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The Third ASEAN Best Practice Competition for Energy Management in Buildings and Industries ASEAN Energy Awards 2009

Category:

Buildings * Industries

Title of Activity / Project / Theme:


ENERGY SAVING/CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT FOR BUILDING

1. Application General Information


Name of Company : PT. MANDIRI DIPTA CIPTA Business Address : Jl. Gunung Sahari Raya No. 1 Jakarta Utara 14420 Number of Employees : 218 Type of Building/Industry : Property Management Age of Building/Industry : 5 years Nature of Business : Multi Shopping Center area, Entertainment, Hotel, Exhibition, Parking, Home office ( Rukan ) and others

Contact Person Name : Didik Kurniadi Position : Facilities Management Manager Telephone : (021) 6231 3000, Ext.1060 Fax : (021) 6231 2939 E-mail : didik_kurniadi@agungsedayu.com Project Abstract: Mangga Dua Square ( M2S ) is a Multi Shopping Complex / one stop Shopping Complex, where in Mangga Dua Square area placed : Novotel Mangga Dua Square Hotel, JITEC ( Jakarta International & Exhibition Centre ), Carrefour Hypermarket, Sands Entertainment Centre , Trade Centre, Offices, Banks, etc. The Company from Top Management, Employee, Customer, Tenants are supporting to utilize energy consumption (Gas, Water, Electricity) etc in order to make more efficient to use and to keep our environment clean. Managing the operation of utilities such as : Chiller Aircondition Unit, AHU/FCU/Split unit, Escalator, Travelator with installing energy saver device and rescheduling operation time. Our Committee of Energy Conservation which was established last year, from several activity has achieved some data base on internal audit. A) Loses base on solar gain thru roof, window glass RTTV = 29 W/M2 (Standard maximum 45 Watt/M2 = 1743 KW, or equal to : 495,21 TR ( 1 KW 0,284 TR) B) loses due to infiltration = Rp 107.860.000,-/month C) Losses from exhaust kitchen = 13,82 TR = Rp 7.114.476/month this activity inviting all Employees, Tenant of Mangga Dua Square.

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2. CERTIFICATION AND ENDORSEMENT


The Mangga Dua Square hereby agreed to allow the ASEAN Board of Judges and other experts that may be designated by ACE to visit the building/factory and verify the authenticity of the data. However, two weeks advance notice is required to allow for necessary arrangements. We also hereby agreed that ACE can publish the whole submission in ACE publications and website, without any prior consent of the owner of the buildings and industries (factories). If the submission will be published in other publications, the consent of the concerned building and industry (factory) would be required. We, the undersigned certified that the information given is true and accurate and prepared with the consent of the party/ies involved.

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Eva Lioe General Manager Mangga Dua Square Telephone : (021) 6231 3000, Ext. 1111 Fax : (021) 6231 3338 E-mail : Eva_lioe@agungsedayu.com

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Didik Kurniadi Facilities Management Manager Mangga Dua Square Telephone : (021) 6231 3000, Ext. 1060 Fax : (021) 6231 2939
E-mail : didik_kurniadi@agungsedayu.com

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Ibu Indarti Head of Energy Conservation Division Jl. HR. Rasuna Said Blok X-2, Kav. 7-8 Kuningan, Jakarta 12950 Telephone : (021) 522 4483 Fax : (021) 522 4483

Email

: indarti_sht@yahoo.com

For further inquiries, please contact : Mr. Christopher G. Zamora ASEAN Centre for Energy 6th Floor, Jl. HR Rasuna Said, Blok X-2 Kav. 07-08 Kuningan, Jakarta 12950, Indonesia Tel.: (6221 527-9332) Fax: (6221 527-9350),

E-mail: christopher@aseanenergy.org

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PROJECT PREVIEW
COMPANY BACK GROUND Agung Sedayu Group is a well known Profesional Property Developer in Indonesia with retail, commercial building, housing and apartment development, where Mangga Dua Square ( MDS ) is the one that built in 2004. With experience more than 30 years in the business, Agung Sedayu Group is the best location choice and the valuable investment. Holding Certificate SGS No. ID 04 / 0416.

