Conference on Improving Building Energy Efficiency by Retro-Commissioning
Improving energy efficiency has been well recognized as one of the most effective strategies to achieve net-zero carbon emission. In the building sector, retro-commissioning (RCx) is a useful knowledge-based approach to restore a building to its optimal operations, resulting in high energy efficiency. In Hong Kong, the government has set high priority on retro-commissioning in the Climate Action Plan 2030+. The government and professional institutions, such as ASHRAE, BSOMES, HKGBC, HKIE, etc., have taken initiatives to promote RCx by issuing guidelines, organizing training events, conducting pilot projects, launching ACT-Shop Programme, etc. Researchers at universities and research institutes also develop building energy technologies that can facilitate the implementation of RCx. It is important for all stakeholders to disseminate the knowledge and share experience with the industry. As the School of Energy and Environment (SEE) at CityU has identified building energy efficiency as one of the key areas for teaching and research, SEE takes the lead to organize this event to promote RCx.

This half-day event provides a platform to facilitate professional exchange and networking between the industry and academia to promote retro-commissioning of buildings for improving energy efficiency and reducing carbon emissions.

Target Audience
Energy professionals, engineers, consultants, government officials, policy makers, scientists, researchers and academics.

Date: 11th October 2019
Time: 1:30 - 6:00pm
Venue: Joseph Lee Hall (Lecture Theatre-3505) 3/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building, City University of Hong KongTat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Language: English
CPD: Attendance certificate will be issued upon request. Please check appropriate box in registration submission.
Registration deadline: 4th October 2019
Registration fee: Free of charge

** A confirmation email will be sent to you by the Organizer once your registration is accepted.

Enquiries: Ms Mandy Dung
Tel: 3442 4022

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