CLP has raised its shareholding in the Huaiji power plant from 41.5 per cent in 1997 to 84.9 per cent now. Photo: Dickson LeeCLP has raised its shareholding in the Huaiji power plant from 41.5 per cent in 1997 to 84.9 per cent now. Photo: Dickson Lee
CLP has raised its shareholding in the Huaiji power plant from 41.5 per cent in 1997 to 84.9 per cent now. Photo: Dickson Lee

Power utility CLP, the first major Hong Kong company to invest in Zhaoqing, eyes renewable energy projects to meet bay area’s electricity needs

  • The Hong Kong-based power company invested in a hydroelectric power plant in Zhaoqing 23 years ago, which now supplies 120,000 households
  • CLP says it will explore opportunities to provide more clean energy in the bay area from sources such as solar and wind power

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CLP has raised its shareholding in the Huaiji power plant from 41.5 per cent in 1997 to 84.9 per cent now. Photo: Dickson LeeCLP has raised its shareholding in the Huaiji power plant from 41.5 per cent in 1997 to 84.9 per cent now. Photo: Dickson Lee
CLP has raised its shareholding in the Huaiji power plant from 41.5 per cent in 1997 to 84.9 per cent now. Photo: Dickson Lee
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