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Introduction
of CIM-IF Kurt Seidel and
FID-MASCI (DOE CDM-E0058)
in the Field of CDM / Voluntary Carbon
Offset Validation/Verification
and Energy Management
Training and Auditing
TUEWAS Energy Efficiency Working Group Meeting
17th December 2012 in Chongqing (P.R.China)
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
Contents
• History and Organization of FID-MASCI
• FID-MASCI Services
• FID-MASCI Climate Change Services
• MASCI (Thailand)’s Services for Energy Management
Schemes
• CIM-IF’s Past Experiences w.r.t. ESCO (optional)
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
History and Organization of FID-MASCI
 Established by the Ministry of Industry under the
Cabinet Resolution on September 10, 1998.
 An organization operating under the aegis of the
Foundation for Industrial Development with financial
support in the first 3 years from Thai government.
 Not for Profit Organization.
 Responsible for the management system
certification previously undertaken by the Thai
Industrial Standards Institute (TISI).
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
MASCI Services
Management System
Assessment & Certification
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ISO 9001
ISO 29001
ISO 14001
TIS/OHSAS 18001
ISO 50001
EnMS-DIW:2555
AEMAS EnMS
GMP
HACCP
ISO 22000
IMS: Integrated
Management System
• MICE: Security Manage- ment System –
Require-ments for Meeting Incentive
Convention and Exhibition
• Climate Change Service
(CCS)
System Certification Dept.
Training, Personnel Development
Inspection &
& Work System Development
Standardization
MS Training & Personnel Development
• ISO 9001
• ISO 14001
• TIS/OHSAS 18001
• ISO 50001
• EnMS-DIW:2555
• TLS 8001
• GMP/HACCP/ISO22000
Work System Development
• ISO/IEC 17020
• ISO/IEC 17021
• ISO/IEC 17024
• ISO/IEC 17025
• ISO/IEC Guide 65
• Agricultural Standards
Technical Services Dept.
• TISI Products
• TLS 8001
• Safety Officer
• Q-Mark
• QWL : Quality of Work Life
• Code of Conduct
• SACICT Thailand
• Tourism Standards
• Quality Management
for Accounting Standards
• Standards Development
• Intelligence Unit
Inspection Dept.
Sustainable
Development
Training, Coaching and Assessment on
Various
New Management Tools
• Social Responsibility: SR
including Corporate Social
Responsibility
• Strategy Management,
Balanced Scorecard : BSC
• Strategic Risk Management : SRM, ISO
31000, Identifying Risk
• Sustainability Excellence
• Sufficiency Economy
Sustainable Development Services
Dept.
Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
Accreditation as DOE for Climate Change Services
CDM EB agreed to accredit and
provisionally designate
for 3 years the entity CDM-E-0058
“Foundation of Industrial
Development - Management
System Certification Institute
(Thailand)” (FID-MASCI)
for validation, verification and
certification functions in sectoral
scopes 1, 3, 4, 13 and 15.
Issued on 11 May 2012
Expired on 11 May 2015
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
FID-MASCI’s Climate Change Services
 Validation & Verification/Certification
CDM Projects
 Validation/Verification
Other schemes such as ISO 14064, GHG Protocol,
VCS, Gold standard, and local schemes
 Training Program
GHG Measurement: ISO 14064 Part I
ISO 14064 Part I Verification
GHG Reduction: ISO 14064 Part II
ISO 14064 Part II Validation & Verification
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
Achieved Impacts from Climate Change Services
 Gain Experiences in Capacity Building of DOE staffs
and roster of experts and establishing the
documentation requested for the accreditation as
the First DOE under UNFCCC accreditation in
Thailand
 Option to become a Regional DOE for ASEAN and
South East Asia
 Increasing Influence to Policy Makers to convert
voluntary carbon reporting of organizations into
mandatory carbon reporting following the example
of advanced countries like UK
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
MASCI (Thailand)’s Energy related Training
 Provide Training to Organizations for Introduction
and Implementation of ISO 50001
 Provide Training to Organizations for Introduction
and Implementation of EnMS-DIW : 2555 (DIWEnergy Management System for SMEs)
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
MASCI (Thailand)’s Energy Services
 Provide Auditing and Certification to Organizations
according to ISO 50001
 Provide Auditing and Certification to Organizations
for Introduction according to EnMS-DIW : 2555
(DIW-Energy Management System for SMEs)
 Provide Auditing and Certification to Organizations
according to AEMAS – ASEAN Energy Management
Accreditation Scheme (AEMAS EnMS)
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Background AEMAS EnMS
• AEMAS designed in 2004-2007; endorsed by 10 ASEAN
Ministers of Energy;
• AEMAS is funded by European Commission 2010-2013
under SWITCH-Asia Program;
• Lead by ASEAN Center for Energy (ACE);
• Currently implemented in 8 ASEAN countries;
• One partner in each ASEAN country.
