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The presentation focuses on the practice of energy efficiency and energy audit. Besides, it gives a brief introduction of Asian Productivity Organization. What's more, green productivity methodology can be found as well. For more information, please contact: K D Bhardwaj Senior Program Officer Industry Department, APO [email protected]

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  • Practice-oriented WorkshopPractice-oriented Workshop on Energy Audits and Energyon Energy Audits and Energy EfficiencyEfficiency K D Bhardwaj Senior Program Officer, Industry Department Asian Productivity Organization 2 June 2014
  • 2 I. About APO Divider Slide - No Image
  • About the APO History: Envisioned in the Asian Round Table Productivity Conference held in Tokyo in1959 as a regional intergovernmental organization for productivity Established the Asian Productivity Organization (APO) on 11 May 1961 Celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2011 We are : Non-political Non-profit Non-discriminatory
  • Our members 20 member economies of the Asia-Pacific region Membership open to countries which are members of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)
  • Our Vision and Mission
  • APOs Strategic Directions Strengthen NPOs and promote the development of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and communities. Catalyze innovation-led productivity growth Promoting Green Productivity
  • Organizational chart
  • NPO Projects APO Secretariat Membership contributions, special grants Request, suggestions, Evaluation Deputation of experts, sponsoring individual-country study mission Research reports, publications and audio-visual training materials Industries Academia Labor Unions Others Government Member Countries Sending participants Hosting projects Planning Organiz- ation Seminars Symposia Training Courses Study meetings Surveys Study missions Environment Agriculture Dept. Administrative and Finance Dept. Industry Dept. Information and Public Relations Research and Planning Dept. Agricultural Organization Projects in Collaboration with NPOs Dept. Dept. Three Types A. Multi B. Limited C. Individual
  • Funding Annual membership contribution based on gross national income/gross domestic product (74%) Special cash grants Project implementation grants given by member governments (project hosting county) Miscellaneous income: publication, participation fee, interest income
  • 10 II. Green Productivity (GP) Divider Slide - No Image
  • Background of GP Program 1961 Birth of APO 1992: Rio Earth Summit 1993-94:Basic Research Project on the Environment and Productivity 1994: Established Committee on Environment (COE) 1994: GP Program was launched with the special grant from the Government of Japan 1996: World Conference on GP 1997-2002: Defining GP and Creating Projects 2002: Participated in the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in Johannesburg 2002: 2nd World Conference on GP
  • Ensures profitability Enhances Quality of Life What is Green Productivity Green Productivity (GP) is a strategy for enhancing productivity and environmental performance for sustainable socio-economic development. It is the application of appropriate productivity and environmental management tools, techniques, technologies to reduce the environmental impact of organizations activities for products and services. Green Productivity (GP) is a strategy for enhancing productivity and environmental performance for sustainable socio-economic development. It is the application of appropriate productivity and environmental management tools, techniques, technologies to reduce the environmental impact of organizations activities for products and services. Reduces environmental impact
  • Green Productivity Environment & Development
  • Getting StartedGetting Started PlanningPlanningPlanning Generation and Evaluation of GP Options Generation and Evaluation of GP Options Generation and Evaluation of GP Options Sustaining GPSustaining GP Monitoring and Review Monitoring and Review Implementation of GP Options Implementation of GP Options Implementation of GP Options I II III IV V VI GP Methodology
  • GP- Methodology STEP I: GETTING STARTEDSTEP I: GETTING STARTED TASK 1 -TEAM FORMATIONTASK 1 -TEAM FORMATION TASK 2 -WALK THROUGH SURVEY & INFORMATION COLLECTIONTASK 2 -WALK THROUGH SURVEY & INFORMATION COLLECTION STEP II: PLANNINGSTEP II: PLANNING TASK 3 -IDENTIFICATION OF PROBLEMSTASK 3 -IDENTIFICATION OF PROBLEMS TASK 4 -SETTING OBJECTIVES & TARGETSTASK 4 -SETTING OBJECTIVES & TARGETS STEP III: GENERATION, & EVALUATIONSTEP III: GENERATION, & EVALUATION OF GP OPTIONSOF GP OPTIONS TASK 5 -GENERATION OF GP OPTIONSTASK 5 -GENERATION OF GP OPTIONS TASK 6 -SCREENING & EVALUATION OF GP OPTIONSTASK 6 -SCREENING & EVALUATION OF GP OPTIONS TASK 7 - FORMATION OF GP IMPLEMENTATION PLANTASK 7 - FORMATION OF GP IMPLEMENTATION PLAN STEP IV: IMPLEMENTATION OF GP OPTIONSSTEP IV: IMPLEMENTATION OF GP OPTIONS TASK 8 -IMPLEMENTATION OF SELECTED GP OPTIONSTASK 8 -IMPLEMENTATION OF SELECTED GP OPTIONS TASK 9 -TRAINING, AWARENESS BUILDING &TASK 9 -TRAINING, AWARENESS BUILDING & DEVELOPING COMPETENCEDEVELOPING COMPETENCE STEP V: MONITORING & REVIEWSTEP V: MONITORING & REVIEW TASK 10 -MONITORING & EVALUATION OF RESULTTASK 10 -MONITORING & EVALUATION OF RESULT TASK 11 -MANAGEMENT REVIEWTASK 11 -MANAGEMENT REVIEW STEP VI: SUSTAINING GPSTEP VI: SUSTAINING GP TASK 12 -INCORPORATE CHANGES INTO ORGANIZATION,STASK 12 -INCORPORATE CHANGES INTO ORGANIZATION,S SYSTEM OF MANAGEMNETSYSTEM OF MANAGEMNET TASK 13 -IDENTIFYING NEW/ADDITIONAL PROBLEM AREASTASK 13 -IDENTIFYING NEW/ADDITIONAL PROBLEM AREAS FRO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMNETFRO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMNET
  • GP its programs Introduced in 1994, through a special grant from the Government of Japan, as a practical way to answer the challenges of sustainable development The aim propagate a GP consciousness within the Asia-Pacific region Example of APO GP projects: Training of Trainers on Green Productivity Eco-products International Fair Workshop on Eco Design Workshop on Energy Efficiency Workshop on Energy Management Workshop on ISO 50001 Workshop on Material Flow Cost Accounting
  • Practice-Oriented Workshop on Energy Audits and Energy Efficiency Objectives To provide industry managers and professionals with an opportunity to understand a practical approach to and practices of energy efficiency and energy audits To enable them to reduce energy consumption and improve energy performance in organizations Expectation Follow-up activities conducted and results achieved by you should be reported back to APO within 6 months.
  • Do we have time to wait??? 100 years = 36,500 days Say average life expectancy is 70 years (or active life) 70 x 365 = 25,550 days Say age, as of today, is 35 years 25,550 (35 X 365) = 12,775 days !!!
  • Do we have time to wait??? Now assume, we sleep 6 hours/day 12,775 X 6 hrs = 76,650 hrs for sleep 76,650 : 24 hrs = 3,194 days for sleep 12,775 3,194 = 9,581 days
  • Do we have time to wait??? Now assume, we work 8 hours per day 9,581 days X 8 hrs = 76,648 hrs for work 76,648/24 hrs = 3,193days for work
  • Do we have time to wait??? Now, we work 5 days a week 2 days (no work) out of 7 days 912 days (no work) out of 3,193 days Actual Work Days left 3193 912 days = 2,281*days (*Other holidays and sick leaves not counted) We do not have time to waste
  • Thank you! K D Bhardwaj Senior Program Officer Industry Department, APO [email protected]