Buildings account for about 90 per cent of electricity consumption in a city famed for its densely packed skyscrapers - technology is helping to cut the environmental impact. Illustration by Perry Tse
Buildings account for about 90 per cent of electricity consumption in a city famed for its densely packed skyscrapers - technology is helping to cut the environmental impact. Illustration by Perry Tse

From AI to cooling paint: how smart tech helps Hong Kong buildings cut the cost of staying green

  • Buildings account for about 90 per cent of electricity consumption in a city famed for its densely packed skyscrapers
  • Developers, landlords and construction firms are using the latest technologies to address the environmental impact

Buildings account for about 90 per cent of electricity consumption in a city famed for its densely packed skyscrapers - technology is helping to cut the environmental impact. Illustration by Perry Tse
Buildings account for about 90 per cent of electricity consumption in a city famed for its densely packed skyscrapers - technology is helping to cut the environmental impact. Illustration by Perry Tse
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