Cooling air while cutting emissions


Hong Kong (HKSAR) -      To promote energy efficiency and conservation, the Government is constructing Hong Kong's first District Cooling System at the Kai Tak Development area.
 
     The whole project is due for completion in 2025. By then, 50 buildings will be connected to the cooling system, saving 85 million kilowatt-hours of electricity and seeing a reduction of 59 500 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions per annum.
 
     News.gov.hk recently interviewed Electrical and Mechanical Services Department Chief Engineer Chan Pak-cheung to learn more about the system.
 
     The story appears on news.gov.hk today (May 13) in text and video format.



Published on: 2018-05-13

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