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2021年12月05日
2021大灣區工程師論壇
聚工程菁英 助灣區發展

(香港,2021年12月5日) 2021大灣區工程師論壇今日在橫琴主會場和香港分會場正式同步舉行,以線上線下混合模式進行,迎合新常態,吸引超過500名大灣區工程人才踴躍參與。

 

論壇以「聚工程菁英 助灣區發展」為主題,中國科學技術協會、國務院港澳辦、廣東省人民政府、世界工程組織聯合會(WFEO)為指導單位,及由中國工程師聯合體主辦,香港工程師學會、京港學術交流中心和內地與港澳有關工程技術領域機構聯合承辦,貫通工程領域開放、信任、合作發展理念和構建工程共同體意識,著眼大灣區內外融合融通。

開幕典禮上,廣東省副省長王曦先生,國務院港澳辦交流司司長吳煒先生,香港特別行政區政府發展局局長黃偉綸先生,橫琴粵澳深度合作區執委會主任、澳門特別行政區政府經濟財政司司長李偉農先生和中國科協黨組書記、分管日常工作副主席、書記處第一書記暨中國工程師聯合體理事長張玉卓先生分別致辭。

 

工程菁英齊聚,2021大灣區工程師論壇由一個主論壇、兩個分論壇和一個座談組合而成,目的為促進工程技術人才跨區域流動及團結凝聚大灣區工程師。論壇目的是構建一個內地與港澳工程技術界交流合作的平台,透過推動工程師在大灣區的資格互認,共同探索建立工程師培養、評價、舉薦和服務體系,攜手促進粵港澳大灣區發展。

 

論壇定位圍繞探討工程支持可持續發展、大灣區工程技術界創新融合發展、工程領域科技成果轉化、青年工程師職業規劃與大灣區發展、粵港澳三地工程標準差異、及大灣區工程師制度創新與人才流動。

 

香港工程師學會在論壇開幕禮上與中國科學技術協會續簽合作協議,並與廣東省電機工程學會簽訂電氣工程師資格互認協議,進一步推動大灣區工程人才和資源的交流與合作。

 

國家「十四五」規劃強調發展創新科技和可持續發展,工程界對推動區域性建設和發展有重大投入,而大灣區的城市各有優勢,透過深化粵港澳三地合作,定能助國家實現規劃綱要的目標。

 

如欲垂詢,請與香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部/ 京港學術交流中心聯絡。

 

香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部
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京港學術交流中心
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香港特區政府發展局局長黃偉綸先生(中) ,中央人民政府駐香港特別行政區聯絡辦公室教育科技部副部長葉水球先生(右四 ),京港學術交流中心總裁徐海山先生(右三),香港工程師學會會長鍾國輝工程師(左四) ,上任會長源栢樑教授、工程師(左三)、高級副會長卜國明工程師 (右二),副會長李志康博士、工程師(左二) ,副會長馬紹祥工程師(右一),秘書長韓志強工程師(左一)主持論壇開幕典禮

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2021年10月21日
2021滬港科技合作研討會 「新技術 · 新業態 · 新發展」

(香港,2021年10月21日) 香港工程師學會(下稱「學會」)與上海市科學技術協會及上海市青浦區人民政府合辦的2021「滬港科技合作研討會」於今天在線上線下同步舉行,吸引上海和香港兩地近300名工商領袖、工程界專業人員、政府官員及學者就科技發展相關議題進行深入討論。

 

研討會自1997年起每兩年在滬、港兩地輪流舉辦,旨在促進技術和知識交流,加深行業人才對科技領域最新發展情形和趨勢的了解。今年研討會主題是「新技術 · 新業態 · 新發展」,並環繞「智慧應用,開啟便利生活」、「綠色生態,創造舒適生活」及「數字創新,賦能美好生活」三個子題展開討論。會上,參加者重點探討以智慧應用發展物聯網、大數據、人工智能的專業化服務,為市民大眾提供智慧生活,進一步推動長三角一體化、服務粵港澳大灣區建設。

 

