CLPe offers seamless, one-stop services to help customers install and operate solar power systems. Our expertise covers a wide range of applications, including commercial buildings, shopping centres, schools, and residential buildings. Our systems convert solar energy into electricity to support the energy needs of your premises, or to allow you to feed electricity back into the grid. In return, customers in Hong Kong can earn Feed-in Tariff (FiT) revenues from power companies.

Our comprehensive services cover feasibility studies, system design, shading analysis, supply, construction, test and commissioning, operations and maintenance, and FiT applications.

Why Choose Us

CLPe is a pioneer in providing solar photovoltaics (PV) systems in Hong Kong. We have successfully delivered many iconic projects, including one of the city’s first floating PV systems. We create tailor-made solutions for customers across a wide range of industries, including schools, Government buildings, and infrastructure facilities. With more than 30 years of experience in energy solutions, our technical resources and long-established competency in both electrical and power engineering mean we have the expertise to deliver industry-leading solar PV systems.

CLPe provides a wide range of commercial solutions to its customers, catering to a variety of customer needs. Solutions come in the form of investment models and turnkey models. Under the investment model, customers are the project owner and CLPe invests in the solar PV system. As the owner, customers earn FiT revenue and pay a service fee to CLPe . Under the turnkey model, CLPe offers engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services to customers to build solar PV systems. Customers own the project and equipment and earn the full FiT revenues.

CLPe is a pioneer in providing solar PV solutions in Hong Kong and has successfully delivered many iconic solar projects.

Benefits to Customer

Utilising free solar power to generate additional electricity can help customers achieve their environmental and energy efficiency goals and generate revenue through the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme.

Key Features

CLPe provides the following services:

  • Feasibility Study

    Conduct a feasibility study to identify the project scope to give customers a fuller understanding of the project’s viability.

  • Design Supply

    Supply a design to the customer so they can visualise the project more easily.

  • Installation

    Install the project according to an agreed plan.

  • Quality Control

    Offer uncompromising quality control, with safety as our first priority.

  • Test & Commissioning Service

    Test the system to ensure the solution has been completed according to the design.

  • Maintenance

    Provide maintenance service to keep the system in good condition.

  • FiT Application

    Assist the FiT application process to help customers generate revenue from the solar system.

  • Monitoring System

    Provide an energy management platform with a dashboard portal to monitor the performance of the solar system. Users can then view real-time statistics on a mobile app, website, or display screen.

Key Considerations

If you are considering installing solar panels on the roof of your premises, here is a list of items to check:

  • Rooftop Owner

    You must have access rights and relevant approval to put installations on the roof of your premises.

  • Area of Roof

    The size of your roof and the area in which you would like to install solar panels will determine how much energy you can generate.

  • Material of Roof

    Your choices of solar panel system may vary depending on the material in the structure of your roof, such as glass, concrete, or metal.

  • Orientation of Roof

    Solar potential is higher if the roof is exposed to sunlight throughout the day.

  • Size and Shape of Roof

    The tilt, orientation, and size of the roof will affect the amount of solar generation.

  • Shading of Roof

    It is essential to check if there is any obstruction to sunlight on the designated roof, as shading may impact optimal power output.

  • Feed-in Capacity

    The low voltage system of the customer’s building must have sufficient off-take capacity in order to connect to the electricity grid.

  • Safety and Legislation

    Customers must comply with all applicable laws and regulations for solar system installation.