Towards a Sustainable Future Series Launch

Towards a Sustainable Future Series Launch

Update 10/01 at 2:05pm: Registrations for this event have now closed. To be added to the waitlist, please email bookings@austcham.com.hk. 

Concerns about the impacts of climate change are dominating headlines around the world, not least in Australia where devastating bushfires continue to take their toll.  At the same time, the impacts are being felt by member companies through increased regulation, discussions around corporate “purpose”, ESG principles and the social licence to operate, and a push towards decarbonisation. 

CLP Group, one of the largest investor-owned power companies in Asia Pacific and owner of Energy Australia, is committed to decarbonising its business and harnessing digital technologies to build a Utility of the Future.

In this first part of the five-event AustCham-CLP Towards a Sustainable Future series, CLP Holdings Chief Executive Officer Richard Lancaster will share his insights on how the challenges of climate change and the opportunities in technology innovation are shaping the company’s ongoing transformation. 

Please note that the Hong Kong Club has a strict dress code that must be adhered to at all times.

 

Sponsors

Series Sponsor
CLP Holdings Ltd
CLP Holdings Ltd

Date:

Mon, January 13, 2020


Time:

12:00 PM - 02:00 PM

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Location:

Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road, Central, Hong Kong




Fees:

Member: $580.00

Non-Member: $750.00


SPEAKER(S)

Richard Lancaster
CLP Holdings

Richard Lancaster is Chief Executive Officer of CLP Holdings, the parent company of the CLP Group which is one of the largest investor operators in the electricity industry throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Prior to assuming his current role in September 2013, he was Managing Director of CLP’s operations in Hong Kong.

Besides serving in various subsidiary companies of the CLP Group as Director, Mr. Lancaster is the Chairman of Business Environment Council and a founding member of the Advisory Council of The Australian Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong & Macau. He is a Fellow of the Hong Kong Management Association and a council member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and a member of its Climate and Energy Cluster Board. He is also chairman of the Hong Kong Membership Committee of the UN-accredited World Energy Council.