Towards a Sustainable Future Series: Better Buildings

Sponsored by the CLP Group

Towards a Sustainable Future Series: Better Buildings

Sponsored by the CLP Group

Our iconic Hong Kong skyline hosts an impressive array of buildings, enjoyed by all for work, living or play. However, these buildings were designed and built in an era when there was lower attention on environmental sustainability and decarbonisation. With Hong Kong now committed to be carbon neutral by 2050, building design and office energy consumption are areas in which we can take steps towards contributing to Hong Kong’s green future.

In working towards a more sustainable future, sectors including construction, property, and infrastructure must now revitalise to allow for continued reliance on the comforts we have long experienced, whilst running as efficiently as possible. In addition to becoming more energy efficient, focus should turn towards improving the wellness of environments as we plan for the post-COVID-19 future.

When it comes to energy efficiency, what really works and what are the viable options that are available?

Join our panellists from Sino Group, KPMG and the CLP Group, who will share their expert insights.  Panellists will share experiences from their companies’ new infrastructure developments and shed light on the innovations that the industry has been adopting and deploying through the years.

Gain an in-depth understanding of market trends, and more importantly, tangible examples to help your own organisations take actions and adopt innovative solutions to achieve your decarbonisation and wellness goals.

Webinar access will be sent via email to registered guests one hour before the event start time.

Please note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by the speaker(s) belong solely to the speaker, and are not representative of the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.


Series Sponsor
CLP Group
CLP Group


Tue, April 27, 2021


12:30 PM - 01:15 PM



Webinar - Access link will be sent to registered guests one hour ahead of the event


Member: $0.00

Non-Member: $100.00


Andrew Young
Associate Director | Sino Group

Ir Andrew Young has over 38 years of executive experience, including Chief Commercial Officer of Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation and Director of Partnership Development for The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). He is now an Associate Director (Innovation) for Sino Group with responsibility to explore and identify innovations and technologies for application in the group and explore investment opportunities in technology ventures. He has developed professional working relationships with leading and renowned institutions and innovation nodes around the World.  

Pubudu Abayasiri
Associate Director | CLP Group

Pubs Abayasiri has worked in the technology and energy sector for +15 years. In that time, Pubs has worked in consulting and held positions in a range of industries and companies with the majority in the energy sector. Currently at CLP Holdings, Pubs runs the Digital Products team where he focuses on energy saving solutions.  


Within CLP, Pubs lead a range of initiatives including setting up the initial Smart Grid Advanced Metering Infrastructure, managing cross business-unit applications and establishing the analytics practice. More recently Pubs has been managing the Smart Energy Connect program where the mission is to simplify adoption of energy management for corporate customers. 


Michael Camerlengo
Partner, Head of Infrastructure | KPMG

Michael is a Partner and Head of Infrastructure for KPMG in Hong Kong. Michael advises clients primarily in respect of major infrastructure and capital projects across the Asia Pacific region. This extends to advising on project strategy, financial and commercial structuring, contract development and restructuring, project tendering and overall transaction advice. Michael has advised on over 20 successfully closed major projects of collective capital value greater than USD8bn across the health, sports, water, power, rail, ports, logistics and commercial real estate sectors. Michael’s clients include central and local government bodies across Asia Pacific as well as many of the most prominent private sector investors, developers and operators of major infrastructure assets across the region.