Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Paving the Way of an Energy-efficient Future: Electricity Market Review in 2013, 31 August 2012, Hong Kong

Paving the Way of an Energy-efficient Future: Electricity Market Review in 2013

organized by Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace and WWF
co-organized by  School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong

This energy efficiency forum aims at building a platform for policy makers, power companies , the business sector, academia, green groups and professional associations to exchange opinions regarding electricity governance in Hong Kong and the up-coming mid-term review of the Scheme of Control. 
It is our honor to have Mr. Wong Kam Sing, Secretary for the Environment, to be our Guest of Honor.

The event detail is as follows:
31 August 2012 (Friday)
2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Auditorium, 1/F, Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai.    5 minutes walk from MTR Wanchai station (B1 Exit)

Free of Charge. First-come-first-served. Capacity of 200 persons.
Tentative rundown
Registration time : 1:30 pm 1:55 pm

Welcoming Speech by Mr. Wong Kam-sing, JP,  Environment Bureau of HKSAR

Section I : An Overview of the Scheme of Control
The pros and cons of the agreement and its relationship with the electricity market and roadblocks discouraging energy efficiency in the SOC
by Dr. Lam, Pun-lee (林本利博士), Former Member of the Energy Advisory Committee

Section II : Possibilities of Electricity Market Governance
- International cases of monitoring the electricity market, changes in the energy mix, local extent of monitoring of public utilities
by Dr. Tso, Che-wah(曹志華博士), School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong
by Mr. Fred Lee Wah-ming (李華明先生), SBS, JP, Legislative Councilor

Section III : Suggestions for the Mid-term Review of the Scheme of Control
- Issues related to suggested improvements for the agreement with respect to finance, accountancy, environment and transparency, etc.
by Dr. William Chung Siu-wai (鍾兆偉博士),Department of Management Sciences, City University of Hong Kong

Should you be interested, please register by completing the registration form below and returning via email on or before 24 August (Friday).

For further question and reservation, please contact Ms. Tang at  or 93830111.

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