Hong Kong’s buildings account for 90% of its electricity use and are responsible for 60% of the region’s carbon emissions. Herein lies great potential for energy efficiency improvements and carbon emissions reductions which are receiving increased government attention.
The Environment Bureau recently announced that tougher targets will be set within the next few months to significantly cut energy use in Hong Kong over the next decade.
To ensure that reduction targets remain achievable and that maximum savings can be attained, a structured approach to energy management using appropriate energy management software is required.
This briefing will provide an overview of the potential for energy efficiency in Hong Kong and discuss the role of energy management software as a necessary tool to achieve significant and continuous savings.
Using examples of successful energy efficiency projects, expert speaker Gilbert Lennox-King will outline best practice energy management and provide advice on how to devise a comprehensive energy policy.