CLP Groupi

CLP Group (its holding company is CLP Holdings Ltd) is an electricity company in Hong Kong with businesses in a number of Asian markets and Australia. Incorporated in 1901 as China Light & Power Company Syndicate, its core business remains electricity generation, transmission, and retailing.

  • About 44,000 households were affected during the incident on April 19
  • Electrical and Mechanical Services Department says it is concerned about incident and will examine investigation report with an independent third-party expert

‘I have suggested to HK Electric that they have to give back their reward to residents in case they have got one,’ city’s environmental minister says.


Environment minister says that while the government sees urgency to suppress price increases, any changes to existing agreements must be backed by power firms.

CLP will upgrade the air-conditioning system at Chinachem’s Nina Tower complex to a water-cooled, AI-controlled system, and a CLP wind farm in southwest China will offset its carbon footprint.


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Average monthly savings grew 17 per cent to HK$7,700, but the total Hongkongers say they need to feel safe jumped 20 per cent to HK$590,000, a survey from the Hong Kong Deposit Protection Board says.

Environment chief Tse Chin-wan says authorities will consider all methods to see if they can enable Hong Kong’s electricity tariffs to drop

CLP Power and Australian data centre operator AirTrunk have teamed up to provide renewable energy matching the electricity consumption of a facility used by technology giant Microsoft in Hong Kong.

The soaring prices of oil and gas on global markets are inevitably being passed on to customers, said Michael Kadoorie as CLP reported its biggest ever loss.