中國科學技術協會協黨組成員、書記處書記王進展先生;上海市科學技術協會黨組書記、副主席馬興發先生和上海市青浦區人民政府副區長張彥先生於上海會場舉行的開幕典禮中分別透過視像方式或於現場致辭,香港會場則由香港工程師學會會長鍾國輝工程師揭開序幕及致辭:「粵港澳大灣區和長三角地區將建設發展成科創資源集聚地,成為帶動中國未來經濟增長的引擎,冀望透過彼此的交流和合作,發揮各自的優勢,一同為國家的科技創新發展作出貢獻。」

 

研討會上,上海市城鄉建設和交通發展研究院院長暨長三角交通一體化研究中心負責人薛美根教授級高級工程師、香港特別行政區政府副政府資訊科技總監黃志光先生及芯耀輝科技公司聯席CEO暨澳門產學研合作促進會會長余成斌先生分別發表主題報告。此外,21位來自香港和上海的專家和學者就數碼城市建設、交通運輸創新技術、人工智能教育、生命健康科技、能源和環保技術等範疇,分享有關領域的最新發展情形和趨勢,以及他們的專業分析和見解。

 

如欲垂詢,請與香港工程師學會聯絡。

 

電話:2895 4446
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附件:香港工程師學會會長鍾國輝工程師致辭

 

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香港工程師學會會長鍾國輝工程師為2021「滬港科技合作研討會」致歡迎辭。

 

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香港特別行政區政府副政府資訊科技總監黃志光先生發表主題報告。

 

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香港特別行政區政府副政府資訊科技總監黃志光先生 (前排左九)、香港工程師學會會長鍾國輝工程師 (前排左八),聯同2021「滬港科技合作研討會」組織委員會主席暨香港工程師學會副會長李志康博士、工程師 (前排右八)、前會長梁廣灝工程師、陳健碩工程師及黃唯銘博士、工程師、秘書長韓志強工程師、組織委員會委員與嘉賓合照。

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2021年10月18日
香港工程師學會歡迎香港再工業化 The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Welcomes the Advocacy for Hong Kong's Reindustrialisation

(香港,2021年10月18日) 香港工程師學會(下稱「學會」)支持政府在《二零二一年施政報告》中關於推動香港「再工業化」的措施,包括加大力度投放資源,從基礎設施、技術研發、資本投放及人才培訓四方面加速「再工業化」進程。
 
學會支持行政長官建議擴大「創新及科技局」為「創新科技及工業局」,以凸顯由創科推動本港「再工業化」的發展。「再工業化」有助製造業升級轉型,對已發展國家及經濟體來說,以科研為本的先進製造業及其連帶的生產性服務業,是維持經濟穩定及長遠可持續性的重要支柱。推動「再工業化」,不但有助香港建立核心技術和發展優勢產業,同時能帶動更多元化的工程專才需求,包括科研開發、工程設計、智能製造、產品設計、電腦科技、人工智能,以及物流、品質及生產管理等。
 
就推動「再工業化」,學會建議政府適度放寬各類資助計劃的申請要求和資助比例,以及縮短申請程序所需時間,以幫助更多中小企業升級轉型。此外,為促進工業界及學術界的科研合作及技術轉移,政府應透過改善撥款條件,鼓勵院校增加投放資源於應用研究,企業可將與院校合作的科研成果,轉化成優質產品及服務,以協助工業界向高增值及創新技術方向發展。
 
另外,學會亦建議政府可加強與建造業界各持份者合作及投入更多資源以推動建造業發展「再工業化」,以加速業界數碼化轉型。政府可推廣建築信息模擬(BIM)、可供製造和裝配的設計 (DfMA) 及「組裝合成」建築法 (MiC) 的普及使用,提升建造業施工安全、品質監控、環保及成本控制等環節,令新界北部都會區發展可更順利開展。

「再工業化」的持續發展全賴具備新技能及應用工程及管理才能的專才,因此,提升人才質素及技能對創新科技普及化及各行業的發展尤為重要。學會一向致力培育專業工程師,多年來與業界攜手,為各工程學科畢業生提供有系統的培訓計劃。學會致力配合政府創新科技及「再工業化」發展,與政府、業界及學界就工程師培訓及專業發展加強合作,為建立各工程範籌的專業及跨學科人才庫作出貢獻。

