professor, NUS Department of Mechanical Engineering on increasing potential of waste heat harvesting via high performance, energy efficiency liquid cooling technology

Prof Koh Yee Kan, Assistant Professor, NUS Department of Mechanical Engineering on waste heat recovery by thermoelectrics

15:30 - 16:00

Networking Break

16:00 - 17:30

Track A4: Energy Efficiency for
High-Performance Facilities (II)

Energy efficiency best practices for high-performance facilities and laboratories

Mr James Plourde, Schneider Electric on Laboratory Energy Metering and Sub-Metering

Mr Joseph Phillips, Director, Smarter Buildings IBM on changing the conversation : how data-driven integration of efficiency, operations and utilization of critical laboratory equipment for cost savings and improved performance enables change

Mr Philips Wirdzek, Founding President and Executive Director of I2SL on A Sustainable Focus for Laboratory Design, Engineering and Operations: Building a Collaboration with Singapore


Track B4: Energy Efficiency Assessment Methodologies
Moderator: Assoc Prof Seri Lee, Visiting Associate Professor, School of Materials Science & Engineering, NTU Dr Klaus Erlach, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft IPA on energy value stream mapping

Mr Ho Hiang Kwee, Director, Urban Solutions, Clean Technology Centre, Det Norske Veritas on measuring energy efficiency for
complex and integrated energy systems

Mr William Tschudi, Principle Investigator for Applications Team,
Environmental Energy Technologies, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on energy assessments in continuously
operating, energy intensive industries

 

End of Day 2