Hong Kong

Why is Hong Kong robust in the energy war?

An energy expert says Hong Kong has secured energy from nuclear to gas-fired power.

Why is Hong Kong robust in the energy war?

An energy expert says Hong Kong has secured energy from nuclear to gas-fired power.

Energy transition depends on quickly pushing out built conventional technologies, says The Lantau Group partner

Mike Thomas noted that the transition is driven by commercial realities that see technologies competing effectively. 

CLP Holdings records HK$4.9b loss in H1 2022

It saw a HK$3.9b loss in operating earnings.

CLP Power upgrades programme to help businesses save energy, decarbonise

It is backed by the CLP Community Energy Saving Fund with HK$2m support.

What happens to CLP Power as Hong Kong transitions to carbon neutrality

Since 2020, it has increased its gas-fired power generation proportion to around 50% to make up for the coal-fired generation to be phased out.

CLP Power secures HK$1b emission reduction-linked loan

The loan was the first ESG-linked facility in the Japanese financial market.

NEFIN Group expands footprint in Hong Kong with over 657,000kWh project

The company has lined up three new projects in the city.

CLP Power Wins Five Top Prizes at ‘Industry Oscars’ Asian Power Awards

CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (“CLP Power”) has won five top prizes in the Asian Power Awards 2021, known as the Oscars of the Asia-Pacific energy industry. The  awards were presented for two environmentally-sensitive infrastructure projects in Hong Kong – the new gas-fired generation unit D1 (Unit D1) at Black Point Power Station, and the Ma Sik Road 132 kV substation in Fanling. ​

Where is Hong Kong now in its carbon neutrality target?

The city is now implementing several abatement measures as it aims to be carbon neutral by 2050.

Deutsche Bank China to provide $43m trade finance facility to CNTIC

The facility will be used for a electricity generation project in rural Myanmar.

Project rush boosts VPower Group's capacity by 70%

It secured utility-like projects in Myanmar and Sri Lanka over a few months.

Hong Kong's CLP Holdings expands its non-carbon portfolio

It is exploring opportunities in the Greater Bay Area and India.

Can renewables and gas support a coal-free Hong Kong?

CLP Power Hong Kong and HK Electric are building an offshore LNG terminal and have introduced feed-in tariff schemes that are gaining interest.

Hong Kong seeks to import LNG to cut coal reliance

A floating regasification vessel with 8.3bcm capacity in the works.

Citi buys RECs for 300,000kWh of power from CLP and HK Electric

It aims to use 100% renewable energy across its 7,500 facilities by 2020.