Canadian International School of Hong Kong (CDNIS) takes its role of preparing the next generation of environmental leaders seriously.
Over the last decade, CDNIS has been recognized by Hong Kong’s Environmental Campaign Committee as one of the greenest schools in Hong Kong, and over the summer, improved its sustainability pledge further with the installation of 349 solar panels - making CDNIS’ Photovoltaic farm the 2nd largest solar farm on Hong Kong Island. The 349 solar panels were fitted on two of the school’s roofs – 88 panels on the Lower School Tower and 261 on the Leo Lee Arts Centre.
Want to see how it all came together? Check out a time lapse of the installation on the CDNIS YouTube channel.