CLP Holdings Releases 2019 Quarterly Statement (January - September)

​The 2019 Quarterly Statement (January - September) of CLP Holdings Limited has been released. The same Statement will be dispatched to shareholders on 31 October 2019.

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Energy-saving Retro-Commissioning Project by CLP Power and Hospital Authority Wins Prestigious International Award

CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (CLP Power) and the Hospital Authority (HA) have won a prestigious international award for a retro-commissioning demonstration project at the Caritas Medical Centre and North Lantau Hospital. The project, titled the Pioneering First Retro-Commissioning Energy Saving Project for Hong Kong Public Hospitals in Asia, has been awarded the Regional Energy Project of the Year Award for Asia-Pacific by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) which commended its outstanding effectiveness in promoting energy efficiency and cost saving and hailed it as a showcase of retro-commissioning for the local building industry.

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CLP Power Connect Relieves the Energy Burden of
40,000 Households in Needs

​The CLP Power Connect programme encourages residential customers to save energy year-round. Since January 2019, nearly 200,000 customers have signed up for the programme run by CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (CLP Power). The programme also offers an electricity subsidy of HK$500 each for 40,000 households including elderly people, low-income families, disabled people and tenants of subdivided units with a funding of HK$20 million in this year. CLP Power has received more than 35,000 applications for support by mid-September, and the first batch of subsidies has been paid out from May onwards, benefitting more than 21,000 households in need and promoting social inclusion.

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CLP Power Queen’s Hill Substation Wins Top Prize at Asian Power Awards

​CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (“CLP Power”) has won a top prize in the Asian Power Awards 2019, known as the Oscars of the regional energy industry. CLP Power’s Queen’s Hill 132kV substation was presented with the Gold Award in the Transmission and Distribution Project of the Year category at a ceremony in Kuala Lumpur in recognition of its inspired, environmentally-friendly design.

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CLP Power Commits to Long-Term Decarbonisation and
Calls for a Community-Wide Effort to Combat Climate Change

​CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (“CLP Power”) today (3 September) announced it has submitted a response paper to the Council for Sustainable Development’s public engagement on a long-term decarbonisation strategy for Hong Kong. Although 2050 seems a long way away, we all need to start planning now for a lower carbon future.  CLP Power sees two broad directions to increase low-carbon electricity supply in the longer term. Both have their opportunities as well as challenges and elements of both could in future be combined.  Technology in the energy sector is changing fast and we will need time for further study to maximise the opportunities that these could bring. CLP Power is determined to maintain high levels of safe and reliable electricity supply, whichever future approach we may adopt in decarbonising electricity generation.

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CLP Feed-in Tariff Scheme Receives over 4,300 Applications
with Solar Panel Surface Covering beyond 330,000 square metres

​CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (CLP Power) has received a positive response from the public to the Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme, which was launched in May last year to promote the development of renewable energy and encourage low-carbon living. By the end of July this year, CLP Power had approved more than 80% of over 4,300 applications for the FiT scheme. When these projects are completed by our customers, they will represent a potential total of 62 GWh of green electricity a year – equivalent to the annual energy consumption of 15,000 households and a reduction in carbon emissions of around 30,000 tonnes a year, or the amount of carbon dioxide removed from the atmosphere by 1.30 million trees. With the rising numbers of applications, the FiT capacity of the new connected systems has also grown steadily over the past months.

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