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 October 23, 2015 - 4:08 AM EDT
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SFCE Solutions Power the Hong Qiao International School

Retrofitting SFCE clean energy solutions will promote the school's efforts to be cost and energy efficient.

HONG KONG, Oct. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Shunfeng International Clean Energy ("SFCE" or the "company"), (HK stock code: 1165) today unveiled their integrated clean energy system for the Hong Qiao International School in Shanghai ("HQIS" or the "school"). With the advanced clean energy technologies invested, installed, maintained and operated by the company, HQIS's new energy system stands as a testament to the impact of SFCE's integrated solutions as it will cut the school's energy costs in half and reduce its carbon emissions by two-thirds.

Senior leaders and guests unveiled SFCE's integrated clean energy system at the Shanghai Hong Qiao International School (From the left: Hong Qiao International School Principal Rebecca Zipprich, Representative from China Association of Higher Education and SFCE CEO Mr. Eric Luo)

"We at SFCE are so happy to be celebrating the completion of our long awaited project with the Hong Qiao International School. The unveiling of the school truly marks the start of a new age for clean energy," says Eric Luo, SFCE CEO. "The project reflects SFCE's vision of providing affordable and accessible energy alternatives via an integrated system of clean energy solutions. HQIS is a great example of how SFCE's medley of solutions can be retrofitted to a building to reduce both its energy costs and carbon footprint."

Under a 25 year energy management contract, SFCE has installed a fully integrated system comprised of its subsidiaries' technology, which includes a built-in photovoltaic (BIPV) rooftop system, a Nobao ground source heat pump (GSHP) heating, cooling and hot water system, high-efficiency LED lighting system by Lattice Power and a meteocontrol smart monitoring system. The project space covers a total of 15,000m2. Upon the completion, the system will enable the school to reduce energy costs by 50% and minimize its carbon footprint by more than 66%.

Rebecca Zipprich, the school's principal says, "As advocates and practitioners of energy conservation, we at the Hong Qiao International School have introduced SFCE's integrated clean energy system. The BIPV system implemented generates solar power, the use of LED products greatly reduce electricity consumption for lighting, while the ground source heat pump system meets our heating, cooling and hot water needs. These green energy-saving designs and technologies, enable the children to pay more attention to the environment, and empower them to believe that we have the ability to make the world to a better place."

In celebration of the launch of the system, SFCE held an unveiling at the school today. Eric Luo, CEO of SFCE, members of its subsidiary companies, Suntech, Sunways, Nobao, meteocontrol and Lattice Power, and HQIS officials along with distinguished guests attended the unveiling. Additionally, guests and attending media were offered a tour of the new facilities and given a preview of the system at work.

About SFCE

Shunfeng International Clean Energy Limited (SFCE) is committed to becoming the largest low-carbon, integrated, clean energy generation provider globally. Through strategic acquisitions and integration, SFCE owns a number of well-known product and technology brands in the industry. SFCE fosters a continuous improvement in energy generation including in solar, sea water power and ground source heat pumps, combined with energy management and storage capabilities. SFCE aims to provide clean energy solutions to large scale public facilities and commercial users such as business facilities, office buildings, schools, hospitals sports stadiums and households. SFCE's energy solutions can achieve energy cost reductions of 50% - 70%, creating energy generation choices for its customers to reduce both carbon emissions and energy costs. To learn more about the company, please visit

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Source: PR Newswire (October 23, 2015 - 4:08 AM EDT)

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