Indonesia and Denmark are cooperating through an Environmental Support Programme (ESP), with the current third programme phase (ESP3) running from 2013 to 2017 (pilot projects to 2018). The overall ESP3 development objective is to support the Government of Indonesia (GoI) in reconciling economic growth with sustainable development through improved environmental management and climate change mitigation and adaptation.
The aim of national energy efficiency improvement is to support the national target on reducing energy intensity by an average of 1% per year to 2025, to achieve energy elasticity of less than 1 in 2025, and 41% reduction of total primary energy supply in 2025 against business of usual scenario. The National Energy Conservation Master Plan (RIKEN 2005) identified energy saving potential in the commercial building from electricity saving is around 25%.
In the last 10 years, the growth of energy consumption in the commercial and building sector has been the second highest after transportation at average 7.1% per year. The share of electricity consumption in commercial sector was the highest at 78% (gas 3.95%, fuel (kerosene, ADO, and IDO) 14% and LPG 3.53%). The commercial sector is considerably more heterogeneous that residential buildings, including hospitals, schools, offices, and retails. The two largest energy-using sectors are offices and retail.
An energy audit is a powerful tool to determine where, when, why and how energy is used in a facility and to identify opportunities to improve energy efficiency. The main outcome of an energy audit is a list of recommendations of energy saving measures (series of no/low, medium and investment grade measures), energy saving potential and financial analysis. The quality of an energy audit report will depend on the skills and experience of the energy auditor who conduct the energy audit. Indonesia already has a national work competency standard for energy auditors from the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration No. 614/MEN/IX/2012 (SKKNI Auditor Energi). According to the directorate of energy conservation (DGNEREEC) Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, as per October 2015, the number of certified energy auditors in Indonesia is 150. All of them are energy auditors for the industrial sector, only three of them are from Central Java Province.
ESP3 is supporting a capacity building programme to increase the number of skilled energy auditors and energy managers in Central Java Province. In order to give real experience of energy audits in the building management, there will be two energy audits in office buildings in Central Java. It is expected that the trainees will be embedded within the auditing team to shadow the energy audit. The Energy Agency of Central Java (Dinas ESDM) have proposed the Trade and Industry agency (Dinperindag), and Regional Secretary of Central Java Office Buildings to be the object of the energy auditing. The recommendations of the energy audits will be used by the respective agencies to plan the implementation of energy efficiency improvements.
The objective of the consultancy is to increase the capacity of the local energy auditors in the building management in Central Java by conducting energy auditor training, energy auditing in buildings and assessment for national certification.
Output 1: 2-day energy auditors training in the building management. A minimum of 10 trainees will participate. It is expected that the participants of the training are management staff related to energy from the audited buildings, consultants, and lecturers who will in the near future need to undertake energy audits for buildings. The training module should be developed based on ISO 50002:2014 for energy audits.
Output 2: Two energy audit reports. The consultant should provide the opportunity for the trainees to be embedded within the auditing team to shadow the audit process. This means they wil be present in all audit actions, and have the opportunity to take part in the audit process, ask questions and make comments on the process. The trainees will have an opportunity to contribute to the energy audit reports and recommendations. However, the consultant will have the responsibility to ensure the quality of the energy report and recommendations. The energy audits shall be conducted in compliance with ISO 50002:2014, level 2, detailed energy audit.
Output 3: Assessment for certification. The consultant should facilitate the trained energy auditors to apply for assessment for national certification for energy auditors for buildings.
Scope and timing:
It is expected that the assignment will be undertaken by a team of 4 experts, with combination of national and internationally experienced consultants, for a maximum of 4 man-months during the period of May 2016 to October 2016.
The total maximum all-inclusive contract sum which covers both consultant fees and reimbursables including project related expenses for workshops/trainings is DKK 600.000
Deadline for applications: 22 April 2016 at 14:00 hours, Danish time
The standard application form should be used. Applications not using the standard form may be rejected. Applications received after the time limit shall be rejected
Contact point: Royal Danish Embassy in Indonesia
Name of Programme Officer: Jacob Stensdal Hansen
Telephone of Programme Officer: 00-62 (21) 576 1478
Criteria for selection:
A minimum of three and a maximum of five applicants with references best suited for this assignment will be invited to submit a tender. The consultant company should have experience in undertaking energy audits in the building management. The consultant should familiar with ISO 50002:2014 energy audits.