SEE Faculties and Student received Energy Saving Championship Scheme awards

Prof. Michael Leung and Dr Edwin Tso have recently been awarded in the Energy Saving Championship Scheme 2018” jointly organised by the Environment Bureau and the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department. The “Energy Saving Championship Scheme 2019” encourages the planning and adoption of Innovation and Technology on energy efficiency and conservation and / or renewable energy technology by internal teams of various industry organisations or through collaboration with I&T partners, so as to promote concerted efforts among the industries in low-carbon transformation. Awarded projects are as follows:

Prof. Michael Leung in collaboration with Harbour City Estates Limited, Aviva Yacht Limited & The University of Hong Kong
Award: Hanson I&T Outstanding Award
Project title: Energy Saving in Seawater - Cooled Chillers by Solar Photocatalytic Marine Antifouling
Category: Competition for Organisations

Prof. Michael Leung in collaboration with Eastern Ferry Company Limited, Aviva Yacht Limited & The University of Hong Kong
Award: Hanson I&T Outstanding Award
Project title: Improving Fuel Efficiency in Fishing and Fish Farming Industries by Solar Photocatalytic Marine Antifouling
Category: Competition for Organisations

Dr Edwin Tso in collaboration with the School of Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
Awards: Hanson I&T Outstanding Award and Best Innovation Award
Project title: Low-Cost High Performance Daytime Passive Radiative Cooling in Building Applications
Category: Competition for Organisations

Under the supervision of Prof. Michael Leung, Miss Ng Yuen Man Alice, a recent graduate from the ESE programme, obtained the “Hanson Outstanding Award” under the “Competition for Students - Secondary and Post-secondary School category” of Energy Saving Championship Scheme 2018. The project title is “Development of Integrated Organic Rankine cycle for recovery of waste heat from Vapor Compression Refrigeration Cycle for generation of electricity “. The Scheme was jointly organised by Environment Bureau and the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department.

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