Solar Innovations (Part 2) Webinar by CarbonCare InnoLab
EVENT DATE: March 27, 2020  

Topic: Solar Innovations (Part 2)
Date: 31 M
arch (Tuesday)
2:00pm to 3:00pm (Hong Kong time|GMT +8)

Speaker: Mr Hon Ming Wong (Technical Manager of CarbonCare InnoLab)

Host: Tiffany Wan (Programme Manager of Carboncare InnoLab)

Organiser: CarbonCare InnoLab
Programme: Jockey Club Solar Care Programme

Language: Cantonese

Enquiry: [email protected]


When installing solar panels, orientation and angle are important elements to consider. Engineers will find the best orientation and angel to install the solar panels, in order to get the longest eligible sunlight. It also means sunlight that couldn’t reach the surfaced of the solar panels are being wasted everyday. It would be good if there’s a solar panel that could rotate to chase the sunlight just like a sunflower!

There are many tall buildings in Hong Kong, it is a pity when solar panels could only be installed on the rooftop. It would be good if solar panels could be installed on the outer walls of a building and on its windows without affecting the building structure nor blocking the sunlight!

Wait, these technologies actually exist! Both technologies are being developed. Mr Hon Ming Wong, Technical Manager of CarbonCare InnoLab will share with us the technological development of sun tracker and building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV).

We wish that through imagination and scientific research, we could make greater use of solar energy and build a low carbon future. Speaker’s profile:

Mr Hon Ming Wong (Technical Manager of CarbonCare InnoLab)  

Mr Hong Ming Wong (CEng, MIET, PMP) is a Hong Kong Chartered Engineer. He was responsible for many large-scale solar power plant constructions projects for the government, corporates and schools in Hong Kong and Mainland China. They include projects of EMSD Headquarter, HK Electric, Hong Kong Housing Authority, Kerry Properties, etc.

Host profile:: Tiffany Wan (Programme Manager of Carboncare InnoLab)

Graduated from the Master of Sustainable Tourism of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Tiffany is passionate in issues related to sustainable development and climate change. She was involved in the research about the feasibility of the adopt of MSW policy organised by the Hong Kong Government. Tiffany has over 9 years of experience in marketing and research areas.

About RE Webinar:

RE Webinars is an international network of cross-webinars with renewable energy associations overseas. These digital seminars for the general public will focus on sharing knowledge about solar energy-related topics of high relevance in science, technology development, marketing and industrial implementation, social issues, training and education.

About Jockey Club SolarCare Programme:

Jockey Club SolarCare Programme is funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, with a view to promote the use of solar energy in Hong Kong as well as to develop a community service platform of renewable energy.