GHG Emissions Accounting and Management
Course is HRDC Claimable.
Next Training Date: 23 - 24 October 2023
Are you ready to take your organization’s sustainability and ESG efforts to the next level? Join our upcoming training on GHG accounting and energy-emissions management with a 3-in-1 package of training, software demonstration and use of real-time monitoring and optimisation tools.
Over the course of two days, you’ll have the chance to learn and apply the techniques for GHG accounting and reporting, from principles and inventory boundaries to emission quantification and reporting based on the ISO 14064-1:2018 standards. We will also demonstrate how to use a GHG accounting software to streamline your reporting process.
Wait, there are more. You will also be exposed to tools for energy-emissions management, including real-time monitoring of energy systems and optimization of chiller efficiency to help reduce energy wastage and cut down emissions.
Don’t miss out on this valuable opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills you need to transform your organization’s sustainability and ESG efforts. Register today and join our 3-in-1 training program!
- Drive and plan
- Gain awareness and drive to synergise energy and emissions management.
- Pave the way toward net-zero carbon emissions.
- Identify, quantify, analyse and report
- Understand the concept and principles of GHG accounting and reporting, including the inventory boundary, GHG emission identification and reporting.
- Quantify GHG emissions.
- Use LCOS GHG accounting software.
- Report the results based on ISO 14064 standards.
- Monitor and mitigate
- Apply smart systems for real-time monitoring and control of energy consumption.
- Optimize the delta-T to improve energy efficiency of chiller systems.
- Drive and plan
Prof Ir Ts Dr Zainuddin Abdul Manan is currently the chair of the EECA (Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act) Thermal Energy drafting committee under the Malaysian Ministry of Energy. He founded and spearheaded the UTM Sustainable Energy Management initiative that led UTM to achieve more than USD 6 million energy savings between 2011 and 2019, and to win the ASEAN Energy Award in 2012.
Prof Ir Dr Sharifah Rafidah Wan Alwi specialises in process systems engineering with emphasis on process integration and resource conservation. She is a certified ASEAN Energy Management Scheme (AEMAS) Energy Manager trainer and a Registered Electrical Energy Manager under Malaysia Energy Commission. She is currently the energy advisor for UTM Energy Management System.
Ir Dr Lim Jeng Shiun has been extensively involved in 22 research projects, 11 industrial based projects for various companies and government agencies. The key clients include local industries and multinational companies such as BERNAS, FABER MEDISERVE, SHELL, OLEON in Malaysia and PERTAMINA in Indonesia. He has assisted those companies identify energy saving opportunities worth millions of dollar through the use of process integration and process systems engineering approach.
Saiful Adib bin Abdul Munaff, he works closely with stakeholders at all levels to help advance green growth and climate action. After spending more than a decade working in sustainable development across various industries, Saiful has developed an appreciation of the complexities of sustainable development and the challenges in implementing sustainability strategies. At the core of it, he believes that it is about how well we connect with the people we are trying to help and communicate our understanding back to them.
8 ST CDP HOURS
- Time: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
- Venue: MS Teams [Virtual Workshop]
- Fee for Local Participants: RM2,600/pax [Physical] / RM1,400 [Online]
- Fee for International Participants [USD]: USD 400 [Online]
- Alternative Dates:
- 28 – 29 November 2023 (Physical in KL – Venue to be confirmed)
- In-House (Contact us to arrange workshop dates)