Interactive Games promote Energy Conservation at the 'Saving Energy, Going Green' Interactive Exhibition

CLP has been striving to promote eco-awareness and energy saving with creativity. During October 15 to 24 this year, CLP teamed up with Airport Authority Hong Kong to organise an interactive exhibition at HKIA titled 'Saving Energy, Going Green', giving the public the chance to learn energy conservation through the exhibition’s interactive games.


Energy Conservation through Power Generation

The exhibition locating at the Arrival Hall of Terminal One, Hong Kong International Airport, was officiated by Mr Fred Lam Tin-fuk (Airport Authority Chief Executive Officer) and Mr Paul Poon (CLP Managing Director). One of the major exhibits was a 2.4 metre tall tree-shaped installation made of recycled glass bottles and connected to two bicycles. By peddling the bicycles, participants could generate electricity to light up LED bulbs inside the bottles. The exhibit also featured an interactive application that allows easy uploading of participants’ photos and sharing of exhibition information via social media.


Learning About Energy Saving with Fun

The exhibition also featured two Step Power Generators designed by CLP. Visitors could generate electricity by doing simple exercises such as dancing and stepping on the generator. Thirty seconds of stepping, for example, can only generate energy to power one hour of smart phone conversation thus inspire people to save energy. Another multimedia game, 'Energy Saving Football Striker', taught visitors about different means of saving energy and raised awareness of various energy-saving products and solutions.

There were more than 8,000 participants from all over the world as well as local residents to join the exhibition. We successfully conveyed the message of energy conservation in the form of interactive games.


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