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Sustainable Development Committee Presents: Saving Money and Making Money with Smart Grids
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Sustainable Development Committee Presents: Saving Money and Making Money with Smart Grids

It is vital to Hong Kong’s continuing success that CLP Power Hong Kong Limited meets this growing demand and continues to provide a reliable power supply to our 2.4 million customers in Kowloon and the New Territories.

14/11/2013
When: Thursday, November 14, 2013
12:30PM - 2:00PM
Where: The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
1301 Kinwick Center
32 Hollywood Road
Central
Hong Kong
Contact: Amanda Ho


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About the Event:

It is vital to Hong Kong’s continuing success that CLP Power Hong Kong Limited meets this growing demand and continues to provide a reliable power supply to our 2.4 million customers in Kowloon and the New Territories.

Being a responsible power company, it is equally important to lower emissions and encourage customers to save energy. CLP is introducing Demand Side Management programmes to provide timely and useful energy consumption data to help customers better manage their energy use and achieve a greener lifestyle.

Smart Meters are a transformational technology, enabling Utilities to engage customers with their energy use: building their energy literacy; empowering them to save energy and lower their bills; facilitating demand response events; and helping to further improve the safety, reliability, productivity and environmental impacts of energy supply. Globally many of the leading economies such as China, the USA and Canada, UK, Europe, Japan, and more recently Singapore have committed to the move towards Smart Meters. In May this year, CLP launched its own Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) pilot with about 4,400 customers to understand the costs, challenges and benefits associated with implementing AMI in Hong Kong.

This presentation will provide you with an introduction to Smart Meters; why this global trend is so important to all of us; and an overview of CLP’s Smart Meter pilot.

About the Speaker:

Mr. Wayne Pales,

Head of Smart Grid Program

CLP Power Hong Kong Limited

Mr. Wayne Pales has worked in the energy industry for over twelve years, during which, he has held numerous positions for various gas and electric utilities and performed key roles in the introduction of full retail contest ability into Australia; mergers and demergers; and various business transformation programs.

In 2009, Mr. Pales joined CLP Power Hong Kong Limited and for the first few years was responsible for setting its technology and cyber security direction before moving to head the Smart Grid Program Organisation in early 2012. Wayne is now tasked with identifying Smart Grid solutions that will bring value to CLP Power’s customers in Hong Kong and is specifically focused on demand side management technologies such as Smart Meters.

 
 
Ms. Antonia Cheung,

CEO

InterCEL Group

InterCEL Group is a designer and manufacturer of wireless communication solutions. The Group is one of the market leaders in providing communication capabilities to the smart meter industries in China, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

Ms. Antonia Cheung was trained in the finance and legal sectors. She originally joined the wireless communications industry as a business consultant and became the CEO of InterCEL Group over 8 years ago. At the time, the Group was very much a technology driven organization that focused on industrial applications. Since then, Antonia has broadened the corporate outlook to encompass the average consumer’s needs which, in turn, help shape industry requirements. The Group launched its separate consumer brand in Home Energy Management Systems in 2012.


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