Greenhouse Gas Management Specialist Programme

Course Summary

With the introduction of Carbon Pricing in Singapore, Taxable and Reportable facilities are required to report their GHG emissions to National Environment Agency (NEA) annually. Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) and EY have launched Singapore’s first GHG Manager training program to help these facilities maintain competent individuals who can report organisation’s GHG emissions to NEA.

This program adopts a modular approach and is designed to help professionals quantify GHG emissions from emission sources applicable generically across industries.

Course Objective

Module 1: Understanding GHG emissions and its calculation methodologies

  • Overview of Climate Change and Global Warming
  • Understanding types of Carbon Footprint
  • Introductions to emission sources and types of Greenhouse gases to be considered
  • GHG calculation methodologies including IPCC, UNFCCC, etc.
  • Multiple exercises on calculation of GHG emissions

Module 2: Monitoring raw data for GHG emissions

  • Identify meters and techniques for raw data monitoring
  • Quality management principles to manage raw data
  • Exercises to identify monitoring of raw data

Module 3: NEA Reporting framework for Taxable and Reportable Facilities

  • Introduction to requirements of Carbon Pricing
  • Responsibilities of Taxable and Reportable Facilities
  • Understanding NEA’s Monitoring and Reporting Plan, including walk-through of NEA’s monitoring template
  • Process of GHG verification

Target Audience

This course is designed for professionals who seek in-depth understanding of GHG emissions and calculation methodologies. Energy Managers or other professionals responsible for monitoring and reporting GHG emissions.


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