Image: Ronald Lu & Partners
Image: Ronald Lu & Partners

CIC Zero Carbon Park (CIC ZCP)
Hong Kong


Location Hong Kong
Coordinates 22° N, 114° E
Occupancy Type Multipurpose: Office, exhibition, ecological park
Typology Existing Building
Climate Type Subtropical
Project Area 14,700 m2 (including the building with a footprint of approximately 1,400 m2 and a landscaped area for public use)
Date of Completion 2012
Grid Connectivity Grid-connected
EPI 102.87 kWh/m2/yr
Architect Ronald Lu & Partners
Energy Consultants Ove Arup & Partners HK Ltd

Kowloon’s CIC-Zero Carbon Park is Hong Kong’s first net zero energy and carbon emissions complex. Developed by Construction Industry Council (CIC), designed by Ronald Lu & Partners with engineering support from Ove Arup & Partners HK Ltd, the facility exhibits state-of-the-art eco-building design and technologies. It aims to inspire the construction industry both locally and internationally by promoting low carbon living in a densely populated, sub-tropical city such as Hong Kong.

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