For information, we have equipments : Engine Gas ( Natural Gas ) : 2,000 kW 12 units Chiller ( Centrifugal Type ) : 1400 TR 5 units, supporting by 5 unit Primary Chilled water pumps and 5 unit Secondary Chilled Water Pumps AHU : 186 units at Mall + Carrefour 16 units + Sands 36 units AHU ( FCU 122 units ) Lift ( Elevator ) : 16 units Escalator : 90 units Travelator : 10 units The approach of saving exercises is by increasing the chiller water leaving temperature and giving understanding for Tenant participation on conserving energy setting up room/several area temperature at 25 C. This would decrease the difference of the chilled water temperature and those influence the tonnage and power usage. The optimizations operate by Building Automation System and Chiller Management. This achieve energy saving : = 143.640 Kwh/Month x Rp. 1.100/Kwh = Rp. 158.004.000,- = USD 15.048/Month

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1. IMPACT
1.1 Energy Saving Electrical
ELECTRICAL FY'08

Thousands

6,000 5,000 4,110 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 AVG Apr-07 May-07 Jun-07 Jul-07 Aug-07 Sep-07 Oct-07 Nov-07 Dec-07 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 AVG FY'06 FY'07 AVG FY'08 4,763 4,873 4,665 4,813 4,731 4,582 4,741 4,765 5,040 4,816 4,860 4,519 4,733 4,788

Fig. 1.1.1 Energy consumption in FY08 ( Apr07 to Mar08 )

Average Energy Cosumption 2006 Average Energy Cosumption 2007 Average Energy Cosumption 2008 Average Tenant Occupancy 2006 Average Tenant Occupancy 2007 Average Tenant Occupancy 2008 Average Tenant Occupancy 2009
10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 AVG FY'06 AVG FY'07

: 4.110 Kwh (thousands) : 4.733 Kwh (thousands) : 4.788 Kwh (thousands) : 55.93% : 60.23% : 72.07% : 79.35%

Comparison from Tenant occupancy compare with electricity consume, saving = 141.000 Kwh/Month

Water
9,123 7,418 6,274

31.22% Water Reduction = 7.605 M/Year

AVG FY'08

Fig. 1.1.2 Decreasing of average water consumption

60,000 50,000

Gas
56,839 41,196 41,888 53,999

40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 AVG FY'06 AVG FY'07 AVG FY'08 AVG FY'09

Increasing of Tenants occupant, some of them are Cafetaria, Restaurant. Potential Saving = 2.840 M/Month Compare with occupancy Year 2008 to Year 2009

Fig. 1.1.3 Average Gas consumption FY06 to FY08

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1.2 Environment Effect Reduce CO2 Gas Emission


Table. 1.2.1 Table Data Exhaust Gas from Gas Engine Gas Quality O2 (%) CO2 (%) TA (0C) Eff (%) TS (0C) EA (%) GAS Engine 2 8.7 9.1 38 74.4 410 69 GAS Engine 3 9.4 6.5 44 68.7 388 73 GAS Engine 4 8.8 6.8 49.5 69.1 394 65 GAS Engine 7 9.3 6.5 48.5 68 397 71 GAS Engine 12 8.3 7.1 49.5 70.1 388 59

Table. 1.2.2 data table exhaust gas from Gas Engine Technology Combine Cycle Unit Net Power (MW) 1.85 Net Heat Rate (BTU/kWh) 7.587 (kCal/kWh) 1.911 Thermal Eff (%) 50

Total Co 2 from Gas Engine Exhaust = 7, 5% x 5.225.092 kCal/hours = 391.882 Kcal/hours potential reduce emission. Acid Sensor System for Rain Water

Fig. 1.2.1 Control Valve Acid Sensor

Fig. 1.2.2 Acid Sensor

A sustainable rain water system management system has been used in the Building, to conserve water and reducing dependency of treated water from city water and Deep Well especially during raining season. The collected water is mainly used irrigating the plants in the Building. The above system ( acid sensor ) if PH between 6 ~ 7 the valve will be open automatically for rain water flow to rain water tank at Basement 2.

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This equipment conserves water average 80 M/Day during raining season. = Rp. 12.550 x 80 M/Day = Rp. 1.004.000 = USD 96/Day 1.3 Economic Effect 1.3.1 Investment

Fig. 1.3.1.1 Auto sensor escalator

- Average working hours escalator/days = 13 Hours


Item Investment Without Inverter After Inverter
5.409 Kwh/Years 3.036 Kwh/Years

Savings
2.373 Kwh/Years

Potential Savings
= 2.737 x Rp. 1.100 = Rp. 2.610.300/Years

Electrical

Escalator Investment

= USD 248/Years Absorption Chiller

Co-Gen

Rp

11,612,702,650

Rp

12,779,843,300

= USD 1.217.128/Years

1.3.2 Payback Period Co-Gen ( Co Generation ) Investment Scheme : a. Investment Scheme with loan system Bank interest 18% (assumption flat) Loan Period for 3 years Cash Outflow 3 years period

