EI Hong Kong branch

EI Hong Kong works constructively with Government, institutions and other professional bodies to organise events that include technical talks, site visits and international conferences. Get more active with your local branch of the Energy Institute today. Your support of EI branch activities is invaluable.

Branch events are organised for your benefit by volunteer members.  Engaging with your local branch supports your continuing professional development by keeping up to date on the latest developments, as well as helping to expand your network of contacts.

For a full list of forthcoming events and activities in Hong Kong, please visit: www.energyinst.org.hk

Recent event: EI Hong Kong Hydrogen Technical Seminar - watch the seminar on the EI's YouTube channel here. Read an overview here.

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