Mondo Ching, chairman of Mondo Green Energy, with a rooftop solar component in Tai Po on July 11. Photo: Winson WongMondo Ching, chairman of Mondo Green Energy, with a rooftop solar component in Tai Po on July 11. Photo: Winson Wong
Mondo Ching, chairman of Mondo Green Energy, with a rooftop solar component in Tai Po on July 11. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong government’s feed-in tariff plan for renewable energy has been popular – but some residents bemoan cost, confusion and safety risks

  • CLP Power receives more than 3,400 applications for the scheme and says 80 per cent were approved
  • But some clean energy suppliers complain of poor installation guidelines and potential liability concerns

Topic |   CLP Group
Mondo Ching, chairman of Mondo Green Energy, with a rooftop solar component in Tai Po on July 11. Photo: Winson WongMondo Ching, chairman of Mondo Green Energy, with a rooftop solar component in Tai Po on July 11. Photo: Winson Wong
Mondo Ching, chairman of Mondo Green Energy, with a rooftop solar component in Tai Po on July 11. Photo: Winson Wong
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