Cooling accounts for around 50% of total electricity consumption in a typical commercial building in the Greater Bay Area (GBA), so saving energy on cooling systems is critical in order to achieve long-term decarbonisation targets.

The development of a District Cooling System (DCS) and a Multiple-Building Central Cooling System (MB-CCS) is advancing to deal with the high cooling demand in Hong Kong, Macau, and Mainland cities in the GBA, taking full advantage of economies of scale as well as the area’s high standards of plant operation and maintenance.

Against this background, innovative technical and financial solutions are necessary to effectively achieve environmental protection, enhance energy efficiency, and reduce the life-cycle costs of cooling systems to achieve long-term sustainability and meet decarbonisation goals set out by the governments.

Why Choose Us

CLPe offers Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) solutions for MB-CCS and DCS which enable customers to adopt cooling technology based on life-cycle costs rather than the purchase price. This means customers can instal equipment without upfront investment and with effective operation and maintenance (O&M), supported by our expertise in infrastructure development and the operation and maintenance of critical facilities.

Benefits to Customer

  • Zero upfront investment cost for customers.

  • Reduction of energy and O&M costs, and potential reduction of water costs.

  • Support in drawing up a decarbonisation roadmap.

  • Enhanced environmental performance.

  • Adoption of the latest technology for highly efficient cooling.

  • Full O&M and energy management service.

Key Features

CLPe provides the following services in Design & Build Solution for Data Centre – from Planning, Design, Supply, Installation, T&C to O&M:

  • Optimised future-ready cooling system design.

  • Digital technologies and an AI-enabled optimisation platform.

  • Energy performance sharing mechanism.

  • Excellent standards in safety, health, environmental protection and quality.

  • Synergies through knowledge exchange.

  • Partnership in maintaining energy performance.