SEE Faculty members and teams shine in Green Tech Fund


Four research projects led by scholars at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) received grants worth HK$20.26 million in total from the inaugural Green Tech Fund under the Environmental Protection Department, Hong Kong SAR Government.

Three of those awarded projects are led by faculty members of the School of Energy and Environment, Prof. Chak K. Chan, Dean and Chair Professor of Atmospheric Environment, Prof. Alex Jen, Lee Shau Kee Chair Professor of Materials Science and Dr. Yun Hau Ng, Associate Professor respectively.

Established with an allocation of HK$200 million from the Government’s 2020/21 budget, Green Tech Fund aims to boost the research into and development and applications of decarbonisation and green technologies. Addressing issues on decarbonisation, energy efficiency, green transport and air quality, CityU joined with local industries and government departments to expedite low-carbon transformation in Hong Kong.

Full story is available on CityU Featured News.

Green Tech Fund (GTF)(From left)  Prof. Chak K. Chan, Prof. Alex Jen, and Dr Yun Hau Ng.