Fig. 1.3.2.1 Co-Gen Power Plant

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Fig. 1.3.2.2 Flue Gas Quality

Co-Generation Value : - NPV > 0 or NPV = Rp 53.511.361.489,- Bank Interest = 18 % - PI >1


Item Escalator Electrical Investment Co-Gen Absorption Chiller
Rp 11,612,702,650 Rp 12,779,843,300

Inspection Result Without Inverter After Inverter


5.409 Kwh/Years 3.036 Kwh/Years

Savings
2.373 Kwh/Years

Pay back Period 4 Years

12 Months

1.4 Energy Efficiency Index


ELECTRICAL
Thousands

5,000 4,733 4,700 4,400 4,100 3,800 3,500 AVG FY'06

1.16% Increase
4,788

15.16% Increase
4,110

As we inform previously that our just Mall established on year 2004, the electrical Consumption increase due to increasing Occupancy from 60.23 % to 72.07 %, and year 2008 average 4.788.000 Kwh/Month Energy consumption Index : year 2008

184 Kwh/sqm/year
AVG FY'07 AVG FY'08

Fig. 1.4.1 Increasing of average energy consumption due to occupancy increase for 16 %

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2. SUSTAINABILITY
2.1 Level of Participation and Involvement 1. Conservation of energy thru operational discipline and procedure 2. Conservation of energy thru retrofitting activity - Water conservation makes use Air Handling Unit condensate water for Cooling Tower Chiller. This Conserves water usage of 900 M/Month = Rp. 11.295.000 = USD 1.076/Month - Recycle waste water thru Sewage Treatment Plant use for Cooling Tower Chiller, and flushing Toilet This activity conserve of 6.000 M/Month = Rp. 75.300.000 = USD 7.171/Month 3. Tenants participation on conserving energy

Attached picture was install in every Toilet Inform Tenant to participate utilized water Consume.
Fig. 2.1.1 Tenants Participation on conserving energy

2.2 Top Level Management Commitment The top management acknowledges the importance of energy as a necessary resource for successfully managing the operations of Mangga Dua Square Building Management. The resource must be used responsibility in a manner that is sustainable and complementary to the energy management policy. In addressing this statement, the management will : Incorporate energy efficiency measures including alternative and emerging technologies, into all and new facilities through best practice in energy efficient. Maintain all equipment and control and manage systems and energy infrastructure in such a way to reduce energy wastage. Promote awareness of the responsibility for energy conservation to all employees, tenant by using energy in efficient manner, including the operation of personal equipment and environment. Strive to procure, distribute and maintain energy resources at the adequate cost. What management activities have been implemented ? Energy Efficiency Measures : - Air conditioning control ( Chiller, AHU, FCU ) Etc. - Reducing night base loads. - Purchase of energy efficient equipment bulb.

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Identification, development and implementation of awareness programmed among Employees : - Trainings - Ad hoc programs - Continuous energy campaign

2.3 Short and Long Term Plan Down light efficiency replacing bulb for Public lighting.
Existing Upgrade

Bulb HQITS 70W

Bulb PLC 2 x 18W

Keeping almost the same lumen : - HQITS 70 W = 230 Lux - PLC 2 x 18 W = 235 Lux Total replacement within 15 month = 3.843 Ea HQITS 70 W Type

Potential Saving = 52.580/Kwh/Month

Arrange Gathering Meeting among Top and Middle Management for Energy Conservation, and come up for the idea and activity as below. - Poster and slogan contest for reduce, reuse, recycle contest - Energy efficient contest among Department and Outsourcing - Submit and idea that will be impact to energy usage in Our Building

Campaign for this strategy : Reduce : Reduce exceed quantity, pressure, temperature, speed, light, etc Re use : Reuse waste energy Recycle : Recycle the waste energy Repair : Improve predictive maintenance to reduce equipment break down Off : Turn of un necessary light, equipment, etc

Fig. 2.3.1 Campaign of energy saving program

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2.4 Organization The committee members of the Energy Team are : a) Facilities, Environment & Energy Manager b) Safety, Environment & Energy Coordinator c) Safety, Environment & Energy Supervisor d) Safety, Environment & Energy Staff e) Quality Assurance Manager f) Quality Assurance Supervisor

Facilities Mgt, Environment & Energy Manager

Quality Assurance Manager

Safety, Environment & Energy Coordinator

Safety, Environment & Energy Supervisor

Quality Assurance Supervisor

Safety, Environment & Energy Staff

Fig. 2.4.1 Weekly meeting. Employees participation in executing program of saving energy by discussion.

