Sponsorship

Listed below are some sponsorship schemes operated by both public and private organizations. The schemes have different objectives, eligibility criteria and assessment criteria. Interested parties can make enquires or submit applications to the relevant organizations.

(a) Quality Education Fund
Link: This web page has hyperlinks which may transfer you to third-party website.http://qef.org.hk/

The aim of QEF is to finance projects for the promotion of quality education in Hong Kong and the funding caters for non-profit making initiatives within the ambit of basic education, i.e. pre-primary, primary, secondary and special education. Some schools and education entities have successfully applied to QEF for installing renewable energy systems like wind turbine and solar PV for education and demonstration purpose. Starting from 1 September 2006, applications to the Quality Education Fund can be submitted throughout the year.

(b) The Environment and Conservation Fund (ECF) and the Woo Wheelock Green Fund (WWGF)
Link: This web page has hyperlinks which may transfer you to third-party website.http://www.ecf.gov.hk/en/home/index.html

The ECF and the WWGF has been set up by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the Wheelock & Co. to provide funding support for educational, research, technology demonstration and other projects and activities in relation to environmental and conservation matters, as well as community waste recovery projects. Funding applications are divided into three categories, i.e. 1) environmental research and technology demonstration projects; 2) community waste recovery projects and 3) environmental education and community action projects. Renewable energy projects can be funded under categories 1 and 3.

(c) Innovation & Technology Fund
Link: This web page has hyperlinks which may transfer you to third-party website.http://www.itf.gov.hk/
The Innovation and Technology Fund (ITF) aims to increase the added value, productivity and competitiveness of local economic activities. Through the ITF, Hong Kong companies could be encouraged and assisted to upgrade their technological level and introduce innovative ideas to their businesses.

(d) HK Electric Smart Power Services
Link: This web page has hyperlinks which may transfer you to third-party website.https://www.hkelectric.com/en/customer-services/smart-power-services
HK Electric will launch a number of funding and service schemes to further encourage the use of renewable energy (RE) and promote energy efficiency and conservation (EE&C), which will come into effect on 1 January 2019. RE schemes cover Feed-in Tariff (FiT) Scheme and RE Certificates.

   
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