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					       ENERGY AND WATER
     MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
                        2 – 6 AUGUST 2010
THE VWSA-DAAD INTERNATIONAL CHAIR IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING IN
COLLABORATION WITH THE SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
(SAIEE) AND THE PORT ELIZABETH REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND
INDUSTRY (PERCCI) WILL BE PRESENTING AN ENGINEERING WORKSHOP AT THE
NELSON MANDELA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY (NMMU) FROM THE 2ND TO THE
6TH OF AUGUST 2010.

THE WORKSHOP WILL BE PRESENTED OVER A ONE WEEK PERIOD AND WILL FOCUS
ON REAL CASE STUDIES IN REDUCING ENERGY AND WATER CONSUMPTION TO
ENSURE A COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENT.
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ENERGY AND WATER MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
 FOR   THE SUSTAINABLE OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE THERE IS AN

 URGENT NEED TO MANAGE RESOURCES SUCH AS ENERGY AND WATER MORE EFFECTIVELY.          THIS   IS

 DUE TO SCARCITY OF SAID RESOURCES AND THE IMPENDING COST INCREASES.        MORE   EFFICIENT

 UTILISATION OF THESE RESOURCES IS NEEDED TO ENSURE COMPETITIVENESS IN A GLOBAL MARKET.

 THE   OPERATIONAL COSTS OF INTER ALIA MANUFACTURING, COMMERCE, ACADEMIC INSTITUTES AND

 HOSPITALS ARE DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO ENERGY AND WATER UTILISATION AND ASSOCIATED

 COSTS AND THE AVAILABILITY THERE-OFF IS MISSION CRITICAL


                       OBJECTIVES OF THE WORKSHOP ARE TO:

  ESTABLISH AN OVERALL AWARENESS    FOR THE NEED OF EFFECTIVE ENERGY AND WATER

   MANAGEMENT IN INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE;

  FACILITATE   THE OVERALL EMPOWERMENT OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE TO ENABLE THE

   SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT OF ENERGY AND WATER RESOURCES;

  DEMONSTRATE THROUGH CASE STUDIES THE BENEFITS OF ACCURATE     MEASUREMENT, DATA

   COLLECTION AND INFORMATION INTERPRETATION

  IDENTIFY POSSIBLE ENERGY AND WATER SAVING   STRATEGIES

  IDENTIFY TRAINING NEEDS AND DEVELOP SHORT LEARNING PROGRAMMES      IN SUPPORT OF THE

   INITIATIVE


                        WORKSHOP ATTENDEES CAN INCLUDE:

 INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE MANAGERS AND CEO’S
 FACILITIES MANAGERS
 PLANT ENGINEERING MANAGERS AND TEAMS
  LOCAL AUTHORITIES IN ENERGY AND WATER DISTRIBUTION
  ACADEMIC AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT STAFF    OF ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS
ENERGY AWARENESS                                                           MONDAY 2 AUGUST
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PRESENTER: MR. SAREL SCHOOMBIE




 MR SCHOOMBIE      WAS APPOINTED AS LECTURER IN THE                  PE
 TECHNIKON DEPARTMENT       OF   ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING        IN   1981
 AND HAS SINCE BEEN PROMOTED TO             HEAD   OF   DEPARTMENT   AND

 APPOINTED   AS    DIRECTOR      OF    THE     NMMU        SCHOOL     OF

 ENGINEERING IN JANUARY 2007.
                                                                            Mr Schoombie

 MR SCHOOMBIE     IS A REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL             TECHNOLOGIST    AND ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE

 ENGINEERING COUNCIL     OF      SOUTH AFRICA (ECSA). HE              SERVES ON THE      TECHNOLOGY
 PROGRAMME ACCREDITATION COMMITTEE AS A REPRESENTATIVE OF                   HIGHER EDUCATION SOUTH
 AFRICA (HESA)    AND HAS SERVED ON NUMEROUS UNIVERSITY ACCREDITATIONS.                 HE   IS A SENIOR

 MEMBER OF THE    SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE           OF   ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS (SAIEE)        AND IS VICE

 CHAIRMAN OF THE   EASTERN CAPE BRANCH. HE SERVES ON THE EAST CAPE MIDLANDS COLLEGE
 ACADEMIC    BOARD    AND     ON      THE    MANAGEMENT       COMMITTEES     OF   THE   VWSA-DAAD
 INTERNATIONAL CHAIR IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING AND THE GM CHAIR IN MECHATRONICS.