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Background AEMAS EnMS (cont’d)
Training and certification
of Energy Managers
Certification of Energy EndUsers
• Certification in 2 steps:
certified energy manager
and professional energy
manager
• Certification recognized
in 10 ASEAN countries
• AEMAS Certified Energy
Managers gained
credibility and enhanced
professional standing
• Certification recognized
in 10 ASEAN countries
• Certification
acknowledges
achievements in
sustainable energy
management systems
• AEMAS certification
allows easy certification
under ISO 50001
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AEMAS EnMS & ISO 50001
• The Energy Management System of AEMAS and of ISO
50001 are similar; the only difference is that AEMAS
certification requires end-users to demonstrate actual
implementation of energy saving measures, which is not
required under ISO 50001
• AEMAS trained and certified Energy Managers will have
the skills and capability to implement the AEMAS and
ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems: the cost of
ISO 50001 certification will therefore be significantly
reduced for AEMAS certified companies, as they do not
need to call on outside ISO consultants
• AEMAS will be the easy and cost-effective way to
achieve ISO 50001 certification
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AEMAS EnMS Gold Standard vs. ISO 50001
ISO 50001
Corporate energy policy
Energy Management system in place and documented
Trained and certified energy manager
Motivation
Budget management
Demonstration of budget spending
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Demonstration of EE & RE measures implementation
Verified improvement of EEI
Energy Management System in
place, budget allocated
Real EE improvement & CO2 reduction;
Energy Management System is sustainable
The AEMAS EnMS can be applied stand-alone or in addition to ISO 50001
More info: www.aemas.org
Source: AEMAS
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AEMAS EnMS Gold Standard
Results of Improvement
Evidence of improvement on energy intensity and management
system as a result of implementation of Sustainable Energy
Management System according to AEMAS in Universiti
Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)
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AEMAS EnMS PARTNERS
ASEAN Center
for Energy
Project Technical
Partner
Project Technical
Associate
COUNTRY COORDINATOR
AEMAS Regional
Body
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
Achieved Impacts from Energy Services
 Support Organizations in Thailand to introduce a
structured approach for energy management in a
cost effective way with staff involvement
 Meanwhile MASCI (Thailand) could audit and certify
several organizations in Thailand according to ISO
50001 and EnMS-DIW-2555, a certification according
to AEMAS Gold Standard in combination with ISO
50001 is under preparation
 The CIM-IF could convince MASCI (Thailand) to
qualify 10 auditors incl. the CIM-IF as AEMAS energy
managers, a pre-requisite for AEMAS EnMS auditors
and AEMAS energy monitoring experts
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
Achieved Impacts from Energy Services
 As the AEMAS EnMS is on the way to become
recognized in the other ASEAN member states, it
will open new business opportunities from MASCI
(Thailand) outside of Thailand
 Organizations that apply the AEMAS EnMS in their
organization will achieve beyond the compliance
with the Energy Management System requirements
real verifiable energy savings and reductions of
energy costs and greenhouse gases
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
CIM-IF’s Past Experiences w.r.t. ESCO
 Design and coordination of the PPP-Project “Energy
Contracting in P.R.China” with KRANTZ-TKT, TUV
Rheinland and DEG (2001/2002)
 Benchmarking of Specific Energy Consumption for
more than Functional Buildings in P.R. China, based
on data collection and performed initial and
detailed analyses
 Four Seminars for functional buildings (Topics:
Energy, Environment, Safety, Operation) in P.R.
