Engineer in School

Learn what it’s like to be an engineer through our school talks, interactive STEM workshops and visitations.  

Inspiring the next generation of engineers

Since 2016, our CLP engineers have engaged more than 63,000 secondary school students from 170 schools. Our free Engineer in School (EIS) Programme motivates students to save energy and explore a career in power engineering through: 

  • School talks; 
  • Power Journeys; and
  • Visitations

Programme outline

Our programme theme for 2023/24 is “In Green Power We Strive”. Through a range of Science, Technology Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) activities, junior secondary students will learn more about climate change and renewable energy. Students will also practise low-carbon living and develop innovative thinking through ‘hands-on, minds-on' problem-solving.   

Click on each activity to find out more information.

School talks

Meet our engineers to learn more about electricity generation, low-carbon lifestyles and the career path of an engineer! Our one-hour talks are designed for junior form students.

Power Journeys

Our Power Journeys consist of CLP E-Playground visits and STEM workshops. This year’s STEM workshops will focus on drones, robotics and artificial intelligence. This half-day programme will be held at the Hong Kong Award for Young People Jockey Club Duke of Edinburgh training camp in Tai Po Lam Tsuen. 




“Engineer in School is a creative education programme... It sparks students’ interest in power-related engineering professions. I’m delighted my students were selected to take part in creating the giant smart city model. I’m proud of their devotion and their great work.”


CLP E-Playground

As part of our new Power Journeys, students may visit the new CLP E-Playground. The E-Playground is located in the Tai Po Hong Kong Award for Young People Jockey Club Duke of Edinburgh Training Camp. It enables young people and the general public to learn about energy, engineering and the environment through interesting game installations. For more details, please refer to this video.

Past programme highlights 

Contact us

If you have any enquiries, please email to [email protected]

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