Awer president S. Piarapakaran says the life cycle assessment of electric vehicles compared to their energy-efficient combustion engine equivalents is not encouraging. – EPA pic, September 18, 2022.
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A COMPREHENSIVE national energy policy ensures that the social, economic and environmental parameters are well balanced, the Association of Water and Energy Research Malaysia (AWER) said.
President S. Piarapakaran urged the government to have this in place.
“The government must look into implementing energy efficiency across the board. It is vital to ensure energy consumption patterns move towards more efficient solutions via behavioural changes, technology overhaul and retrofitting.
“Efficiency is the major parameter in keeping the energy demand curve flatter. Additionally, technological solutions chosen must be made after proper studies of life cycle analysis are done to ensure we do not end up with new environmental problems,” he told Bernama.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Economy) Mustapa Mohamed had previously reiterated the country’s commitment to a low-carbon energy transition. The national energy policy 2021-2040 is scheduled to be launched later this year.
Piarapakaran said the government must also “select and match” energy resources carefully to ensure private and public sectors do not over-invest in infrastructure.
“Targeted and efficient infrastructure developments can be done in a speedier manner,” he said, adding that a mistake in the policy will lead to irreversible damage to the economy and a devastating outcome by 2050.,
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Awer is also proposing the government develop regulations for energy efficiency in buildings enforceable on new buildings and retrofitting for existing buildings.
Piarapakaran said the regulation must improve heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, building materials and designs, insulation materials and other emerging applications.
“Through this, all buildings can be designed to be energy-efficient at the construction stage and will be able to assist in reducing peak load,” he said.
He said the inclusion of building efficiency, thermal efficiency and energy use in the transport sector in demand-side management is important for holistic energy use management.
“The optimisation of consumption by increasing efficiency will reduce energy demand. This will save billions of ringgit,” he said.
“Improving public transport is time-consuming. It is important that vehicle energy efficiency is implemented to ensure only efficient fuel-consuming vehicles are sold in Malaysia.
“This will directly reduce fuel expenses, energy demand and emission in the transport sector,” Piarapakaran said.