China
 Combined Indoor Air Quality Auditing according to
VDI 6022, 6 Executions
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
CIM-IF’s Past Experiences w.r.t. ESCO
 Independent assessment of the Baseline and the
realized energy savings at one hotel, establishing
of a guidance document
 Pre-Audits according to ISO 14000 of 2 objects
 Training of operational staff at one hotel and
resort after initial installation completion
 Sample Contract for Energy Contracting Service
in China in Chinese and German
 Handbook for Energy Management in functional
buildings in Chinese and German/English
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
Achieved Impacts from CIM-IF’s Past Experiences w.r.t. ESCO
 Perform Capacity Building for Energy Performance
Contracting and Indoor Air Quality Services in the
P.R.China
 Perform in collaboration with a renowned German
HVAC contractor (KRANTZ-TKT) several initial and
detailed analyses and establish an initial database
for energy benchmarking, which can be further
developed
 Produce as deliverables among others a project
report including a draft sample contract for energy
performance contracting in German and Chinese
language
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
Publications / Information for the Working Group
 Abstract and Paper No. 05-021-12 to eceee Summer
Study 2012
 Opportunity to Cooperate with AEMAS-project
facilitator ASEAN Centre for Energy and country
coordinators in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore,
Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia
and Lao PDR and Brunei in order to make the
project sustainable and also as possible Exit-Strategy
for the EU-Switch Project, see also www.aemas.org
 Report to BMZ of PPP-Project “Energy Contracting in
P.R.China” (2001/2002)
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
Publications / Information for the Working Group
Presentation “ESCO Development in Thailand “ by
Excellent Energy International Co., Ltd., dated 16th of
October 2012
Presentation “Industrial Energy Efficiency Finance in
Thailand: A Three-Way Partnership between Bank,
ESCOs and Clients” by Kasikorn Bank, dated 16th of
October 2012
CCAP – Center for Clean Air Policy “Case Study:
Thailand’s Energy Conservation (Encon) Fund - How
Financial Mechanisms Catalyzed Energy Efficiency
and Renewable Energy Investments” (October 2012)
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
Publications / Information for the Working Group
Issue Paper “ESCOs and other service providers as
possible delivery mechanisms for CDM/JI projects in
industrial energy efficiency” (Excerpt from
“Evaluating GHG Emission Reductions in Energy
Efficiency Projects, PCFplus Report 11”)
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Energy efficiency the biggest opportunity to
potential emission decreases
The Worlds energy related CO2 -savings according to the 450 policy
scenario relative reference scenario
Source: IEA, World Energy Outlook
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CO2 emissions
(Gigaton)
57%
Present trend
20%
30
10%
10%
450 policy
scenario
Energyefficiency
Renewable energy
sources
Bio fuels (3%)
Nuclear
CCS*
*Co2 storage
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2000
2007
2020
2030
Source: IEA
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
PoAs Focus on Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energies
PoA distribution by type
Transport
1.6%
Coal Mine Methane
1.3%
EE supply side
2.1%
Biomass energy
4.2%
Fossil fuel switch
1.0%
Geothermal Fugitive
0.8%
0.3%
Forestry &
Agriculture
1.3%
EE demand side
30.0%
Wind
6.8%
Hydro
9.9%
Solar
18.5%
EE demand side
Waste
Solar
Hydro
Wind
Biomass energy
EE supply side
Coal Mine Methane
Transport
Fossil fuel switch
Forestry & Agriculture
Fugitive
Geothermal
Industrial gases
Total PoAs
PoAs PoAs% Normal %
115 30.0%
3.5%
85 22.2%
13.9%
71 18.5%
4.2%
38 9.9%
25.6%
26 6.8%
28.8%
16 4.2%
10.0%
8 2.1%
6.9%
5 1.3%
1.4%
6 1.6%
0.5%
4 1.0%
1.7%
5 1.3%
0.8%
3 0.8%
0.7%
1 0.3%
0.4%
1.7%
383 100.0% 100.1%
Waste
22.2%
Source: UNFCCC, UNEP
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New concept: EPC + CDM/JI/VER
CDM/JI/VER Rev. Client
CDM/JI/VER Rev. ESCO
Source: Dr. Sam C M Hui
ASHRAE Hong Kong Chapter &
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The University of Hong Kong,
K. Seidel, TUV Rheinland Hong Kong Ltd. ( 2004)
K. Seidel. TUV Rheinland Cologne (05/12/2010, RENEX Istanbul)
First 7 Years
CDM/JI/VER Revenue
Client
Second 7 Years
( Baseline Revue possible )
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Final Recommendations
ESCO as Aggregator (CME) of PoAs and Bundles of PoAs
The ability of ESCOs to bundle similar projects together and shoulder the
technical and and performance risks of projects, sounds attractive to banks
To combine such projects under a Bundle or Program of Activities
with Joint Implementation / Clean Development Mechanism / Voluntary
Carbon Offset Schemes / Bilateral Schemes is a new opportunity
to attract foreign investments and technology transfer to Asian
developing countries and to execute investments in energy savings
measures
( Win-Win-Opportunity )
 PoA under CDM/JI or Voluntary Carbon Offsets (e.g.GS-VER)
allows the application of more than one methodology
 Bundle of PoAs in a sector and/or policy measures for energy efficiency
(e.g. EmMS with GHG reduction targets can be part of a NAMA )
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Indirect vs. direct GHG impacts and NAMAs type
Bundle of
PoA’s / EnMS
w. GHG
reduction
targets
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Management System Certification Institute (Thailand): MASCI
Contact us:
Tel: 662-617-1727 Ext. 310, or 311.
Our office hour is Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Contact us via email
[email protected]
Kurt Seidel, CIM-IF: Tel: 662-617-1727 Ext. 345
Contact us via email
[email protected]
Climate Change Service Section
Management System Certification Institute (Thailand)
1025, 11th Floor, Yakult Building, Phaholyothin Rd., Samsen Nai,
Phayathai, Bangkok 10400,
Thailand
Welcome to visit our website at
http://www.masci.or.th/climatechange/
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Thank you for your kind attention
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