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2-Day GREEN SYMPOSIUM 2019 “Sustainable Excellence via Innovative Engineering”
Venue: Day 1 : Armada Hotel, Petaling Jaya | Day 2 : Wisma IEM, Petaling Jaya
Date & Time: 27 Nov 2019 to 28 Nov 2019 (8:30 AM - 5:00 PM)
CPD/PDP: 11.5
Closing Date Before: 24-Nov-2019 (Subject to change based on availability of seat)
Organised By Technical Division - Environmental Engineering (ENETD)

In Collaboration with: International Green Training Centre Sdn Bhd


INTRODUCTION

Global warming and climate change are no longer hypothesis but is real, happening and we experience it now.

Energy generations, industrial processes, transportation and human lifestyle are main culprits for the increase of greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere that causes global warming and climate change. Engineers are involved in all those activities, and now, is the time for engineers to contribute to preserve this planet.

Issue of plastic pollutants, energy management and low carbon economy are among hot topics now. What are the engineers’ roles here? And how can they innovatively provide solutions and create business opportunities that term as sustainable excellent.


GUEST OF HONOUR
Dr. Nagulendran Kangayatkarasu (MESTECC)


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Officials from all sectors in the Solar Energy, Biomass, Oil & Gas, Nuclear Power, Innovative infrastructure and building design, housing, economic development, communications etc. Relevant private sector, Community representatives, Engineering organizations, City and State officials from energy related organization, planning and housing, Architects, Planners, Engineers, Quantity Surveyors, Geologist, Scientists and others who are stakeholders and interested in the Green Technology are welcomed to attend the Symposium.


SPEAKERS PROFILE

DAY 1



1) KEY SPEAKER - ENCIK SAIFUL ADIB BIN ABDUL MUNAFF
Head of Division - Smart Sustainable Cities, Malaysia Green Technology Corporation (MGTC)  

TOPIC : LOW CARBON CITY FRAMEWORK (LCCF) – ENGINEER ROLE
SAIFUL ADIB BIN ABDUL MUNAFF is the Head of Low Carbon Cities at the Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (GreenTech Malaysia). He works closely with States and Local Governments and assists them to transform their cities into low carbon cities. After spending nearly a decade working in sustainable development across various industries, Saiful has developed an appreciation of the complexities of sustainable development and the challenges in truly making our cities low carbon. 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.

Saiful is a certified Green Building Facilitator, Energy Manager, BIM Professional and a Trainer.

Saiful holds a Masters Degree in Sustainable Development from the University of New South Wales and a BSc in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from the University of Technology, PETRONAS.


2) ENCIK ZULKIFLEE UMAR
Deputy Director Energy Efficiency & Conservation, Suruhanjaya Tenaga

TOPIC : ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING (EPC)
ZULKIFLEE UMAR begins his career with Energy Commission Malaysia in 2005 in the Legal Department performing enforcement tasks under the Electricity Supply Act 1990 and Gas Supply Act 1993. Shift to the Department of Gas Development and Regulation of Energy Commission Malaysia in 2008 performing tasks related to the safety of gas installations. Appointed as the Head of Demand Side Management Unit in 2012 now known as Energy

Efficiency & Conservation Unit performing the following duties and responsibilities:
1) Enforcement and promotion of the Efficient Management of Electrical Energy Regulations
    (EMEER) 2008.
2) Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) Requirements for domestic and
    industrial appliances.
3) Registration of Registered Electrical Energy Manager (REEM) and Energy Service Companies
    (ESCO)
4) Promotion of Energy Audit and Retrofit and Energy Performance Contracting (EPC).
5) Energy Efficiency Project and Financing activities.
6) National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (2016-2025).
7) Energy Efficiency and Conservation activities in Malaysia.

Academic Achievement
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Hons.), University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia


3) ENCIK EDISHAM MOHD SUKOR
Senior Deputy Director of Market Operations,(SEDA)

TOPIC : NET ENERGY METERING
EDISHAM MOHD SUKOR is a Sr. Deputy Director of Market Operation (MO) Division, at Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) Malaysia. He is graduated from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia with a Bachelor Degree (Hons.) in Engineering (Chemical) in year 2000.

