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Asian Energy Studies Centre and Department of Geography 

at Hong Kong Baptist University are spearheading the Hong Kong Solar Partnership to provide a platform for collaboration and community engagement among Hong Kong solar stakeholders.

Objectives

  • Facilitate dialogue among stakeholders and the co-production of possible solutions (e.g. workshops);

  • Try new ways of public engagement (e.g. visual arts, online solar map, Living Laboratories, etc.);

  • Enhance civic empowerment (e.g. peer learning, real-time information sharing, benchmarking); and

  • Share good practices and experiences (e.g. web-based platform).

Who we are
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Structure

Who we are

Partners and Partnering Organisations

Partners

Partnering Organisations

(Note: We are actively inviting more partners among industrial practitioners, academics, civil society and non-local collaborators, and anticipate seeing more names added to this list in the near future.)

What we do

3. Share good practice examples (Proposed Timeline: September 2018 - August 2019)

Case examples for solar schools, households and communities

We will develop a collection of international case studies of urban solar good practice to share on our website and our guidebook, showcasing various examples of school and community solarisation.

Solar Schools

  • We will work with the Solar Schools Support Team to develop a user-friendly guidebook to share good practice examples for school solarisation.

Solar Communities

  • We will develop a collection of international case studies to share on our website and our guidebook, showcasing various examples of solar communities.

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Rhythm Garden

Find out more

Community Solarisation in Hong Kong

Interview with the Property Management Co.

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News

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What we do

1. Set up Solar Support Teams (Proposed Timeline: September 2018 - August 2019)

The Solar School Support Team & Solar Communities Support Team will respond to specific enquiries in adopting solar from schools and fellow community members respectively, and share document templates for solar adoption.

Solar Schools Support Team

  • consist of a group of around 5 teachers who are experienced in installing solar in school premises.

  • They will take turns to answer enquiries from other schools interested in adopting solar.

  • share templates of application documentation.

Solar Communities Support Team

  • consist of around 5 residents of prospective solar communities experienced in installing household solar.

  • They will take turns to answer enquiries from other residents interested in adopting solar.

  • share templates of application documentation.

solar support teams

2. Workshops & Working Group Meeting (Proposed Timeline: Communities: February 2019; Schools: March – May 2019)

Solar Schools

  • We plan to gather over