Energy Management Asia Summit 2011

In the year 2010, Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak committed to reducing the nation’s carbon footprint by 40% in the next 10 years. In line with this commitment made, along with statistics which show that buildings account for almost half of the green house emissions, it is high time Malaysians start thinking of energy management

One such way is by reducing the energy consumed, but as a developing nation which relies heavily on its manufacturing industry; this will be easier said than done. Another way would be to improve the efficiency of which energy is consumed. More efficient energy consumption does not simply mean turning off the air conditioning when not in use, but rather how the output can be maintained or even improved, whilst the input is lowered.

This Energy Management Asia Summit 2011 aims to do just that, as we gather the top minds and practitioners, to discuss, dissect and come up with new innovations to improve on efficiency, reduce costs whilst improving output all at the same time.

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