The Fifth University of Macau Energy Saving Competition Final Result
第五期澳門大學校園節能比賽總成績
Ref. No : CMDO-ES/INT/006/2019Posted by :KinManL/UMAC
Department :CMDO-ESPosted Date : 22/02/2019
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Overall Result
Dear Colleagues

We are pleased to announce that The Fifth University of Macau Energy Saving Competition (August to December 2018) has been successfully completed. The electricity consumption by the participating units dropped by 3.91% or 810 thousand kWh. For details, please refer to the charts and figures below accordingly.

The competition will award 15 prizes, namely “The Top 10 Energy-Saving Units”, “Faculty Big Saver”, “Best Implementer of Energy Saving Measures”, “Most Energy Efficient Residential College”, “Most Improved Participant (by exact amount)” and “Most Improved Participant (by percentage)”. Please find herewith the list of prize winners for your reference.

Prize winners of the Fifth University of Macau Energy Saving competition
  • The top 10 Energy-Saving units
1st Place: Student Activity Centre, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Education (E31, E32 & E33),
2nd Place: Research Building N22 (N22),
3rd Place: Faculty of Health Sciences (E12),
4th Place: Lui Che Woo College (W22),
5th Place: Chao Kuang Piu College (W21),
6th Place: Administrative Building (N6),
 7th Place: Shiu Pong College (S9),
 8th Place: Humanities and Social Sciences Building (E21),
 9th Place: Henry Fok Pearl Jubilee College (W14),
 10th Place: Faculty of Science and Technology (E11).
  • Faculty Big Saver
Faculty of Law and Faculty of Education (E32 & E33).
  • Best Implementer of Energy Saving Measures
Student Activity Centre, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Education (E31, E32 & E33).
  • Most Energy Efficient Residential College
Lui Che Woo College (W22).
  • Most Improved Participant (by exact amount)
Research Building N22 (N22).
  • Most Improved Participant (by percentage)
Shiu Pong College (S9).

Thank you for your attention and supports

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