A way for us to show our commitment to being ethical and responsible members of society


Sinovoltaics commitment to Human Energizing for Learning & Progress (HELP)

What we do
Human Energizing for Learning & Progress (HELP) is our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy where we integrate social and environmental concerns into our operations and interact with our stakeholders in a responsible manner. This includes initiatives to improve the quality of life of our team and their families, the communities where they operate, and the environment as a whole. Stemming from our off-the-grid solar application origins, Sinovoltaics’ CSR initiatives focus on achieving sustainable development of humanity in harmony with nature by employing solar energy and energy storage technologies in order to enable environmental-friendly and sustainable access to clean water and children’s education.


Our CSR commitment is to operate in an ethical and sustainable manner that is beneficial to its employees, clients, the environment, and the local community. It includes a company’s policies and practices that demonstrate its commitment to ethical business practices, environmental protection, and social responsibility. This can include reducing the environmental impact.


Corporate Social Responsibility Budget and Realization is the amount of money allocated for corporate social responsibility activities and the amount of money actually spent on these activities. Sinovoltaics sets the budgets for corporate social responsibility activities such as charitable donations, environmental initiatives, and employee volunteering programs.
GivePower - since 2023
One of our CSR programs involves monthly donations to California-based GivePower Foundation,  a nonprofit charity organization focused on building and deploying solar-powered clean water and energy systems to communities in need around the world. Their solar-powered systems sustainably create access to clean water in water-scarce regions across the globe.
GivePower’s annual report and more information are available at their website:
Relevant Facts on Water Scarcity

Some 3 in 10 people worldwide, or 2.1 billion human beings, lack access to safe, readily available water at home. (1)
An estimated 443 million school days are lost each year from water-related illnesses. (2)
Water and sanitation interventions are cost-effective across all world regions. These interventions were demonstrated to produce economic benefits ranging from $5-46 USD for every $1 USD invested. (3)
1) World Health Organization
2) Lifewater
3) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Leapfrog Kindergarten - 2023

Sinovoltaics donated solar-powered lighting equipment for the Leapfrog Kindergarten which is located in Sai Kung country park in Hong Kong.

Situated in the midst of a forest, this non-profit kindergarten was in need of flexible and sustainable lighting solutions for its children playground area. Sinovoltaics decided to lend its support in the framework of it’s the company’s solar and education-focused CSR framework.

Sinovoltaics also donated solar PV-powered tools such as flashlights and camping lights for the annual Halloween raffles at Leapfrog Kindergarten, the proceeds of which are used for upgrades to the kindergarten’s facilities.

Rwanda - 2019

In 2019, Sinovoltaics donated funds for the purchase and installation of a small 200W solar PV system (supplied by company Mobisol) for the Primary School E. P. Nyiragikokora in rural Rwanda.

The project was organized by the  Helmut Weimar Rwanda Foundation in the framework of the Jumelage Rhineland-Palatinate / Rwanda, which is a decades-long partnership framework between Rwanda and the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate that began in 1982 as a decentralised, citizen-citizen development cooperation model linking communities of Rhineland-Palatinate and Rwanda.

Situated amidst tea plantations and cattle pastures, primary school E. P. Nyiragikokora lacked access to the grid. Against the backdrop of its commitment to use solar energy to provide access to education for children, Sinovoltaics donated for this project to address this energy gap. The solar PV system, now in operation, efficiently powers six classrooms and the headmaster's room, ensuring a reliable source of electricity for lighting, computers, and chargers.