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WEBINAR – 1 Day Course on Managing Energy Savings From Energy Efficiency Projects
Venue: Digital Platform
Date & Time: 26 Jun 2021 (9:00 AM - 5:30 PM) Closed
Closing Date Before: 23-Jun-2021 (Subject to change based on availability of seat)
Organised By Technical Division - Project Management


More than 80 to 90 per cent of our time is spent in buildings i.e. either in the office or at home. Energy used in buildings (residential and commercial) accounts for a significant percentage of a country’s total energy consumption. This percentage depends greatly on the degree of electrification, the level of urbanization, the amount of building area per capita, the prevailing climate, as well as national and local policies to promote efficiency.

Investments in energy efficiency in a building can be compared with the cost of capital investments necessary on the supply side of the energy system to produce a similar amount of peak capacity or annual energy production. Usually, the capital costs of efficiency are lower than comparable investments in increased supply and there are no additional operating costs of efficiency compared to substantial operating costs for supply-side options. In addition, energy efficiency investments generally have much shorter lead times than energy supply investments, a particularly important consideration in countries where the demand for energy services is growing rapidly. By setting energy efficiency targets for buildings, governments and industries share the burden and cost of ensuring the security of energy supply with end-users.

In more developing and industrialized countries, policy, incentives, climate change targets and corporate image drive more efficient approaches to energy use in buildings. Codes and practice on energy regulations for buildings in developed countries include obligations for energy audits, requirements for building certification with ratings based on energy efficiency, carbon reduction targets for buildings, levies on energy consumption—charged per unit consumed to discourage high consumption, incentives such as exemption from building tax for good energy efficiency ratings, access to interest-free/low-interest loans and grants for undertaking energy efficiency measures in buildings and, as part of their corporate social responsibility, some companies would like to be seen as a green company that promotes energy efficiency.


Ir. Noor Iziddin Abdullah Bin Ghazali has around 17 years of technical & leadership role for the following industries:- semiconductor, property, data centre & telecom and previously leading sustainability energy program at 22 government hospitals with 30 engineer & executive.

Experience also as Industry Advisory Panel and Adjunct Professor at seven (7) universities. Initially in a semiconductor with Spansion then MIMOS.
Subsequently to data centre development at Cyberjaya for Google, Deutsche Bank, TM, NTT, Petronas, BMW, etc worth more than USD50 million. Then attach to Mesiniaga as Project Manager for Cisco network implementations at Petronas.

Next with Putrajaya Holdings for development of green building projects value more than USD 100million. Then as Electrical Manager at Sunway Property overseeing the M&E project's values more than USD 200 million.

Later with edotco (Axiata) as the Regional Head overseeing energy-efficient projects at Malaysia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Pakistan & Cambodia using a remote energy monitoring system. Then as Program Manager of RAN Modernization (LTE Adv) with Huawei & Ericsson worth over USD 200 million in the year 2016. Subsequently as the Dean, Engineering Faculty at UNIMY before joining Medivest as the Head of Sustainable Energy Program.

Now managing energy supply & demand (electricity, water & fuel) portfolio at the largest maritime port in Malaysia and second largest in ASEAN.

Limited to 93 participants only (first come basis) and invitation email will be sent for successful registration latest by 25 June 2021 @ 5.00 PM

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