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INGENIEUR Dashboard system, which can then be used as a basis for the planning of energy savings initiatives. Procurement Strategy: Energy Performance Contract (EPC) Energy Performance Contract (EPC) is an innovative contract that is entered into between any Malaysia Airports subsidiary and an Energy Service Company (ESCO) to finance a cost-effective energy efficiency project. There is no capital expenditure from Malaysia Airports but is shared in terms of cost savings from the project. In 2015, an EPC Framework was established and endorsed by management which is Figure 3: KLIA Annual Solar Power Performance applicable to all airports under MAHB. One Source : MAHB Sustainability Report 2017 of the energy projects that applied this concept is LED High Mast at KL International Airport and Penang International Airport that helped save of coal burnt for power generation. The total 2.4 million kWh yearly, which is equivalent to 76% cumulative contribution of the solar PV system savings compared to using conventional metal at KLIA was recorded at 75,233 MWh from 2014 halides. until 2017, equivalent to 55,750 tCO 2 . RENEWABLE ENERGY KLIA has 19MW solar photovoltaic (PV) Systems located at the KLIA Ground Mount (5MW), Roof Top Contact Pier and Satellite Building (4MW) as well as Long Term Car Park (10MW), commissioned in Nov 2013. The main purpose of this project is to reduce carbon emissions and dependency on the electricity grid while supporting the MAHB’s Energy Policy to reduce carbon emissions by 40% by 2020, as pledged by the Prime Minister at the time in Copenhagen (COP-15), in December 2009. The project was supported by Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA) and Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) under Feed In-Tariff (F-i-T) programme. The Solar PV at KLIA Ground Mount is connected to TNB grid and 14MW is connected to KLIA’s internal grid. Solar PV systems are able to generate an average of 18,808 MWh, equivalent to a reduction of 13,938 tCO 2 per year and reducing the dependency on the electricity grid by 7% yearly. This reduction is equivalent to 2,097 houses that use electrical energy for one year and reduces 6,989 tonnes 6 72 VOL VOL 75 55 JULY-SEPTEMBER JUNE 2013 2018 Energy Management System, EnMS 50001:2011 In 2017, the Kota Kinabalu International Airport became the first airport to be certified with ISO 50001:2011, which is a voluntary standard that details the continuous improvement of quality and environmental management through the development of an Energy Management System (EnMS). The standard specifies requirements applicable to energ y use, including the measurement, documentation and reporting, design and procurement practices for equipment, systems, processes and personnel that contribute to energy performance. Green Building Recognition KLIA’s second terminal - KLIA2 was designed to be an icon among energy efficient buildings in Malaysia, with a wide range of innovative initiatives addressing the seven criteria of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). In achieving these initiatives, the KLIA2 Terminal Building was awarded the LEED Gold rating and KLIA2’s Integrated Complex was awarded the LEED Silver rating in June 2017. On the environmental front, KLIA was awarded the Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific