Are smart buildings the future of sustainable development in a city? Is it realistic to achieve carbon neutral by 2050?
Like many countries and cities, Hong Kong is committed to building a sustainable future and ensuring that future generations can continue to thrive in a clean and green environment. With many cities advocating sustainability, smart city, smart building and reducing carbon footprints are what tends to come to mind when we talk about building a sustainable future.
We have invited Pubs Abayasiri, Associate Director of CLP Innovation on our next episode of 'Don't waste a crisis, build a better Hong Kong', where we will be discussing the future of sustainability and whether smart buildings are the ultimate solution for metropolitans and building development to continue striving and contribute to build a more sustainable future for the world.
About Pubs Abayasiri
Pubs Abayasiri has worked in the technology and energy sector for +15 years. In that time, Pubs has worked in consulting and held positions in a range of industries and companies with the majority in the energy sector. Currently at CLP Holdings, Pubs runs the Digital Products team where he focuses on energy saving solutions.
Within CLP, Pubs lead a range of initiatives including setting up the initial Smart Grid Advanced Metering Infrastructure, managing cross business-unit applications and establishing the analytics practice. More recently Pubs has been managing the Smart Energy Connect program where the mission is to simplify adoption of energy management for corporate customers.