At Schneider Electric’s recently concluded Innovation Summit Hong Kong 2023, for which Hong Kong Green Building Council is Strategic Partner, over 780 sustainability experts, business leaders, customers and partners graced their presence at the company’s flagship event.
With discussions spanning Hong Kong as a green tech and innovation hub, to sustainability benchmarks for building performance and efficiency, and to PropTech in facilities management, the event represented a day of learning and inspiration on technological innovations, digitisation, and cross-sectoral collaboration needed to accelerate businesses’ digital and sustainable transformation.
Rewatch these leadership insights via our recorded sessions on-demand:
- Digital x Electric: Turbocharging Hong Kong’s Sustainability Agenda
- Impact Makers: From Ambition to Action
- Leading Our Charge Towards a Net-Zero Future
- From Strength to Strength: Hong Kong as a Green Tech and Innovation Hub
- For People and Planet: Sustainability at the Heart of Our Digital Experience
- Sustainability Benchmarks: A Common Language for Building Performance & Efficiency
- Build it for Zero Carbon
- All In On Digital: Harnessing PropTech for Facilities Management
- Spearheading the Era of Sustainable Data Centers
Event Day Highlights
Representatives of the event’s Strategic Partners — Business Environment Council, Hong Kong Green Building Council, and International Facility Management Association Hong Kong Chapter — participated in kickstarting Schneider Electric’s commitment to plant one tree on behalf of each in-person attendee in Hong Kong.
Mr Jonathan CHIU, Schneider Electric Hong Kong President, delivered the Opening Keynote on “Digital x Electric: Turbocharging Hong Kong’s Sustainability Agenda”, emphasising that the climate challenge goes beyond the capability of individual companies, industries, and geographies. He also stressed that collaborations are key to ensuring their efforts create meaningful impact.
Ir Dr Cary CHAN, Executive Director at Hong Kong Green Building Council, also discussed alongside panelists from Arup, Fidelity International, Schneider Electric, and Swire Properties at the HKGBC Strategy Talk “Sustainability Benchmarks: A Common Language for Building Performance & Efficiency” about the pain points of developing such benchmarks and the evolving roles of stakeholders in reaching net-zero.
Catch the action you missed by checking out the post-event highlights for a glimpse into this insight-packed day.