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1.3 Major Amendments of the Law concerning the Rational Use of Energy (2)
Year Amendment Items amended
on 30 March
3rd amendment Enforcement of additional energy conservation measures on all industries (Strengthening in the residential and commercial sector in particular).
Extension of the scope of designated energy management factories (2nd class designated energy management factory).
Imposition of obligation on the 1st class designated energy management factories for submission of mid-&long-term plans.
Major amendment of the examination system (facilitating examinations).
  • Examination day (2days 1day)
  • Examination exemption system with passed subjects
2002 4th amendment Abolition of specifying 5 industries for the 1st class designated energy management factories.
Imposition of obligation on 2nd class designated energy management factories for submission of periodical report.

1.4 System of the "Law Concerning the Rational Use of Energy"

1.5 Outline of the Revised Energy Conservation Law
Major points of the revised energy conservation law
Abolition of the restrictions on the scope of
Type 1 Designated Energy Management Factories
The range of designated businesses coming under Type 1 Designated Energy Management Factories was changed from five categories(note), such as manufacturing, to all businesses.
(Note) Manufacturing, mining, electricity supply, gas supply, heat supply
Introduction of exemption from the obligation to nominate
an Energy Manager
With regard to large office buildings, etc., it may be unnecessary to nominate an expert who is a licensed energy manager for each building, but, instead, it is only necessary to ensure that a licensed energy manager is involved in the work of drawing up the mid-to-long term plan.
To obligate Type 2 Designated Energy Management Factories to submit
a Periodical Report
To establish a system in which the country can assess the status of energy usage as accurately as possible and to take more adequate measures, the submission of periodical reports on the status of energy use, etc., became an obligation instead of just requiring the recording of usage.

1.6 Major Points of the Revised Government Ordinance for the Energy Conservation Law
Requirements applied to the Type 1 Designated Enterprises
In accordance with the abolition of the application of Type 1
Energy Management Factories to limited business sectors, the requirements for Type 1 Designated Enterprises that are not obligated to nominate an Energy Manager are as follows:

1)The owners of factories and operations other than for manufacturing, mining, electricity supply, gas supply and heat supply (e.g. office buildings, department stores, hotels, schools, hospitals, playgrounds, etc.)
2)The factory owners with offices for manufacturing, mining, electricity supply, gas supply and heat supply operations

1.7 1st Class Designated Energy Management Factories Number of Energy Managers Required
Required numbers of Energy Manager are as follows.
According to annual energy consumption
Designated Heat Management FactoriesCokes producing, Electric power producing, Gas supplyingand District heat supplying 3,000~ 100,000 kL/y 1
100,000 kL/y- 2
Designated Heat Management Factories other than above 3,000~20,000 kL/y 1
20,000~50,000 kL/y 2
50,000~100,000 kL/y 3
100,000 kL/y- 4
Designated Electricity Management Factory 12~200 Million kWh/y 1
200~500 Millon kWh/y 2
500 Million kWh/y- 3

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