Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

Centralize energy data across multiple utilities and buildings to drive action, improve accuracy and productivity, and to realize ongoing savings.

Background

As the frontline regulator of listed companies in Hong Kong and third largest stock exchange in Asia, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) experienced challenges in energy data collection, centralization, and sought to enhance their energy efficiency and productivity.

Challenge

The Administrative Manager of HKEX found that their energy reporting was inefficient due to multi-site manual data collection. While they had a Building Management System (BMS) for some areas, many system restrictions, incomprehensible technical graphs and low data granularity prevented management from effectively targeting energy efficiency enhancements.

Solution

After learning about En-trak Energy, the market-leading cloud-based energy management system that empowers efficient energy management through intuitive visualization and streamlined workflow, HKEX decided to deploy the system.

Outcome

En-trak Energy captures and centralizes all energy data across HKEX business portfolios on a single platform in real-time. With the intuitive and automated energy reports, HKEX has significantly improved their operational efficiency. Their management can also understand their progress instantly.

Real time reports alongside with energy data down to each individual user, En-trak provides valuable actionable insights to the sustainability team, to pinpoint areas of energy wastage and ensure internal conformation to environmental policies, which are in line with ESG reporting requirements.

About Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

HKEX Group is a leading operator of exchanges and clearing houses based in Hong Kong, Asia's premier international financial center, and a key player globally as one of the world’s largest exchange groups by market capitalization. HKEX Group operates the securities and derivatives markets and is the frontline regulator of listed companies in Hong Kong. The Group also owns the London Metal Exchange (LME) in the UK, the world's premier base metals market.