Hong Kong's iconic buildings need plenty of energy to light up the night sky. Photo: SCMP Hong Kong's iconic buildings need plenty of energy to light up the night sky. Photo: SCMP
Hong Kong's iconic buildings need plenty of energy to light up the night sky. Photo: SCMP
Robert Allender
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Robert Allender

Building owners need to pay attention to Hong Kong’s long-term energy plans

Their structures use 90 per cent of the city's electricity and so they need to step into discussions about where to get it from

Hong Kong's iconic buildings need plenty of energy to light up the night sky. Photo: SCMP Hong Kong's iconic buildings need plenty of energy to light up the night sky. Photo: SCMP
Hong Kong's iconic buildings need plenty of energy to light up the night sky. Photo: SCMP
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Robert Allender

Robert Allender

Robert Allender is an energy and carbon management strategist, and creator of the Four Quadrants of Energy Management, a framework for taking energy beyond being a cost to be cut. Robert heads his own management consultancy, Energy Resources Management, founded in 1992, which serves companies and cities with a specialism in the non-engineering half of energy management.