Attendance of the Energy Conservation practical work examinations for the “Qualified Energy Manager Leader Capacity Building Project” in Brunei and Myanmar
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Under the instruction and financial support of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) for the international energy usage rationalization measures program (EE&C capacity building program), the Energy Conservation Center, Japan (ECCJ) visited Brunei on December 12, 2017, and Myanmar on December 14 to attend the energy conservation practical work examinations in each state as part of the “Leader capacity building project of the qualified energy manager capacity building program”.
(1) In Brunei, ECCJ attended an energy conservation audit of a hotel, and provided guidance in auditing methods.
(2) In Myanmar, ECCJ attended an energy conservation audit of a whisky producing plant and a brick manufacturing factory, and provided guidance in energy conservation auditing methods.
ECCJ implemented energy conservation practical training in Brunei and Myanmar, attended the training and discussed the results.
(1) At a hotel in Brunei, ECCJ attended the audit and provided guidance that energy conservation proposals, such as reviewing the chiller operation methods and the indoor temperature settings, should be made based on data analysis of the audit results.
(2) ECCJ attended the energy conservation audit at a whisky plant in Myanmar, and provided guidance for data analysis based on the energy intensity.
(3) At a brick factory in Myanmar, ECCJ held a kick-off meeting and provided guidance regarding the details of data collection in the future.
(4) Based on these results, ECCJ will implement at the acceptance activity in Japan in February, leading to the certification of qualified energy managers.