Fig. 2.4.2 M2S Energy conservation committee organization

The Committees responsibilities are : 1. Conduct energy conservation committee meeting weekly, and brains storming. 2. Report progressive and succeeds of each projects to management M2S. 3. Assignment target and plan for energy conservation of company. 4. Introduction to technical energy analysis and invite consultant professional to consultant and propose for energy audit. 5. Gather all meter utility consumption data from the past. 6. Follow up result and continuous improvement. 2.5 Capacity Building 2.5.1 Management Energy Saving Program As we realized the necessity & limitation of energy resources and in 2008 Mangga Dua Square announces for Maximizing Energy Utilization policy, tight controlling energy consumption between supply and tenant occupancy also our visitor to our Mall, some strategy has been informed to employee regarding energy conservation activities. (Targeted reduce energy consumption 3% below on 2009 compare to year 2008) stated in Balance Score Card. Activity dash board. 2.5.2 Educational Training

Fig. 2.5.1.1 Educational Training

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3. REPLICABILITY
3.1 Management Practices and Measures Preventive & Energy Management

Fig. 3.1.1 Cooling Tower

Chiller characteristic : If chilled water temperature high, chiller operate high efficiency

Fig. 3.1.2 Chiller temperatures

Example Energy Management : 1. Elevator

Table 3.1.1 Elevator (lift) operation schedule

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2. Lighting

Table 3.1.2 Lighting operation schedule

Improvement of Parking Fan Operation Schedule

Fig. 3.1.3 Parking Area at Basement 2

7:00

8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 21:00

h 12.5 6.5

Now

B2 Floor Parking Fan: 18 Units, 646 kW, Load factor: 0.8 (presumption)

CASE- A

6 6.5

CASE- B 6

Effect : Electricity Reduction = 646 x 0.8 x ( 12.56.25 ) x 35 = 1.178.950 kWh/Years

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Example : Saving energy by changing the operating mode of parking lot ventilation fans (1)
50% reduction of electric power Parking lot ventilation fan power chart
Mode-1: Daily watt-hours (Nov 12th) Mode-2: Daily watt hours (Nov 11th )

120000 100000
Watthours (wh)

80000 60000 40000 20000 0


Mode-3: Daily watt-hours 55 kW (Nov 13th)

Nov11thwatt-hours

Nov 12th watt-hours

Nov 13th watt-hours

8:0

9:3

11:0

12:3

14:0

15:3 Time

17:0

18:3

20:0

21:3

Fig. 3.1.4 Parking lot ventilation fan power

Efficiency lighting outdoor at Pagoda Food City


Calculation of Efficiency Lighting Outdoor PAGODA FOOD CITY Before Efficiency After Efficiency Description Volume Unit Volume Unit Total Operational Hours 6 Hours 6 Hours Total Day Operational 30 Days 30 Days Total power supplied (100 A ) 65.74 kva 65.74 kva Total power used 26.12 KW 7.63 KW A. Lampion lamp ( 220 pcs ) 18 Watt/ea 7 Watt/ea B. Spotlight PAR ( 277 pcs ) 80 Watt/ea 22 Watt/ea Subscription fee (per 31,000 Rp 31,000 Rp KVA/month) Usage charge ( per KWH ) 990 Rp 990 Rp Public Lighting Tax fee ( PPJU ) 3 % 3 % Cos 1 1 Detail : Calculation of Electric Consumption Cost : TOTAL COST = SUBSCRIPTION FEE + USAGE CHARGE + PUBLIC LIGHTING TAX FEE A. Subscription fee 2,037,940 Rp 2,037,940 Rp B. Usage Charge 4,654,584 Rp 1,360,379 Rp C. Subscription fee 200,776 Rp 101,950 Rp D. Total Cost 6,893,300 Rp 3,500,268 Rp

No. 1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9

Fig. 3.1.5 Pagoda Food City Night life hawker

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Potential Saving Electricity Consumption : = Rp. 6.893.300 Rp. 3.500.268 = Rp. 3.393.032/Month ( 49.22% ) = USD 323/Month 3.2 Technology Building Automation System (BAS) To Monitor and Control various Mechanical and electrical device and feature program are : - Controlling on/off Air Handling Unit. - Controlling on/off Split Unit in pre lobby area. - Parameter set points on AC system temperature. - Inform to our operator if the filter of Air Handling Unit Dirty. - Control motorize valve inlet to AHU and FCU. Indoor air quality setting temperature : 24 25 Degree Celsius and average RH 57 % Computerized based system responsible for Controlling and monitoring AC-Chillers, Chilled Condenser water pumps and Cooling Towers Automatic Operations.