TOPIC OVERVIEW
 • INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL RESOURCES
 • PROJECTED AVAILABILITY OF RESOURCES
 • COST DEVELOPMENT OF RESOURCES
 • INDUSTRIAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION
 • ENERGY COST DRIVERS



TIME: 17:30 - 20:00
VENUE: NMMU NORTH CAMPUS, CONFERENCE CENTRE
MONITORING OF UTILITIES                                     TUESDAY 3 AUGUST
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PRESENTER: MR. ANGUS CLARK




                  MR CLARK     IS CURRENTLY EMPLOYED AS   PLANT ENGINEERING MANAGER    AT

                  GENERAL MOTORS SOUTH AFRICA         AND HAS WORKED IN A VARIETY OF

                  MUNICIPAL AND INDUSTRIAL SECTORS IN ZIMBABWE AND SOUTH AFRICA.


                  FOR   OVER   8   YEARS HE HAS SERVED AS   CHAIRMAN   TO THE   STRATEGIC
                  RESOURCES FORUM       FOR THE   PORT ELIZABETH REGIONAL CHAMBER     OF

 Mr Clark         COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (PERCCI).

HE   HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN FACILITATING AND LOBBYING LOCAL AND NATIONAL GOVERNMENT FOR

IMPROVED SERVICES AND INFRASTRUCTURE FOR INDUSTRY.   WORKING WITH ESKOM, DEPARTMENT OF
WATER AFFAIRS AND THE   METRO . HIS   INVOLVEMENT   COVERS ELECTRICAL QUALITY OF SUPPLY,

INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS ON BOTH ELECTRICITY AND WATER AVAILABILITY, SHARING BEST

PRACTICES AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT.



OVERVIEW OF WATER SITUATION IN SOUTH AFRICA

 MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRICITY AND WATER                         ELECTRICAL
 WATER BALANCES AND DAILY MONITORING                          MAXIMUM DEMAND
 WASTE   WATER TREATMENT AND EFFLUENT MONITORING              TARIFF STRUCTURES
 MONITORING AIR LPG AND HFO; MANUFACTURING VS CONSUMPTION
 BEST PRACTICES




 TIME: 17:30 - 20:00
 VENUE: NMMU NORTH CAMPUS, CONFERENCE CENTRE
ENERGY EFFICIENCY              WEDNESDAY 4 AUGUST
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PRESENTER: MR. GILES ALEXANDER




                           MR GARY DYSEL        HAS BEEN WITH   ESKOM    FOR THE PAST     30
                           YEARS.   HE   IS REGISTERED WITH    ECSA    AND ALSO HOLDS A

                           BTECH    IN   BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. HE       IS A     CERTIFIED
                           ENERGY        MANAGER    AND   IS    REGISTERED        WITH   THE

                           ASSOCIATION     OF   ENERGY ENGINEERS. HE          REPORTS TO

                           MEGAWATT PARK, ENERGY SERVICES            AND OPERATES AS A

  Mr Dysel                 SENIOR PROCESS / ENERGY CONSULTANT.


TOPIC OVERVIEW
  THE 3RD    NIGHT OF THE WORKSHOP WILL ENTAIL A VISIT TO     ESKOM’S SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
  EFFICIENCY CENTRE   AT   GREENACRES. DELEGATES    WILL BE ABLE TO TAKE A WALK THROUGH

  THE   ENERGY EFFICIENCY   DEMO CENTRE FOR A "TOUCH AND FEEL" EXPERIENCE THROUGH THE

  AID OF TOUCH SCREEN UNITS LOADED WITH INFORMATION PERTAINING TO DIFFERENT              EE
  MEASURES    / METHODS / TECHNOLOGIES IN ALL MARKET SECTORS
  (INDUSTRIAL, COMMERCIAL, DOMESTIC AND AGRICULTURAL).


  DURING THE EVENING WORKSHOP ATTENDEES WILL BE REQUIRED        TO IDENTIFY THEIR

  INDUSTRY / COMPANY’S ENERGY    & WATER UTILIZATION NEEDS.

