The training program is for non-technical and technical personnel with little to no background in finance. The course will also be relevant for people who are involved or related to EE projects identification, presentation for management approval and implementation.
• Funding options for EE projects
• Introduction to capital budgeting and understanding of key terminologies
• Common methods in evaluating EE projects and which methods to use?
• How to confirm the financial feasibility of the project?
• Examples – the use MS Excel for calculations in the financial evaluation
Main Learning Outputs include understanding suitable financial analysis method in energy efficiency projects evaluation, and conducting basic financial analysis. This is crucial to confirm the feasibility of investments in energy efficiency projects for any organization.
• Energy/sustainability managers & Registered Electrical Energy Managers.
• Energy management committee members
• Procurement/purchasing personnel
• Executives from large energy users
• Government officers/engineers/technical personnel involved in energy efficiency related retrofitting projects at federal, state & local authority levels.
• Energy management and EE consultants and practitioners.
• Facilities and asset managers.
• Asset owners, administrators & facility management companies.
• Operation and maintenance directors, managers & executives.
• Undergraduate and post- graduate engineering/technical students.
Zaini Abdul Wahab
• UNIDO Certified Energy Management System Expert
• Registered Electrical Energy Manager (REEM) with Energy Commission (EC)
• Certified Energy Auditor and Accredited Energy Measurement and Verification Professional with MAESCO.
• HRDF Certified Trainer
• Technical Auditor for ISO50001 system
• Trainer for EC approved REEM Training course by MAESCO
• Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, National University of Malaysia.