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2021-10-22

Understanding Renewable Energy” Webinar Series (3): Solar PV System: Structure, Evaluation and Management

Date: 22 October 2021 (Friday)
Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Speakers: Mr Ken Tai (Senior Project Engineer of CarbonCare InnoLab)
Language: Cantonese
Enquiry: gigi.lam@ccinnolab.org
Registration*: https://bit.ly/3DcQgKv
(an email with the Zoom meeting room link will be sent to you after registration)
Enquiry: gigi.lam@ccinnolab.org


Nearly 70% of Hong Kong's carbon emissions come from electricity generation, we have to rapidly increase the proportion of renewable energy. Apart from the “Feed-in Tariff” policy, we expect more renewable energy policies to be launched by the government.

In Understanding Renewable Energy” Webinar Series (3), Mr Ken Tai, with rich solar project experience, will share with you the structure, evaluation and management of a solar PV system. He will also answer your questions about solar PV system or Feed-in-Tarrif. Don’t miss this chance!

Speaker’s Profile:
Mr. Ken Tai (Senior Project Engineer of CarbonCare InnoLab)

Graduate from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Mr. Ken Tai is an experienced Solar System Engineer. He was responsible for projects including Drainage Service Department, Lo Wu Correctional Institution, and Government's 1st model project which was awarded the 2013 Greenest School on Earth recognition.


*Attendance Certificate: If you need to apply for an Attendance Certificate, please notify us in the registration form. When you attend the webinar, please use the name you used for registration to login. 
 

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“Understanding Renewable Energy” Webinar Series (Group Registration):
[Session 1] Energy Sources and Climate Change
[Session 2] Renewable Energy and its Applications
[Session 3] Solar PV System: Structure, Installation and Management (for those who have attended Session 1 and Session 2.)
Speakers:
Mr Ken Tai (Senior Project Engineer of CarbonCare InnoLab)
Ms Gigi Lam (Programme Manager of CarbonCare InnoLab)
Language: Cantonese

Burning fossil fuels would cause the emission of greenhouse gas and accelerate climate change. Replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy lies at the heart of all climate mitigation action, as well as the global trend. As renewable technology continues to improve and the cost of renewable energy generation gradually declines, the total global electricity generating capacity is rising rapidly.
     
Nearly 70% of Hong Kong's carbon emissions come from electricity generation. To achieve the “Carbon Neutral by 2050” Target announced by the Government, we have to rapidly increase the proportion of renewable energy. The “Feed-in Tariff” policy encourages the use of solar and wind power, and we expect more renewable energy policies to be launched. Knowing more about renewable energy would prepare you for this change.

In order to raise public awareness on renewable energy, especially on solar energy which is suitable for large-scale application in Hong Kong, CarbonCare InnoLab organises “Understanding Renewable Energy” Webinar Series*, sharing knowledge of renewable energy, climate change and solar photovoltaic (PV) system. 

This webinar series is divided into 3 sessions, beginning with the basic knowledge of climate change and development of energy, showing the importance of promoting renewable energy and letting participants learn about international climate actions. (Session 1); let participants know about different kinds of renewable energy and its applications (Session 2); and introducing the structure, installation and management of a solar photovoltaic (PV) system. It is suitable for students and for those who are interested in climate change or renewable energy, or for those who want to enter the environmental or RE industry. (The webinar series- Session 1 & 2 have a kid version for students of primary 1 – 3 to join.) 

Group Registration
We organise webinar sessions for public to join. This webinar series is also opened for Group Registrations from organisations. Please fill in the form below and we will contact you to arrange the date. Non-profit organisations and schools are prioritised. 

Group Registration: https://forms.gle/6iYEUW4HQDFi4ZQ2A


 
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