The Water Supplies Department has installed small floating solar farms at the Shek Pik and Plover Cove Reservoirs to collect data for similar large-scale projects in the future in Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Chan
The Water Supplies Department has installed small floating solar farms at the Shek Pik and Plover Cove Reservoirs to collect data for similar large-scale projects in the future in Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Chan

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Topic |   Climate change
The Water Supplies Department has installed small floating solar farms at the Shek Pik and Plover Cove Reservoirs to collect data for similar large-scale projects in the future in Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Chan
The Water Supplies Department has installed small floating solar farms at the Shek Pik and Plover Cove Reservoirs to collect data for similar large-scale projects in the future in Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Chan
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