"Helios" Tracking Solar Energy Device

Our group is working on the sun-tracking solar panel that allows energy from the sun to be used within the buildings of HKU. The installation of the sun-tracking solar panels enables HKU patrons to be more aware of the awareness and damages that fossil fuel burns will increase greenhouse gases. Hence, we decide and propose to make and install sun-tracking solar panels within the campus, and on top of multiple buildings, where grass is planted, achieving Carbon neutrality energy usage. Batteries are also used to power up, as a "backup source" at night-time and inadequate sunlight, maintaining power stability.


  1. Kaustubh Nigam (Spokesperson, Editor, Think Tank)
  2. Suntoso Sean Michael (Spokesperson, R&D, Purchasing specialist)
  3. Li Zhuo Kai (Treasurer)
  4. Matsumoto Ami (Design)
  5. Edward Ye (Human Resource, Editor, Think Tank)
  6. Wong Yuk Tsan (Human Resource, Editor, Think Tank)
  7. Ng Lok Yiu (Editor in Chief)
  8. Chan Cheuk Yu Andrea (Editor, Think Tank, Purchasing specialist)
  9. Au Hiu Long (Editor, Think Tank)
  10. Cheung Hoi Ling Helen (Editor, Think Tank, Design)
  11. Songjie GUO (Editor, Think Tank)
  12. Yu Jesse Joy Yin (Editor, Think Tank)