Says it helped improve environmental performance of secret facility

23 July 2014 by Nick Booth

RF Code has helped one of Hong Kong’s major power companies slash its data center costs by using its environmental and power management systems.

There are two power companies in Hong Kong with a long history in the territory. These two vertically integrated companies are CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (CLP) and Hongkong Electric Company Limited (HEC), both dating back to the early days of the colony.

Both are turning to companies such as RF Code to help them manage their ancient power infrastructure more efficiently.

By 2019, Frost & Sullivan forecasts the data center market to be worth $802m in Hong Kong alone. According to the analyst, Hong Kong power costs are predicted to rise by 40% in the next five years.

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