在推動創新科技發展方面,學會去年成立的工程企業家平台 (Enginpreneurs Hub) 匯聚創科專才,透過為會員提供創科資訊和專業意見,及舉辦經驗和知識分享活動,支持會員實踐創新概念。另外,為啟迪業界與公眾的創新思維,學會於本年6月舉辦創科博覽,更在博覽會上與大灣區內13所創科孵化中心簽訂合作意向書,加強知識及經驗分享,深化本地創科人士對區內創科機遇和合作伙伴的了解,以建立長期科技及創新的合作關係。

學會將繼續積極促進跨地區、跨領域的創新和技術生態系統發展,並全面配合政府推動創新科技和「再工業化」,助社會和國家的整體經濟發展。

如欲垂詢,請與香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部聯絡。

電話:2895 4446
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(Hong Kong, 18 October 2021) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) supports the measures to promote Hong Kong’s reindustrialisation as suggested in the 2021 Policy Address, including further efforts on infrastructure, technology research and development (R&D), capital investment and talent development for the acceleration of the reindustrialisation process.  

The HKIE supports the expansion of the Innovation and Technology Bureau into the Innovation, Technology and Industry Bureau, highlighting the role of innovation and technology (I&T) in promoting the development of reindustrialisation in Hong Kong. Reindustrialisation is an effective measure to facilitate the upgrading and transformation of the manufacturing industry. For developed countries and economies, scientific research-based advanced manufacturing and its associated producer services are important pillars for maintaining economic stability and long-term sustainability and creating diversified employment opportunities. Promoting reindustrialisation not only helps Hong Kong build its core technologies and develop industries where Hong Kong enjoys clear advantages, it also drives the demand for engineering talents with more diverse expertise, such as scientific R&D, engineering design, intelligent manufacturing, product design, computer technology, artificial intelligence, logistics, quality and production management.  

To encourage reindustrialisation and support the upgrading and transformation of small and medium enterprises (SMEs), the HKIE recommends the Government to aptly relax the application requirements and funding ratios of various funding schemes, as well as shorten the time required for the application process. Furthermore, in order to promote cooperation on scientific research and technology transfer between the industry and the academia, the Government is suggested to encourage institutions to increase resources for applied research by optimising funding conditions. Enterprises can transform the scientific research results from collaboration with institutions into high-quality products and services, and in turn assist the industry’s development of high value-added and innovative technologies.

In addition, the HKIE recommends the Government to strengthen its cooperation with stakeholders of the construction industry and further allocate resources to enhance the industry’s awareness of the importance of reindustrialisation and accelerate the industry’s digital transformation.  The Government is also suggested to popularise the use of construction technologies such as building information modelling (BIM), design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA), modular integrated construction (MiC) which altogether may improve construction safety, quality, environmental and cost control to facilitate the development of important initiatives such as the Northern Metropolis and the Lantau Tomorrow Vision.  
    
Talents equipped with new skill sets and applied engineering and management capabilities are essential to the sustainable development of reindustrialisation. In particular, it is critical to improve the quality and skills of talents for the popularisation of innovative technologies and the development of various industries.  The Government and the academia are recommended to increase the resources for nurturing talents with relevant engineering capabilities, in order to cope with the need of the future I&T industries. The HKIE is devoted to nurturing professional engineers, and has joined hands with the industry to provide structured training programmes for graduates of various engineering disciplines. The HKIE will support the Government in promoting reindustrialisation, and will strengthen its cooperation with the Government, the industry and the academia in engineer training and professional development for establishing professional and interdisciplinary talent pools.  

