Assets & Services

When CLP turned on its first generator in Hong Kong over a century ago, the territory's total electricity demand was just one tenth of a megawatt.


As of 30 June 2021, our generation capacity in operation and under construction across the Asia-Pacific region stood at 19,867MW on an equity basis, supplemented with an additional 5,035MW of long-term purchases and energy storage capacity. Our business also includes 16,541 kilometres of transmission and distribution lines, and energy retail activities that serve over 5.13 million electricity and gas customer accounts, along with a diversified portfolio of power generation assets which includes coal, gas, nuclear and renewables (wind, hydro and solar).

Learn more about our commissioned and developing assets by exploring the regional map.

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  • Wind
  • Hydro
  • Solar
  • Nuclear
  • Natural Gas
  • Coal
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  • Gas Infrastructure
  • Transmission & Distribution Network
  • Customer Services
  • Others
Castle Peak Power Station
Black Point Power Station
West New Territories Landfill Gas Power Generation Project
Penny's Bay Power Station
Transmission & Distribution Network
Customer Services
Hong Kong Offshore Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal
Andhra Lake Wind Farm
Jath Wind Farm
Chandgarh Wind Farm
Cleansolar Renewable Energy Private Limited
Divine Solren Private Limited
Veltoor Solar Farm
Saundatti Wind Farm
Jhajjar Power Station
Bhakrani Wind Farm
Khandke Wind Farm
Mahidad Wind Farm
Paguthan Power Station
Samana I Wind Farm
Samana II Wind Farm
Satpura Transco Private Ltd
Harapanahalli Wind Farm
Sipla Wind Farm
Tejuva Wind Farm
Theni I Wind Farm
Theni II Wind Farm
Gale Solar Farm
Tornado Solar Farm
Ho-Ping Power Station
Lopburi Solar Farm
Ballarat Battery Storage System
Cathedral Rocks Wind Farm
Customer Services
Gannawarra Battery Storage System
Jeeralang Power Station
Newport Power Station
Hallett Gas-fired Power Station
Mount Piper Coal-fired Power Station
Narrabri Project
Pine Dale Black Coal Mine
Tallawarra Gas-fired Power Station
Wilga Park Gas-fired Power Station
Yallourn Coal-fired Power Station and Brown Coal Open-cut Mine
Datong Wind Farm
Shuangliao I Wind Farm
Shuangliao II Wind Farm
Changling II Wind Farm
Qian'an I Wind Farm
Qian'an II Wind Farm
Qian'an III Wind Farm
Lingyuan Solar Power Station
Suizhong I & II Power Station
Zhungeer II & III Power Station
Penglai I Wind Farm
Zhanhua II Wind Farm
Zhanhua I Wind Farm
Lijin I Wind Farm
Laiwu III Wind Farm
Dongying Hekou Wind Farm
Lijin II Wind Farm
Laiwu I Wind Farm
Rongcheng I Wind Farm
Rongcheng II Wind Farm
Rongcheng III Wind Farm
Huadian Laizhou I Wind Farm
Weihai I Wind Farm
Weihai II Wind Farm
CLP Laizhou I Wind Farm
CLP Laizhou II Wind Farm
Sihong Solar Power Station
Huai'an Solar Power Station
Sanhe I & II Power Station
Liaocheng I Power Station
Shiheng I Power Station
Shiheng II Power Station
Heze II Power Station
Jinchang Solar Power Station
Chongming Wind Farm
Jiangbian Hydro Power Station
Dali Yang_er Hydro Power Station
Xicun I Solar Power Station
Xicun II Solar Power Station
Xundian I Wind Farm
Sandu Wind Farm
Fangchenggang I Power Station
Fangchenggang II Power Station
Fangchenggang Incremental Distribution Network
Huaiji Hydro Power Station
Guangzhou Pumped Storage Power Station
Meizhou Pingyuan Solar Power Station
Nanao II Wind Farm
Nanao III Wind Farm
Guangdong Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station (GNPS)
Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station (YJNPS)
Panshan Power Station
Hong Kong uses imported fuels for its electricity generation and CLP has maintained a balanced fuel mix of nuclear, natural gas and coal to avoid over-reliance on any one source. This approach has enabled us to provide a safe, reliable and clean electricity supply at reasonable cost.
CLP entered the Mainland electricity sector in 1979 and has grown to become one of its largest external investors. We participate in the development, construction and operation of coal, nuclear, hydro, wind and solar energy projects.
CLP is one of the biggest renewable energy producers and among the largest foreign investors in the Indian electricity sector. We also operate gas-fired generation and a supercritical coal-fired project.
CLP has built a number of assets in Southeast Asia and Taiwan. We have taken a leading role in the development, construction and operation of coal-fired and solar projects.
EnergyAustralia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CLP and one of Australia's largest integrated energy businesses. EnergyAustralia generates electricity from coal, gas and renewable energy sources, and retails electricity and gas to 2.44 million customer accounts across Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory and Queensland.

Transmission & Distribution Network

Customer Service

Transmission & Distribution Network

Transmission & Distribution Network

Gas Infrastructure

Customer Service