Young people are a source of unlimited creativity and inspiration. They can rejuvenate and transform a workplace and the people around them. A group of young CLP interns recently recalled their journey.
Cartoons are not just fun. They can inspire children to learn about energy saving and sustainability, gifting them with lifelong values. Check out how CLP has been using animated videos to get the message across.
Women are generally underrepresented in the engineering sector where less than one in 10 qualified engineers in Hong Kong are female. CLP is taking innovative steps to even up the profession’s gender imbalance.
Solar energy can be a power for good in many ways. At one Hong Kong college, it’s not only helping the environment but also lighting up the lives of bright youngsters from Lebanon and Slovakia to Madagascar and Cambodia.
It is a land of spectacular natural beauty – an azure sky, rolling grassland, crystal-clear rivers, roaming herds of cattle, and, in summertime, blooming galsang flowers, a native floral species that symbolises the happiness of the Tibetan people.
For centuries, apprentices have learned from masters of their craft by shadowing and taking instructions from their masters to gain new skills so that precious knowledge is passed to the next generation.
It is a tradition CLP has enthusiastically embraced. But in an era of rapid technological advances and a highly sophisticated customer marketplace, apprenticeships have evolved to combine mentorship with the best possible classroom training.
“Do you want to help save the planet?” CLP Power graduate trainee Crystal Kwan asked a group of kindergarten students. In a split second, more than a dozen hands shot up into the air as the boys and girls cried out in unison: “Yes, I do. I do.” CLP Power Hong Kong is sowing the seeds of energy efficiency and conservation in children through kindergarten visits while motivating the community to live a low-carbon life.
The CLP Group has kept up its efforts in supporting education in the areas of energy and the environment at different levels across Asia Pacific by tailoring plans to local needs and engaging various partners.