Inter-hall Energy Saving Competition 2015-16

Jointly organised by all the Halls of the Student Residence and Student Residence Office

Have You Done these Today?

Switch off other energy consuming equipment , such as ventilation fans, computers, printers and photocopiers, when not in use.

Keep fit by walking up and down a few stairs

Let your clothes dry naturally and enjoy sunbathing!


Objective & Competition method

Result Announcement

Energy Saving Tips

Sub-committee List

Inter-hall Energy Saving Competition aims at promoting a sense of conserving energy among residents and striving for a more efficient use of electricity in the community.

Competition Criteria
The per-capita electricity consumption (in terms of kilowatt per hour, ) of each participating Hall during the competition period (2015-2016) will be compared with its own electricity consumption record during the same competition period in the last year (2014-2015). The Hall with the highest total reduction percentage on electricity consumption (round up to two decimal places) will win the Competition.

The actual electricity consumption of the all eleven halls (whole block) is adopted for comparison with reference to monthly electricity charges bill and electricity meter readings. The actual electricity consumption will be divided by the number of residents as of the end of the month.

Electricity Charges Bill covers all electricity consumption of in-hall communal facilities (e.g. lift, lighting and air-conditioning in common rooms) and residential rooms.

Adjustment and conversion will be conducted by SRO.

Competition Period
October 2015 to Feburary 2016

Participating Halls
Jockey Club Humanity Hall (Hall 1)
HSBC Prosperity Hall (Hall 2)
Alumni Civility Hall (Hall 3)
Jockey Club Academy Hall (Hall 4)
Chan Sui Kau Hall (Hall 5)
Lee Shau Kee Hall (Hall 6)
Jockey Club Harmony Hall (Hall 7)
Hall 8
Sir Gordon and Lady Ivy Wu (Hall 9)
Hall 10
Hall 11