Supported by the Smart Cities Forum
Arturas Kniuksta, Partner, EY Hong Kong
Ivo Spreeuwenberg, Deputy Director Corporate Strategy, CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Lawrence Iu, Executive Director, Civic Exchange
Vincci Mok, Senior Manager, Innovation & Technology Exploration, Digital G Limited
Roadmap to Net Zero: Decarbonising Energy and Transport for a Smarter Hong Kong
Join us in this breakfast seminar as we dive deep into Hong Kong's journey towards achieving net zero emissions before 2050, with a specific focus on energy and transport decarbonisation. This event aims to shed light on the pivotal role that the transport sector plays in Hong Kong's ambitious target and the synergistic relationship between transport and energy in creating smarter cities.
From exploring the challenges and opportunities presented by the coupling of energy and transport, to discussing potential future technology paths, this event will bring together industry experts to spark meaningful conversations and practical actions.
By aligning with the Smart City Blueprint 2.0 and emphasising its relevance to Hong Kong as a smart city, our aim is to provide a platform for knowledge exchange and collaboration, enabling participants to gain insights into the specific steps necessary for achieving a sustainable and decarbonized Hong Kong by 2050.
Join us for a morning of engaging discussions and networking opportunities with industry experts who are shaping the future of energy and transport in Hong Kong.
About the speakers
Arturas Kniuksta is the Partner in EY Hong Kong who leads the Energy, Supply Chain & Operations practice, with more than 15 years of experience working and living in Europe, Middle East, Asia, serving private and public organisations on their supply chain & operations programmes from strategy, design to execution across energy transition, transport, retail and other industries.
Arturas is passionate about energy transition, with a focus on eMobility, where key ecosystem players not only work together to identifying and capturing value in this transforming industry, but also assessing ways of making the transition as efficient as possible through coordinated planning, smart policies, and embracing technology and data.
Ivo Spreeuwenberg leads a team responsible for long-term strategic planning with a focus on enabling Hong Kong’s energy transition. He is a Chartered Engineer and holds a master’s degree in Power Systems Engineering & Economics.
Ivo has worked in the energy industry for over 20 years across various engineering, commercial and regulatory roles. Much of this time was spent at National Grid, a gas and electricity network company based in the United Kingdom. He also has experience of developing energy policy and strategy in the north-eastern United States and Europe.
Lawrence Iu is the Executive Director of Civic Exchange. His research and engagement projects focus on climate change modelling and carbon neutrality policy issues. Mr Iu previously worked in a multinational corporation and a higher institution, where he coordinated environmental sustainability and occupational health & safety projects across Asia Pacific and led emerging technology management, circular economy and green chemistry research. He was awarded two research grants for enhancing process hazard assessment. Mr Iu holds a Master of Philosophy in Environmental Engineering, a Master of Science in Environmental Science and Management and a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical and Bioproduct Engineering from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Vincci Mok is the Senior Manager, Innovation and Technology of Gammon Construction Ltd. She is in charge of the business operations of Gammon’s subsidiary Digital G, including project management, business development and technology scouting. Vincci works closely local and overseas startups, as well as technology incubators such as HKSTP and Cyberport, and is keen to bring new PropTechs into the Hong Kong construction industry, because she believes innovation improves construction performance, quality and safety and enhances overall project success. Vincci holds a Master of Business Administration Degree (MBA) from the University of Hong Kong, and a Master Degree in Environmental Science from the University of San Francsico.
This event is hosted by Jeremy Sheldon.
Ticket includes a full hot English breakfast buffet.
note that Business Attire is required by the Hong Kong Club - collared shirts
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Terms & Conditions
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