In terms of promoting I&T, the HKIE set up the Enginpreneurs Hub last year to help gather I&T experts to support members in implementing their innovative concepts by providing them with the latest I&T information, offering professional advice and organising experience and knowledge sharing activities. The HKIE Innovation Expo held in June this year aimed to spark innovation among industry practitioners and the public. To deepen local innovators’ understanding of the opportunities provided in the Greater Bay Area (GBA) and the capabilities of our GBA counterparts, the HKIE signed a Memoranda of Understanding with 13 incubation centres in the GBA at the Expo to strengthen knowledge and experience sharing and to establish long-term technological and innovative partnerships.  

The HKIE will continue to facilitate the development of multidisciplinary and cross-boundary I&T ecosystems, and looks forward to cooperating with the Government to promote I&T and reindustrialisation to support the local and national economic development.  

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2021年10月08日
香港工程師學會關注跑馬地棚架倒塌意外 The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Concerned about Scaffolding Accident in Happy Valley

(香港,2021年10月8日) (2021年10月9日上午11時45分更正) 香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 對今日跑馬地掃桿埔樂活道比華利山棚架倒塌,導致工人意外傷亡十分關注,對死者家人表示深切慰問。

 

學會期望有關當局盡快調查意外成因,若涉及人為疏忽,須全速查找有關持責者之法律責任,並提出改善措施。在惡劣天氣頻繁發生的環境下,為避免類似意外再次發生,學會期望相關部門檢視現行棚架安全及審批守則的適用性,並希望業界各持份者繼續注意各類工地安全。

 

如欲垂詢,請與香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部聯絡。

 

電話:2895 4446
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(Hong Kong, 8 October 2021) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) is deeply concerned about the fatal accident arising from the collapse of a scaffolding that happened today at Beverly Hill estate on Broadwood Road in Happy Valley. The HKIE offers our deepest condolences to the worker's family.

 

The HKIE urges the Authorities to undertake an immediate investigation to identify the cause of the accident, ascertain the liability of relevant parties, and make suggestions for improvements. With the advent of more frequent extreme weather events, the Government should look into the suitability of existing regulations on scaffolding safety and approval processing, in order to prevent similar accidents from happening again.

 

All parties of the engineering and construction industry should also continue to uphold their respective responsibilities of maintaining a safe workplace.

 

For media enquiries, please contact:

 

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2021年10月06日
香港工程師學會《二零二一年政府施政報告》之回應 The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Response to the Chief Executive’s 2021 Policy Address

(香港,2021 年10 月6 日) 香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 歡迎行政長官發表 的《二零二一年施政報告》中所提及多項新政策及措施,學會亦欣見政府採納 不少學會早前提交的建議,包括科技及創新、土地及房屋供應、與粵港澳大灣 區 (大灣區) 的融合、城市流動性、青年發展及城市可持續發展範疇上的建議。

 

學會支持政府以積極及多元化的方針加快覓地過程,以紓緩房屋供應緊張的問 題,改善市民生活質素。當中建設「新界北部都會區」將有助紓緩房屋供應緊 張的問題,提升香港整體市民生活質素。學會認為政府發展新界北部都會區, 提供約300 平方公里的土地作居住、民生、經濟等用途,能令新界北成為促進 港深融合發展和連繫大灣區的最重要地區,有助落實港深「雙城三圈」空間概 念,有利兩地經濟、基建和創科的緊密合作。

 

學會亦樂見政府積極推進發展大嶼山人工島,特別是發展交椅洲一帶以作商住 用途。在開發土地的同時,學會建議政府制訂及實施積極保育政策,以達至發 展及生態保育的平衡。為加快增加房屋供應,政府鼓勵更廣泛使用「組裝合 成」建築法 (MiC)、可供製造及裝配的設計 (DfMA) 和其他嶄新建築科技,學會 亦深表贊同。

學會亦欣悉政府計劃致力壓縮土地開發流程,全面檢視現行城規、環境影響評 估、收地和道路工程的相關法定程序以及行政安排,制定有效措施,以加快發 展及規劃過程及基建發展項目的推進,應付土地和房屋供應的迫切需求。學會 亦促請政府正視近年公共工程合約所接受的投標價格遠低於核准工程預算的不 良趨勢,這不只影響工程業界的發展,更會損害工程質素及危害公眾安全。

 