TIME: 17:30 -20:00
VENUE: ESKOM SUSTAINABLE ENERGY EFFICIENCY CENTRE,
GREENACRES
ENERGY MANAGEMENT WITH MONITORING & CONTROL
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PRESENTER: MR. ANGUS CLARK & SHAUN WILSON
THURSDAY 5 AUGUST




                    MR SHAUN WILSON        IS CURRENTLY STUDYING TOWARDS HIS     B-TECH
                    QUALIFICATION AND HAS GAINED EXPERIENCE IN POWER SYSTEMS AND

                    INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION WHILST WORKING FOR       ESKOM GENERATION   AND

                    ARCELOR MITTAL STEEL (THEN ISCOR) RESPECTIVELY.


                    HE HAS BEEN EMPLOYED BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC FOR THE PAST 4 YEARS
                    OF WHICH   3   YEARS THEREOF HAS BEEN IN   ENERGY MANAGEMENT. SHAUN
                    OBTAINED HIS    CERTIFIED ENERGY MANAGER     ACCREDITATION LAST YEAR
 Mr Wilson          VIA THE   ENERGY TRAINING FOUNDATION OF SA.


TOPIC OVERVIEW

 1. MAIN AREAS   IN ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION WHERE SAVINGS CAN BE MADE

 2. METERING   SYSTEMS AND ASSOCIATED TECHNOLOGIES             / SOFTWARE   PLATFORMS

 3. DATA ACQUISITION
 4. DATA INTERPRETATION
 5. CASE STUDIES / SUCCESS     STORIES




TIME: 17:30 -20:00
VENUE: NMMU NORTH CAMPUS, CONFERENCE CENTRE
BREAKFAST                                                    FRIDAY 6 AUGUST
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DISCUSSION PANEL




 A BREAKFAST   IS TO BE HELD AT THE   NMMU NORTH CAMPUS CONFERENCE CENTRE, WHICH WILL
 ENTAIL AN INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION ON ENERGY AND WATER COST DRIVERS.



 A QUESTION   AND ANSWER SESSION WILL BE HELD TO ALLOW PARTICIPANTS THE OPPORTUNITY TO

 POSE QUESTIONS TO A DISCUSSION PANEL CONSISTING OF INDUSTRY EXPERTS.        THE   PANEL WILL

 ALSO BE DISCUSSING THE MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS RELATING TO THE MANAGEMENT

 OF WATER AND ENERGY AND THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION THEREOF IN INDUSTRY.



 THE DISCUSSION PANEL WILL CONSIST OF THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS:
 •   NIC CHAPMAN (VOLKSWAGEN SOUTH AFRICA)
 •   BARRY DAWSON AND SHAUN WILSON (SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC)
 •   MARTIN TAVERNER (SIEMENS)
 •   ANGUS CLARK (GENERAL MOTORS SOUTH AFRICA)
 •   ANDREW SINGER   AND   MICHAEL SMITH (CONTINENTAL)
 •   GREGORY OWNHOUSE (AIDC)
 •   STAN GROENEWALD


 MR GARY OWNHOUSE FROM THE AIDC WILL PRESENT A SHORT PRESENTATION ON


 PLEASE NOTE
 IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A WORKSHOP CERTIFICATE, ATTENDEES WILL BE
 REQUIRED TO SUBMIT A REPORT ON THEIR COST SAVING INITIATIVES WITHIN A ONE
 MONTH PERIOD AFTER COMPLETION OF THE WORKSHOP.



 TIME: 08:30 – 11:00
 VENUE: NMMU NORTH CAMPUS, CONFERENCE CENTRE
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      ENGINEERING WORKSHOP



COST:

  R500 PP EXCL VAT.
  R400 PP EXCL VAT FOR GROUPS OF 5 OR MORE
  R300 PP EXCL VAT FOR GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE
 (SPECIAL RATES   FOR   NMMU STAFF AND STUDENTS AVAILABLE)



TIME AND DATE SCHEDULE:

 MONDAY 2 AUGUST                  17:30 – 20:00     (NMMU)
 TUESDAY 3 AUGUST                 17:30 – 20:00     (NMMU)
 WEDNESDAY 4 AUGUST               17:30 – 20:00     (ESKOM)
 THURSDAY 5 AUGUST                17:30 – 20:00     (NMMU)
 FRIDAY 6 AUGUST                  08:30 – 12:00     (NMMU)



 THERE ARE   ONLY   60 SEATS AVAILABLE   FOR THE WORKSHOP

 MINIMUM   OF   15 DELEGATES   REQUIRED IN ORDER TO PRESENT WORKSHOP
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      HOW TO REGISTER?




