The CLP Eco Building Fund provides subsidies for energy-saving improvement works in communal areas of shopping malls, residential, commercial and industrial buildings. This includes the replacement of air-conditioning and lighting, retro-commissioning projects, and smart technology to increase energy efficiency, reduce electricity expenses, and help create a smarter, greener Hong Kong.
Should you wish to obtain the result of application by end of 2020, please summit the duly completed application form together with the required documents on or before 20th Nov 2020.
( I ) Chiller replacement projects with coefficient of performance (COP) value of 10% better than that set by EMSD's Building Energy Code (BEC).
( II ) Chiller replacement projects can be completed in 2020
( I ) + ( II )
* Terms and conditions apply.
There are a host of benefits including:• Improvements to the energy efficiency of buildings and lower energy costs• Shorter payback periods through increased energy savings
Apply on or before 31 October 2020 to enjoy a free Energy Audit service worth HK$20,000. The offer is limited and services will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Types of Energy Saving Equipment
Terms & Conditions
McQuay Air-conditioning Limited
Customers order McQuay’s Central Chiller Products (over 100 tons) for replacement, free monthly routine preventive maintenance service will be provided in the first year of warranty period.
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Nan Fung Property Management - Asia Trade Centre
Nan Fung Property Management is committed to promoting sustainable development by deploying a variety of energy-saving measures at its managed properties. Asia Trade Centre has set up a special project team to regularly review its energy consumption performance and find energy-saving solutions. With the support of the CLP Eco Building Fund, Asia Trade Centre will replace six air-cooled chillers with higher energy efficiency models, aiming to achieve at 1.2GWh of energy saving upon completion of the project.
Promoting energy efficiency and conservation is one of the effective ways to combat climate change and pursue sustainability. By improving the energy efficiency of our buildings, we not only reduce our energy costs but also help create a more sustainable city.
CLP is fully committed to the promotion of energy efficiency and have established the CLP Eco Building Fund since 2014 to provide financial assistance to eligible residential buildings and their nearby ancillary facilities (e.g. clubhouse, podium, property management office) to implement energy efficiency improvement works. From 1 October 2018 onwards, the scope of the Fund will be extended to cover eligible commercial buildings, industrial buildings and composite buildings and their nearby ancillary facilities.
Scope of Funding
The Fund aims to subsidise residential buildings, commercial buildings, industrial buildings and composite buildings and their nearby ancillary facilities by carrying out retrofitting projects for improving energy efficiency in communal areas.
The installations may include any of the followings:
Despite retrofitting projects, the following projects will also be supported by the Fund:
The amount of funding for retrofitting projects will be around 10% to 50% of the actual project expenditure, depending on the type of building, the type of installation and project duration. Project expenditure shall restrict to the cost of energy efficiency installations and the cost of Qualified Service Provider appointment.
The amount of funding for retro-commissioning and implementation of smart technologies in building will depend on the amount of the energy saving and project duration. The more energy the project will save and the sooner the project will be completed, the more funding will be granted.
The funding will be disbursed to applicants in the form of reimbursement, i.e. the applicant has to settle the payment on its own before seeking reimbursement from the Fund.
The following entities are eligible to apply for the Fund:
For the commercial buildings, industrial buildings or composite buildings without Owners’ Corporation or other owners’ organisations as specified above, the building owner may also apply for the Fund.
The following are not eligible to apply:
Pre-assessment by CLP
Approval by Vetting Committee or CLP
Post-assessment by CLP
Application Form (Revision Date: 29 Apr 2020)
Notes for Filling Application Form (Revision Date: 29 Apr 2020)
Guide to Application (Revision Date: 22 June 2020)
Completion Report (Revision Date: 27 July 2018)
Funding Disbursement Form (Revision Date: 8 October 2019)
All applications will be handled by CLP while final approval will come from CLP and a vetting committee comprising various stakeholders from across the community with keen interest in promoting energy efficiency.
The Project must be completed no later than 24 months after approval.
How to Apply
The CLP Eco Building Fund Application Form and Guide to Application can be downloaded at the bottom of this page. The completed Application Form should be submitted to CLP by mail:
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CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
7/F, Sham Shui Po Centre
215 Fuk Wa Street
Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
(Application for CLP Eco Building Fund)
Interested parties should read the Guide to Application as well as the terms and conditions stated in the Application Form. Applicants will be notified of the application result by mail.
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