基建發展對城市發展至為重要。學會對政府積極投放資源,加強香港與前海及 大灣區其他急速發展地區的連繫感到欣喜,並歡迎政府發展期待以久的大型運 輸基建發展項目——港深西部快速軌道,期望香港能抓緊前海和大灣區中的龐 大機遇,釋放發展潛力。學會期望香港的整體運輸發展策略可以進一步優化, 從而加強北部都會區和維港都會區的連接,讓現時頗為擁擠的交通得以疏導, 往來南北更加便捷。

 

科技及創新對城市及工程專業的可持續發展均十分重要。學會喜見政府致力為 科技及創新行業提供支援,將落馬洲、新田騰出合共約150 公頃土地,構建新 田科技城以作創科用途,加速香港「再工業化」,發展以新技術及智能生產為 基礎的先進製造業,讓香港能在大灣區發揮主導作用。學會對政府支持金融 界、商界數碼化轉型,如構建「商業數據通」,讓中小企善用自身的數據來獲 得更便利的融資服務,深感欣慰。學會期望政府繼續推動科技創新,落實香港 智慧城市藍圖,帶領業界在公共工程中採用如大數據、人工智能、物聯網及區 塊鏈技術等創新科技。

 

為使香港能更有效地與大灣區融合,學會建議政府加強兩地對話,以擴大專業 資格互認至更多工程界別。資格認證能為香港工程師提供更多機會,參與並為 大灣區策略性發展作出貢獻,從而為國家發展起關鍵作用。

 

為維持香港雄厚科研實力,學會樂見政府大力支持大學科研,原則上接納香港 大學及香港中文大學的建議,為其提供土地作科研用途,亦支持香港理工大學 將紅磡灣校舍用作學術及研究發展。要培育年輕人創科興趣須從小開始,學會 建議政府檢討現時中、小學STEM (科學、科技、工程和數學) 課程,並研究將 STEM 課程進一步融入其他學科,讓學生能了解科技創新浪潮,吸引更多學生 在中學階段選修物理數學等科目,為學習和未來職業作出更全面的規劃,培養 更多未來工程人才,增加人力資源以配合香港發展成科技創新中心。

 

減碳為達致可持續未來的重要一環。學會對政府快將公布的《香港氣候行動藍 圖2050》期待殷切,與另一「淨零發電」策略雙管齊下,更有效達至減碳目 標,支持國家實踐減碳路線圖。學會亦建議政府將聯合國永續發展目標納入政 策和未來其他項目中,以建設可持續發展的香港,並向私營機構作出示範。學 會亦喜見政府於《香港電動車普及化路線圖》中制定了合理且有效的目標,並 歡迎發展如充電站等的電動車配套設施,學會亦支持政府同時發展其他新能源 交通工具,以替代傳統車輛。

 

學會將繼續以工程專業知識及專長,共同建設美好香港。

 

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(Hong Kong, 7 October 2021) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) welcomes new initiatives and measures in the Chief Executive’s 2021 Policy Address.  The HKIE is delighted that the Administration has embraced many proposals the Institution made earlier, covering various aspects including innovation and technology (I&T), land and housing supply, integration with the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA), urban mobility, youth development and sustainability for the long-term prosperity of the city.  

 

The HKIE agrees to the Administration’s proactive and multifaceted strategies to speed up land sourcing to relieve housing demand and to improve citizens’ living quality. The HKIE considers that the development of the Northern Metropolis which covers a total land area of about 300 square kilometres for multi-functional land uses and will transform the area into an important part for Hong Kong’s integration with Shenzhen and the GBA. This will be conducive to the implementation of the spatial framework of “Twin Cities, Three Circles” and enable close cooperation between the two cities on economic, infrastructure and I&T development. 

 

HKIE is also glad to learn the Administration’s proactive plan to develop artificial islands in Lantau, in particular, around Kau Yi Chau, for residential and commercial purposes.  While more lands will be developed for various purposes, the Administration should also pay attention to the diverse habitats in the relevant areas. The Administration is suggested to proactively formulate and implement conservation policy to strike a good balance between development and conservation. To expedite housing supply, HKIE supports the Administration to encourage the construction industry to adopt the latest construction technologies such as modular integrated construction (MiC) and design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA).

