Buildings account for about 90 per cent of Hong Kong’s electricity consumption while generating over 60 per cent of the city’s carbon emissions. Photo: Shutterstock
Buildings account for about 90 per cent of Hong Kong’s electricity consumption while generating over 60 per cent of the city’s carbon emissions. Photo: Shutterstock

How retro-commissioning older Hong Kong buildings can improve energy efficiency, aid city’s decarbonisation efforts

  • The city needs to train thousands of professionals to help buildings decarbonise, according to Hong Kong Green Building Council chairman Cheung Hau-wai
  • The city needs 2,500 professionals to retro-commission electrical and mechanical equipment in buildings to improve their energy efficiency by 2035

Buildings account for about 90 per cent of Hong Kong’s electricity consumption while generating over 60 per cent of the city’s carbon emissions. Photo: Shutterstock
Buildings account for about 90 per cent of Hong Kong’s electricity consumption while generating over 60 per cent of the city’s carbon emissions. Photo: Shutterstock
READ FULL ARTICLE