Volatile energy prices caused by fluctuating energy demands and supply have made energy efficiency critical in reducing companies’ operating costs, cut down process emissions, improve a company’s bottom line and ultimately ensure sustainability of businesses.
This module provides guidelines for industry to maximize cost savings through improvement of heat recovery, steam generation, distribution and utility system.
The workshop presents systematic technique to maximise a process thermal efficiency through employment of state-of-the-art heat recovery technique based on pinch analysis. It also has the employment of energy-efficient cogeneration as well as tri-generation schemes, and use of practical approaches for energy conservation for steam distribution and utility system.
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TRAINER FOR THIS COURSE
Ir. Al-Khairi Mohd Daud
Ir. Al-Khairi is a professional mechanical engineer with 30+ years experience spanning various sectors. From gas process plant, oleochemicals to high-end R&D and medical centre facilities.
He acted as the Principal Engineer and Facilities Manager. He graduated from the University of Leeds with a BEng. (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering as well as holds an MBA from UNITAR. He is one of the AEMAS Certified Trainers for the Energy Manager Training Course (EMTC) as well as the trainer for competent and authorized person for medical gas system.
He is also one of the active surveyors of Malaysian Society for Quality in Health (MSQH), drafting the standard two and three of the MSQH 5th edition standards.