Fig. 3.2.1 Building Automation System ( BAS )

Fig. 3.2.2 CWORKS CMMS

Computer Maintenance Management System ( CMMS ) For year 2009 our Management has been decided to Implement through CWORKS CMMS program, this system will guide us for : - Work Order Management - Planning and scheduling in Preventive Maintenance - Asset Management and Tracking - Resource Management - Management Report Installing Load Shedding Control Devices Installed in low voltage main distribution panel ( LVMDP ) No. 1, 9, and 10 where total electric power supplied form Gas Engine 12 X 1500 kW ( 80 % load ) = 18.000 kW

Fig. 3.2.3 Arrow Load Shedding Control Devices

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When the load comparison between PLN and gas engine generator is assumed = 5000 kVA to 8000 kVA with 20 KV automatic synchronize system. The load shedding control device will control the frequency so that stabilizing above 48,5 Hz and can be setted according to requirement ( pictures with red arrow ). Currently has been installed 3 units of load shadding control device for 3 of our LVMDP where those panels supplying electricity for chilled water pumps condenser water pumps and for the chillers themselves. In case of the electric supply by PLN/Grid trip and the electric frequency is decreasing then the load shading control device will automaticaly shut down the electric supply for each particular LVMDP at the same time.
AVERAGE DAILY LOAD CHARACTERISTIC
12000.000

10000.000

8000.000 LOAD (kWh) 6000.000 Eng. Load [MW] PLN Load [MW] Total [MW]

4000.000

2000.000

0.000 0:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:0012:0013:00 14:00 15:0016:00 17:0018:0019:0020:0021:0022:00 23:00 TIME

Fig. 3.2.4 Daily Load Characteristic

0:00 Eng. Load PLN Load Total [MW] [MW] [MW] 3561.100 816.233 4377.333

1:00 3482.633 780.000 4262.633

2:00 3363.567 704.233 4067.800

3:00 3142.633 500.267 3642.900

4:00 2991.033 445.233 3436.267

5:00 2417.900 377.400 2795.300

6:00 1566.533 854.267 2420.800

7:00 1551.367 1037.567 2588.933

8:00 1832.600 1955.233 3787.833

9:00 3285.467 3280.167 6565.633

10:00 4739.567 3289.567 8029.133

11:00 5158.633 3671.333 8829.967

12:00 Eng. Load PLN Load Total [MW] [MW] [MW] 5250.400 4000.033 9250.433

13:00 5520.367 3933.700 9454.067

14:00 5563.300 3853.400 9416.700

15:00 7075.733 2738.900 9814.633

16:00 8804.367 1160.433 9964.800

17:00 9365.967 750.833 10116.800

18:00 10195.000 317.733 10512.733

19:00 10251.667 177.800 10429.467

20:00 9750.500 113.467 9863.967

21:00 9077.433 91.800 9169.233

22:00 6908.733 108.933 7017.667

23:00 3910.167 859.767 4769.933

Potential Saving due to installing Load Shedding Devices = Rp. 279.159.051/Month = USD 26.587/Month We always monitor of daily consumption load if there is losses of energy, or if there is any sudden load can be monitored immediately.

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9.2% 25.8% Mall Outdoor Air-Con 4.8% 5.5% 54.7% Pump ES C.&Lift Tenant
Fig. 3.2.5 Electrical load percentage

Energy Consumption & Energy Source parallel between electrical supply from Grid and Gas Engine

Fig. 3.2.6 Energy consumption PLN and Gas Engines

Gas Engine [KWH] 90,000 Gas Engine [KWH] 90,000 PLN [KWH] PLN [KWH] 80,000 80,000 70,000 70,000 60,000 60,000 50,000 50,000 40,000 40,000 30,000 30,000 20,000 20,000 10,000 10,000 0 0 00:00 - 10:00 10:00 - 18:00 18:00 - 22:00 22:00 - 24:00 00:00 - 10:00 10:00 - 18:00 18:00 - 22:00 22:00 - 24:00

Total Total

4. FUTURE ENERGY CONSERVATION/IMPROVEMENT ACTIVITIES


Future main improvement activities - Additional Double Door at Main Entrance Door to reduce losses because of air infiltration. Potential Saving = 209.52 TR x 1.1 kw/TR x 12 hr/day x 30 day/month x 1100 rph/wh = Rp. 91.266.912/Month = USD 8.693/Month Pay back period = 11 Months Total = 16 access doors

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