CLP's Energy Vision & Nuclear Investment Strategy

The Guangdong Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station is owned by Guangdong Nuclear Power Joint Venture Company, Limited (GNPJVC). CLP is a 25% equity partner of GNPJVC through its 100% owned subsidiary, Hong Kong Nuclear Investment Company Limited (HKNIC).

The Guangdong Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station (Daya Bay) is managed and operated by the Daya Bay Nuclear Power Operations & Management Company, Limited (DNMC) in which CLP also has partial ownership (12.5% stakeholding) through a sister company of HKNIC. CLP has nominated key managerial positions at Daya Bay and DNMC to contribute towards nuclear safety and to support the management of the facilities to international levels.

Daya Bay produces around 14 billion kWh of electricity per year, of which 70% is exported to CLP's Hong Kong system. In September 2009, the supply contract between Daya Bay and CLP was extended to 2034.

To ensure that more clean and cost-competitive energy is provided to Hong Kong, an agreement has been reached in securing a temporary additional supply of a small amount of nuclear from Daya Bay, to increase its electricity supply to Hong Kong from 70% to approximately 80% for late 2014 to 2018.

Business Relations

Distinguished Roles of CLP
in the Daya Bay Nuclear Project


CLP as an Investor
Contributing Our Expertise
Import Nuclear Energy to
Hong Kong

CLP: CLP Holdings Ltd.
HKNIC: Hong Kong Nuclear Investment Co. Ltd. (wholly-owned subsidiary of CLP)
CLPNIC: CLP Nuclear Investment Co., Ltd. (wholly-owned subsidiary of CLP)
CGN: China General Nuclear Power Corporation
GNPJVC: Guangdong Nuclear Power Joint Venture Co., Ltd.
GNIC: Guangdong Nuclear Investment Co., Ltd. (wholly-owned subsidiary of CGNPC)
DNMC: Daya Bay Nuclear Power Operations & Management Co., Ltd.
GNPS: Guangdong Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station