Sphere No.46 (Mar 2019)

CORPORATE New beginnings within the CKHH continuity Business didn’t miss a beat but the senior leadership of the Group did take a moment to celebrate the opening of the new CKHH head office! The traditional roasted pig cutting ceremony heralded the opening as the large team moved from the decommissioned Hutchison House to Cheung Kong Center. Sphere #46 2019 04 NEWS INFRASTRUCTURE Smart and green HKElectric’s Smart Power Services promotes renewable energy use, smart consumption of electricity and the adoption of energy-efficient appliances and practices. To boost the service launch, the power firm has trained over 50 elderly people to become Smart Ambassadors, spreading the green message to friends and families. Gas out, gas in A depleted gas field has become Australia’s third-largest gas storage facility after an A$74 millionmajor development. The Tubridgi Gas Storage Facility, owned by the Australian Gas Infrastructure Group, enhances energy security and smooths price volatility for the people of Western Australia. A little hydrogen goes a longway Northern Gas Networks in the UK is part of a consortium testing the introduction of 20%hydrogen into the normal gas supply at Keele University. The regulator- sanctionedHyDeploy programme could lead to widespread adoption, contributing to a low-carbon economy and helping the UK to dramatically cut its carbon emissions. Regulator funding for the second phase of testing has been confirmed for future field tests. Dreaming of a Green Christmas CKHH volunteers went green with hospitalised children and community partners Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and Yan Oi Tong. They shared a Christmas meal and had fun creating ornaments from recycled materials to bring a smile to the children’s faces. Lights! Wind! Action! EDL’s Coober Pedy Renewable Hybrid Project won the “Excellence in Innovation: Productivity Improvement” award at the South Australian 2018 Premier’s Awards in Energy &Mining. The project’s combination of wind and solar power generation, with battery and diesel backup, shifted the town of Coober Pedy to a power supply featuring 74% renewable energy.