AEMAS

Establishment of the ASEAN Energy Manager Accreditation Scheme

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ASEAN member countries are aware of the benefits gained by implementing energy efficiency activities. Some countries are currently proposing training courses for energy managers to build their technical skills. Nevertheless, the effective integration of energy management systems by end-users has not succeeded because energy managers are lacking managerial skills. Also energy managers have no access to the decision making level of their organisations. Therefore, to actually incorporate energy considerations into the management policy of a company, energy management role must be assigned to a senior manager. This is where the Energy Manager Accreditation Scheme (AEMAS) adds value to the existing efforts.

The overall objective of the SWITCH-Asia "ASEAN Energy Manager Accreditation Scheme (AEMAS)" project was to reduce energy consumption from the manufacturing industrial sector in ASEAN and to cut greenhouse gas emissions in ASEAN member countries. The Project had established the ASEAN Energy Management Scheme (AEMAS) through which it  had trained and certified energy managers who then implemented sustainable energy management systems within their industries/companies.

At the same time the project had increased the professional standing of accredited energy managers. Furthermore, upon adoption and implementation of an Energy Management System, the industries had been able to seek certification under the AEMAS scheme. Certification were obtained only after demonstrating actual implementation of a sustainable energy management system and achievement of measurable energy savings.

Duration: 2/2010 - 1/2014

Total budget: EUR 2,152,057.76 (EU Contribution: 80%)

Contact

Christopher Zamora

ASEAN Centre for Energy
Building, Jl. HR Rasuna
Said, Block X-2 Kav. 07-08
12950 Kuningan, Jakarta
Indonesia

chris.aseanenergy@gmail.com

http://www.aemas.org/

ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE)
ACE is an inter-governmental organisation established by the ASEAN governments to coordinate, undertake and initiate joint and collective activities on energy in the region. ACE is AEMAS Regional Body and is responsible for the coordination of the project
Action for Sustainable Development (ASD) Action for Sustainable Development (ASD)
ASD has been promoting renewable energy and energy efficiency in Asia since 2006. ASD provides key experts for the revision of AEMAS training curricula and tools, the training of AEMAS experts, and the development of the AEMAS marketing strategy.
Pelangi Indonesia Pelangi Indonesia
Established in 1992, Pelangi Indonesia has been working in policy analysis and policy advocacy in the areas of climate change, energy and transportation. Pelangi International is one of the partners in the AEMAS Project representing, managing and conducti
GreenTech Malaysia GreenTech Malaysia
GreenTech Malaysia, formerly known as PTM, is an independent and non-profit organisation established as a national energy research centre. It supports the government in the formulation and implementation of green technology policies, initiatives and progr
Myanmar Engineering Society (MES) Myanmar Engineering Society (MES)
The Myanmar Engineering Society (MES) is an NGO with more than 20,000 members from all engineering disciplines. MES' works on capacity building for Myanmar engineers. MES is a project partner for the AEMAS Project.
Energy Efficiency Practitioners Association of the Philippines (ENPAP) Energy Efficiency Practitioners Association of the Philippines (ENPAP)
ENPAP is the pioneer professional energy management organisation in the Philippines. ENPAP is the AEMAS country partner in the Philippines.
Copper Development Centre (CDC-SEA) Copper Development Centre (CDC-SEA)
The vision of CFC-SEA is to inspire the world about copper's essentiality for health, technology and the quality of life. As AEMAS Country Coordinator for Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, CDC-SEA coordinates all the national activities in these countries.
Research Centre for Energy and Environment Research Centre for Energy and Environment
RCEE is a non-profit organisation active in promoting energy efficiency, renewable energy and greenhouse gas emission reduction in Vietnam. Within the AEMAS Project, RCEE acts as an AEMAS country coordinator, in charge of managing AEMAS at a national leve
Impact sheet AEMAS Impact sheet AEMAS
In this final publication, the AEMAS project reported on the economic, environmental and social impacts as well as its achievements in terms of climate benefits, target group engagement, policy development and Europe-Asia cooperation. The project has completed in 2014.

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fact sheet

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AEMAS Poster

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AEMAS Project Presentation OCT 2011

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AEMAS Progress Sheet 2011

AEMAS Project Presentation OCT 2011

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