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Advancing the Energy Management System in the East Asia Summit Region

Innovation, Energy

Advancing the Energy Management System in the East Asia Summit Region


This study aims to analyse the potential for deploying the Energy Management System (EMS) in the East Asia Summit (EAS) region and to propose, upon identifying the policy challenges common in the region, policy recommendations for its promotion. This study targeted five member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)--Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Viet Nam. For the first-year study, the head office (Yayasan Building) of PT PLN in Indonesia and the Nonthaburi Office of the Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) in Thailand were chosen as case studies on the potential of deploying the building management system. The potential for energy saving through implementation of affordable EMS measures and technologies in the two cases has been identified. This study will identify specific challenges in advancing EMS in the EAS region, and will propose policy options.

Full Report






List of Project Members

List of Tables

List of Figures

Executive Summary

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Overview of Energy Efficiency in the EAS Region

Chapter 3. Case Study: PT PLN (Persero) Head Office in Jakarta, Indonesia

Chapter 4. Case Study: MEA Nonthaburi District Area (Bangkok, Thailand)

Chapter 5. Interim Findings (FY2014) and the Way Forward


Yasushi Iida, Shimpei Yamamoto, Yanfei Li, Shota Inoue, Andriah Feby Misna, Ignatius Rendroyoko, Musa Partahi Marbun, Falisya Binti Noor Azam, Huzairin Bt Mohd Radzi, Yow Peng Leong, Shaun Yap, Tan Weyyean, Amaraporn Achavangkool, Wilas Chaloeysat, Duc Song Nguyen


Yanfei Li

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