We can proudly present that the partnership between Ecoplant and Zero Carbon is officially formed. The agreement aims to promote sustainable green energy in Hong Kong.
CIC-Zero Carbon Park (CIC-ZCP) is the first CO2 neutral Park in Hong Kong developed by the Construction Industry Council (CIC) in collaboration with the HKSAR Government.
Parties conclude a contract at first for 3 years. The park is an exhibition, education and information center for low/neutral CO2 design and technologies. All for the purpose of smart city technologies and low carbon living. The park finds Ecoplant’s values to operate self-sustaining perfectly in line with its own goals and therefore warmly welcomes Ecoplant!
We are excited to announce that the first Ecoplant models will be placed in June 2020 in & together with the brand new renovated Zero Carbon Park.
* photo caption: contract signature between General Manager of Zero Carbon Joseph Chui and Adrian Chou, general manager Ecoplant HKG ltd.
The park is proud to be the first neutral CO2 Park in Hong Kong located at 8, Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Developed by the Construction Industry Council (CIC) in collaboration with the HKSAR Government. Completed in June 2012, it is an exhibition, education and information low carbon design and technologies. The are developing smart city technologies, and low carbon living located in the commercial and industrial district of Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong.
CIC-ZCP is a pioneering and inspiring project. It will not only serve as a platform for the construction industry to share knowledge and expertise in low/Zero Carbon Park design and technologies, but also help to raise community awareness of low carbon living. Do you want to know more about the activitities, please check the website from CIC-ZCP!
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