Amongst his roles in the MO Divisions are to carry out a study related to Renewable Energy (RE) technologies, in-charge of the Net Energy Metering Program, RE Industry development, any RE related projects assigned by the government, provides technical supports and advisory to the local institutions, universities and other private sectors. His division is also responsible in testing and verifications of RE projects under the FiT mechanism, in ensuring compliance to the guidelines and procedures.

Prior to joining SEDA Malaysia, En. Edisham served as an Environment Manager in Waste Management company in Selangor whereby he was part of the project team that built the very first 2 MW grid-connected landfill gas power plants in Malaysia. En. Edisham has more than 10 years of experience operating the biogas projects, his hands-on and technical knowledge is a huge advantage to SEDA Malaysia.


4) ENCIK ISMAIL BIN HJ ABDULLAH
President & Chief Executive Officer, (IGTC)

TOPIC: SUSTAINABLE EXCELLENCE: THE WAY FORWARD FOR FUTURE BUSINESS
ENCIK ISMAIL BIN HJ ABDULLAH started his career in 1986 as a contract engineer in the tele-communications field and quickly rose to managerial level. In 1992, he joined the Oil & Gas Industry and was involved in various gas, refinery and petrochemical plant constructions in Malaysia and overseas. Later, he became Nalco Chemical’s Business Development Director for ASEAN sector for 6 years.

He further progressed into green industry more than 15 years ago. Notable roles he took while in the sustainability field includes;

• Green Advisor with Technology Park Malaysia for MOSTI green projects
• Lead Consultant with Malaysia Green Technology Corporation (MGTC) for green procurement
   program, eco-labelling, Green Technology Financial Scheme (GTFS), energy efficiency master plan,
   low carbon city framework etc
• Green Advisor and trainer for Melaka Green Technology Corporation
• Green city blueprint developer
• Green master trainer by Department of Skills Department (DSD), Ministry of Human Resource
   (MOHR)

Currently, he leads International Green Training Centre (IGTC) as President & Chief Executive Officer, a public-private partnership company between the Melaka State Government and Green Depot Technology Sdn Bhd.

Academic Achievement
Bachelor in Quantity Surveying from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia in 1985.


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SPEAKERS PROFILE

DAY 2


1) PUAN NOR HASWANI BINTI KAMIS  
Chief Executive Secretary of the Eco-Innovation Forum, MESTECC

TOPIC : ROADMAP TOWARDS ZERO SINGLE USE PLASTICS
PUAN NOR HASWANI BINTI KAMIS is a Chief Executive Secretary of the Eco-Innovation Forum, MESTEC. She worked at Ministry more than 13 years.


2) PUAN NORLAILINA BINTI MAMAT
Chief Executive Secretary of the Eco-Innovation Forum, MESTECC

TOPIC : ROADMAP TOWARDS ZERO SINGLE USE PLASTICS
PUAN NORLAILINA BINTI MAMAT is currently a Chief Executive Secretary of the Eco-Innovation Forum, MESTEC. She is graduated from University Malaya with a Bachelor Sc. Biotechnology in year 2006. Then in year 2019, she pursues a Masters in Science, Technology and Innovation.

She started her career on ministry sector under Ministry of Higher Education for 8 years before transferred to Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) in year 2014. After 5 years served at MOSTI, now she serves at MESTECC as Chief Executive Secretary of the Eco-Innovation Forum.


3) DATUK LIM KOK BOON
President, MPMA
TOPIC : THE IMPORTANCE OF PLASTIC SECTORS ECONOMICALLY AND WAYS TO DISPOSE WHILE PRESERVING THE GREEN

DATUK LIM KOK BOON is the President of Malaysian Plastics Manufacturers Association (MPMA). He has wide experienced in operational management (particularly in manufacturing entities), as well as corporate finance and corporate banking experience, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring, debt/equity financing, etc.

Datuk Lim also holds a position as a Chairman of Malaysian Plastics Forum (MPF) and Chairman of the ASEAN Federation of Plastic Industries (AFPI) 2018-2020.

He also is Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, UK and a Member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants.


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