HEC and CLP can provide a subsidy to building owners/managers to upgrade the communal services in buildings, including air conditioning, lifts, lighting, water pumps, etc. in commercial and residential buildings.
It’s a fantastic opportunity for capital (CAPex) funding for energy efficiency improvement work! Both schemes are arranged to provide the rebate AFTER the work is completed and approved by the respective utility.
Greening of existing buildings can be a challenge, but the HEC Eco building fund and CLP Smart Power fund can help finance energy efficiency improvement to lower your CAPex and your future energy bills.
For more information call us on +852 2335 9830 today!
How to comply with BEEO ordinance for new construction?
To build in Hong Kong you follow the traditional BD submission format, but you must also fulfil the mandatory requirements detailed in the Building Energy Efficiency Code (BEEO). How does that impact the construction process?
The building owner must engage an EMSD Registered Energy Assessor (REA) to complete and issue EMSD Form EE1, also known as Stage 1 Certificate of Compliance Registration (COCR), and an EMSD Form EE2, known as Stage 2 COCR.
When does the COCR need to be issued?
Stage 1 COCR must be submitted within two months after obtaining BD consent. For Stage 2 COCR, that must be submitted within four months after obtaining BD Occupation permit.
The new Hong Kong Government standard for Lighting installations has been gazetted today (28 Feb. 2014). What are the implications? When will it be enforced? contact Mr John A. Herbert, Registered Energy Assessor (REA) today!