 

In order to accelerate the land formation process to cope with the pressing need for land and housing, the HKIE is pleased to note that the Administration is going to streamline the relevant workflow by reviewing comprehensively the current statutory procedures and administrative arrangements on town planning, environmental impact assessment, land resumption and roadworks authorisation. Equally important, the Administration is urged to look into the unhealthy trend of public works contracts accepting tender price significantly lower than that allowed within the approved project estimates, which not only is detrimental to the engineering industry, but could also affect the quality of projects and public safety to a great extent.  

 

Infrastructure is crucial to the development of the city. The HKIE is particularly pleased with the Administration’s dedication to allocating resources in enhancing the connectivity between Hong Kong, Qianhai and other fast developing areas in the GBA. We welcome the long-awaited development of large-scale transportation infrastructures of the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Western Express Line to enable Hong Kong to capture the vast opportunities and potential in Qianhai and the GBA. The HKIE hopes that the holistic transportation development strategy for Hong Kong can be further optimised to strengthen the connectivity between the Northern Metropolis and the Harbour Metropolis, with a view to better managing the existing heavy traffic and ensuring commuting between the North and South more efficient and convenient.

 

I&T is increasingly important to the sustainable development of the city and the engineering profession. We are pleased that the Administration has stepped up the support to the I&T industry by earmarking about 150 hectares of lands in Lok Ma Chau and San Tin for the development of the San Tin Technopole.  Such an initiative will accelerate Hong Kong’s re-industrialisation to facilitate the development of advanced manufacturing industries which are based on new technologies and smart production, in the hope of shaping Hong Kong’s leading role in the GBA. The HKIE is glad that the Administration supports the digital transformation of the financial and business sectors, by ways such as developing the “Commercial Data Interchange” that enables SMEs to make use of their own data to gain access to more convenient financing services. We also support the Administration to implement the smart city blueprint and to take the lead to promote the usage of I&T by applying innovative technologies like Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Blockchain technology in public works projects. 

 

To better integrate Hong Kong with the GBA, we also suggest the Administration strengthening the dialogues between the two areas to expand the recognition of professional qualification to more disciplines in the engineering sector. The qualification recognition will unleash the opportunities for Hong Kong engineers to participate in and contribute to the strategic development of the GBA which is imperative to the country’s advancement.

 

The HKIE appreciates the Administration’s support to research and development in higher education institutions. We are pleased to learn the Administration’s acceptance in principle on the proposals of The University of Hong Kong and The Chinese University of Hong Kong to provide the two universities with land for research use, and the support to The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in exploring the use of its Hung Hom Bay Campus for academic and research development purposes. To nurture future engineering talents and to increase human resources to support Hong Kong to become an innovation and technology centre, the HKIE suggests the Administration reviewing the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education curricula for primary and secondary schools and further integrating the STEM-related curricula to other subject areas to allow students to understand more about innovation and technology and be attracted to taking subjects like physics and mathematics in their secondary stage for the preparation for their tertiary study and career planning.  

 

Decarbonisation is one of the keys to a more sustainable future.  The HKIE is eagerly looking forward to the Administration’s soon-to-be-released “Hong Kong’s Climate Action Plan 2050”. Together with the strategy for “net-zero carbon emissions for electricity generation”, it is hoped that the initiatives would enable Hong Kong to effectively meet the decarbonisation target and be in line with the country’s roadmap.  We suggest the Administration further incorporating the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into policy-making and future project implementation for building a sustainable Hong Kong and to be a role model for promoting the SDGs to the private sectors. We are also pleased to note that effective and reasonable targets are set under the “Hong Kong Roadmap on Popularisation of Electric Vehicles”. We welcome the development of electric vehicles and relevant infrastructures such as charging stations. We also support developing other new energy public transport and commercial vehicles in replacement of traditional vehicles.

 

The Institution will continue to contribute our engineering knowledge and expertise to support the development of a better Hong Kong.

 

 

 

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