Cary Chan – General Manager, Technical Services and Sustainability, Swire Properties Limited DSC2428-1Chan a professional engineer and is currently responsible for overseeing the sustainability policies and strategies for Swire Properties. Over the years, he has carried out a lot of researches and energy saving initiatives with substantial improvements in energy performance of buildings.  Some of his work has won international awards, which includes Low Carbon Operation, Client of the Year award by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers in 2010. Achieved ASHRAE Technology Award twice. Mr Chan is also active in serving the professional and business communities with his expertise. Mr Chan initiated the “Tsinghua University – Swire Properties, Joint Research Center for Building Energy Efficiency and Sustainability” to enhance and to promote the practice of integrated design and management for sustainable buildings especially within Hong Kong and Mainland China. He is currently a Director of HK Green Building Council, Business Environment Council and the BEAM Society Ltd.  Cary also chairs the Policy and Research Committee which is to drive for the enhancement in the sustainable development performance of the industry. Cary is the Chairman of Environmental Education & Community Action Projects, a member of Environmental Campaign Committee and the Energy Advisory Committee.  He is also a taskforce member in the establishing of the Mandatory Building Energy Code for Hong Kong.   Liang Junqiang, Deputy Director of Science and Technology Promotion Center of MOHURD, Co-director of China – US Clean Energy Center on Buildings keynote3Liang Junqiang, male, was born in 1961,from Jiangsu province. He has joined in the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of China after he graduated from Chongqing jianzhu University in 1983, and with a master degree in Engineering in 2000. He works on management of higher education on civil engineering and new materials application in building energy conservation. In addition to participating in establishing and organizing the implementation of the professional valuation of civil engineering and architecture of higher education in China, he was one of the main drafters of People’s Public of China Energy Saving Law and Energy Saving Regulations for Civil Constructions. He was responsible for organizing and formulating economic policy of Building Energy in China and the proposing the development in research and construction in building energy service system.   “The Chinese Energy Efficiency Market – Definitions – Dimensions – Drivers” Martin Li, Senior Consultant, Deputy General Manager, BSRIA China Picture1Martin holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Master’s Degree in Project Management from the University of Warwick, UK. Martin is based at BSRIA in Beijing where he works as a full time international market research consultant. He has wide-ranging expertise conducting detailed quantitative and qualitative market studies covering a range of topics including HVAC equipment, energy efficiency, control valves, floor heating, and building automation.Untitled-1 ICEBO is the premier global forum for technology transfer, best practices, education and networking opportunities for those creating solutions to enhance operations and maximize the efficiency and productivity of their buildings. ICEBO 2014 Will Focus on Three Main Themes 1. The drivers shaping the evolution of buildings through topics such as smart cities, smart buildings and policies that will shape the future and how owner/operator can improve their bottom line. 2. The solutions to today through topics such as re-commissioning, municipal buildings optimization and presentations of the various diagnostic and monitoring tolls available. 3. Latest research showing innovative solutions through topics such as predictive controls, open platform controls, innovative diagnostics methods and much more. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:”Table Normal”; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:””; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:”Times New Roman”,”serif”;}

ICEBO is a well-established annual international forum of leading practitioners, owners and operators, policy makers and researchers who routinely improve the health and comfort and minimize the energy consumption, carbon reduction, operating costs, and environmental impacts of existing buildings.  ICEBO 2014 will focus on timely networking among individuals, vendors, organizations and companies keenly interested in the continuous improvement and operations of buildings as well as the bottom line on operating expenses and cost-effective services. ICEBO brings the latest research and knowledge to the frontlines of building operations and owners.

ICEBO 2014 will offer three types of sessions: 1) panel discussions (invited), 2) case-study and technical presentations, and 3) research findings.  Presenters will make brief (12 -15 minutes) PowerPoint© presentations, followed by a facilitated discussion. Practicality and timeliness of presentations and research will be assured by a diverse Program Committee. Both peer-reviewed and non-peer reviewed paper tracks are included.


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