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p2e2

by John Herbert

Fossil fuels are finite, energy bills are rising precipitously, and damage to the environment is increasingly accused of effecting global climate.

p2e2, Pollution Prevention Energy Efficiency solutions across Hong Kong and PRD

Kelcroft creates valued added strategies to met these challenges, saving you money, reducing pollution and simultaneously helping reduce your environmental footprint. 

p2 principal

Pollution Prevention and Energy Efficiency [p2e2] is a unified total approach, a holistic strategy that improves energy performance, reduces pollution impact.

The cost, time, effort and work to elimate pollution from the enviroment is huge, compared to the cost and effort to prevent it, before it enters the environment, that is the p2 principle. Just consider the air pollution In Feb. 2014 the air in Beijing, China was not breathable, masks were needed, health and economic losses followed.

Increasingly, energy efficient buildings also enhance your corporate profile, indeed the growing pressure for corporate environmental reporting, as a normal component of the annual report, will certainly drive future occupancy rates.

With oil hovering around US$50 per barrel [2] , and no reduction in sight, energy charges will soon begin to dominate your balance sheet. Customers and shareholders will be demanding improved performance  - P2E2 is just one opportunity helping to reduce expenditure.

Kelcroft provides innovative smarter energy solutions improving your bottom-line

In commercial buildings approximately forty percent (40%) of the total energy cost is consumed just to provide air-conditioning[1], within hotels, shopping centres, and industrial facilities it is even higher. Kelcroft provides smart energy conservation solutions that lower your costs, reduce pollution and give your business a competitive edge.

Kelcroft helps by providing strategic consultancy advice across Asia, expertise includes:


Further Information

p2 principle is more cost effective that the effort and cost to remove the contamination afterwards, for further information regarding p2e2 strategies call Mr John Herbert at our Hong Kong office.


References

1. EMSD Hong Kong Energy End-use Data (1991 - 2001)

2. Update April 2008 - since publication of this note the price of one barrel of crude oil has risen to US$ 100+.


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