PAYMENT OPTIONS
    CHEQUE
    DIRECT DEPOSIT (NAME OF COMPANY & THE FOLLOWING   REFERENCE NUMBER
     SHOULD BE QUOTED: EK03 4275)


    ELECTRONIC   PAYMENTS CAN BE MADE TO:

     NELSON MANDELA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY

     ABSA BANK

     BRANCH CODE 632 005

     ACCOUNT   NUMBER   1640 000 046

      REFERENCE   NUMBER:   EK03 4275

PLEASE NOTE
 IN CASE OF DIRECT DEPOSIT, PROOF OF PAYMENT MUST BE FAXED TO
  MR LEROI GRIMBEEK
 PLEASE STATE ABOVE MENTIONED     REFERENCE NUMBER WHEN
    PAYING ELECTRONICALLY
 CHEQUES TO BE MADE OUT TO NELSON MANDELA METROPOLITAN
  UNIVERSITY
 SHOULD THE COMPANY REQUIRE AN INVOICE, AN ORDER NUMBER AS
    WELL AS THE CONTACT DETAILS OF THE SUPERVISOR SHOULD BE PROVIDED
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 SlideTERMS AND CONDITIONS

     CANCELLATIONS:

    SHOULD YOU CANCEL AFTER MONDAY, 19 JULY 2010, THE FULL FEE IS
    PAYABLE.


    SUBSTITUTIONS:

    REGISTERED DELEGATES MAY BE SUBSTITUTED AT ANY TIME PRIOR TO
    THE COURSE WITHOUT INCURRING AN ADDITIONAL FEE. PLEASE NOTIFY
    THIS OFFICE BY E-MAIL OF THESE CHANGES.



    CONFIRMATIONS:

    ALL REGISTRATIONS WILL BE DEEMED CONFIRMED AND SUBJECT TO
   THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.



     PLEASE NOTE:

    THE REGISTRATION FORM AND PROOF OF PAYMENT SHOULD BE FAXED
    TO (041) 504 9285 OR E-MAILED TO LEROI.GRIMBEEK@NMMU.AC.ZA
    BY NO LATER THAN MONDAY, 5 JULY.




THERE ARE ONLY 60 SEATS AVAILABLE FOR THE WORKSHOP AND THAT A MINIMUM OF 15
DELEGATES ARE REQUIRED IN ORDER TO PRESENT THE WORKSHOP.
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               REGISTRATION FORM


  NAME & SURNAME

  TITLE

  COMPANY

  VAT REGISTRATION
  NUMBER
  COMPANY POSTAL
  ADDRESS

  CELL / MOBILE

  TEL & FAX                            TEL                          FAX


  E-MAIL ADDRESS

  PAYMENT                                                  BANK DEPOSIT
                                    CHEQUE
  (PLEASE TICK BOX)                                       (REF: EK03 4275)

  INVOICE                             YES                            NO




PLEASE COMPLETE THE ABOVE REGISTRATION FORM AND FAX IT TO
(041) 504 9285 OR E-MAIL IT TO LEROI.GRIMBEEK@NMMU.AC.ZA BY
NO LATER THAN MONDAY, 5 JULY 2010.



  THERE ARE   ONLY   60 SEATS AVAILABLE     FOR EACH WORKSHOP

  MINIMUM    OF   15 DELEGATES   REQUIRED IN ORDER TO PRESENT WORKSHOP
REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE:            WORKSHOP CONTENT ASSISTANCE:
Mr LeRoi Grimbeek                   Prof Theo van Niekerk
Tel: (041) 504 9912                 Tel: (041) 504 9951
Fax: (041) 504 9285                 Fax: (041) 504 9285
E-mail: Leroi.Grimbeek@nmmu.ac.za   E-mail: Theo.vanNiekerk@nmmu.ac.za

				
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