We are committed to decarbonising and digitalising our business to serve our customers across the Asia-Pacific region amid the ongoing energy transition.
We operate a vertically-integrated electricity supply business in Hong Kong – which includes generation, transmission and distribution, and retail – and serve 80 percent of the territory's population. Through our partnership with China Southern Power Grid International (HK) Co., Limited in Castle Peak Power Company Limited (CAPCO), we operate the Castle Peak Power Station, Black Point Power Station, Penny’s Bay Power Station and the landfill gas power generation project (WE Station) at the West New Territories Landfill site. The gross capacity (operation / under construction) totals 8,268MW (as of 30 June 2023). We also import power from Guangdong Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station. In addition, we manage over 16,800 kilometres of transmission and distribution lines and over 15,700 substations*.
CLP is regulated by the Scheme of Control Agreement in Hong Kong, which monitors our performance and stipulates our levels of investment and return. The scheme has served Hong Kong well and is a key factor behind the world-class level of reliability, reasonable cost and environmental performance of our electricity supply. We share the community’s concerns about environment, and as such we were early adopters of cleaner fuels. CLP has reduced air emissions by more than 90% from the early 1990s, despite a nearly 90% rise in electricity demand in the same period.
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*Assets are under the Scheme of Control Agreement
Our generation portfolio in the Mainland includes nuclear, wind, solar, hydro and coal. As of 30 June 2023, our generation and energy storage capacity totalled 7,036MW, with operations in 15 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities. The total investment in Mainland China is around HK$50 billion. CLP is continuing to pursue growth in renewable energy in Mainland China, while exploring investment opportunities in smart energy businesses to diversify and contribute to the ongoing energy transition, with a particular focus in the Greater Bay Area.
We have taken a number of measures to support the Chinese Government’s efforts to combat climate change and reduce carbon intensity. We will continue to responsibly manage the environmental impact of our projects and operations, and maintain full compliance with all applicable regulations and standards.
Volunteering efforts by CLP staff remains one of our key platforms to engage with local communities, mainly through youth education and environmental awareness activities.
At CLP we believe in sharing our expertise to help develop sound and balanced frameworks for the evolving electric power industry in the Mainland. We are committed to establishing a long-term and sustainable presence in the Mainland for the future.
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CLP gained a foothold in Australia in the beginning of the 2000s. In 2011, we completed the acquisition of energy retailer EnergyAustralia. As one of the country’s leading integrated energy companies, EnergyAustralia operates a balanced portfolio of self-owned generation capacity and capacity purchases underpinned by coal and gas power plants as well as newer energy sources like wind, solar and batteries. As of 30 June 2023, EnergyAustralia's generation and energy storage portfolio including long-term offtake amounted to 5,789MW. EnergyAustralia also serves the electricity and gas needs of 2.44 million customer accounts across Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory and Queensland.
Helping communities is important to EnergyAustralia. It has developed strategic partnerships with respected organisations to support the development of sport and the well-being of the communities it serves, helping to improve both local amenities and the environment.
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Apraava Energy (formerly known as CLP India) has a strong portfolio of wind and solar projects, in addition to a supercritical coal-fired power project at Jhajjar in Haryana and a gas-fired plant at Paguthan in Gujurat. As of 30 June 2023, CLP’s total equity generation capacity in India stood at 1,699MW. Apraava Energy has also expanded its portfolio into the power transmission sector, including investments in a 254-kilometre interstate transmission line in northeastern India, and a 240km, intra-state power transmission project in Madhya Pradesh.
In 2018, CDPQ became a strategic shareholder of the Indian business, strengthening its ability to pursue new low-carbon investment opportunities.
Apraava Energy is committed to supporting the community, with a focus on addressing health and education challenges, dedicated to improving the quality of life for communities where its assets are located.
Apraava Energy will continue to power India with the highest operational and safety standards, in order to fulfil its pledge to bring light and power to millions in an affordable and sustainable manner.
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CLP has investments in the Ho-Ping Power Station in Taiwan and the Lopburi solar farm in Thailand, with combined equity capacity of 285MW.
Ho-Ping, commissioned in 2002, is 20% owned by CLP. In accordance with Taiwan's law, Ho-Ping will expand its investments in renewable energy.
CLP owns one-third of the Lopburi project in Thailand, the Group’s first utility-scale solar project when the plant achieved full operation in 2012.