As a member economy of the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC), Hong Kong is working towards achieving a reduction in energy intensity of at least 25% by 2030 (with 2005 as the base year) as set out in the APEC Leaders' Declaration on Climate Change, Energy Security and Clean Development issued in September 2007. Delivery of this goal can only be achieved through co-operation among the Government, the business sector and the public in general.

Being a service economy without any major energy-intensive industries, electricity generation is the major source of GHG emissions in Hong Kong, accounting for over 60% of the total local emissions. The transport sector is the second largest GHG emission source (16%), followed by waste (12%). Among various end uses of electricity, buildings account for some 89% in Hong Kong. Therefore, reducing electricity consumption for building operations is instrumental in bringing down our GHG emissions. It will also have the co-benefits of reducing operational costs and improving the local and regional air quality. 

  • HVAC Terminal Control
  • Refrigerating System
  • HVAC Maintenance
  • Intensive Mobile Rack