Hong Kong Green Building Council appoints new board of directors

Cheung Hau-wai has been re-elected as chairman.

Cheung Hau-wai
Cheung Hau-wai brings 35 experience to the role of chairman of the Hong Kong Green Building Council. Image: HKGBC

The Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC) has appointed a new board of directors.

Former Buildings Department director Cheung Hau-wai has been re-elected to lead the body as chairman for the year 2022.

Cheung will chair a new-look board that includes:

Dr Jack CHENG Chin-pang
Ir Albert CHENG Ting-ning
Dr CHEUNG Tin-cheung
Mr Donald CHOI Wun-hing
Mr Tony IP Chung-man
Sr Dr Stephen LAI Yuk-fai
Ms Ivy LEE Siu-wing 
Mr LI Ho-kin
Mr Simon NG Ka-wing 
Ir PAN Shu-jie
Mr Eric POON Shun-wing
Sr Frankie SO Hung-fai
Ms Eliza WONG Yeuk-lan
Mr Andy YEUNG Hon-chung
Mr Franklin YU
Ir Ringo YU Shek-man
Ir Prof. YUEN Pak-leung
Sr Kenneth YUN Ying-kit

HKGBC is a non-profit set up in 2009 to promote standards for sustainable buildings in Hong Kong, which is one of the world’s most densely populated and highly urbanised cities. HKGBC is currently running a competition to find ideas for net-zero buildings, to support the territory’s aim of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050.

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