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Key Performance Data

We continually improve by managing, monitoring and reporting our performance. These tables present a quantitative overview of our 2018 non-financial performance. The indicators are selected from the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards as well as other key performance data. 2018 data shaded in orange have been independently verified by PricewaterhouseCoopers. The assurance scope of the past years' data can be found in the previous Sustainability Reports.

  2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 Notes GRI/HKEx

Notes to the KPI table:

  • Includes share of results (net of income tax) from joint ventures and associates netted with earnings attributable to other non-controlling interests, which represented our share of economic value created together with our business partners.
  • Another HK$1,338 million of staff costs incurred were capitalised.
  • Finance costs are netted with finance income and include payments made to perpetual capital securities holders. In addition, finance costs of HK$278 million were capitalised.
  • Represents current income tax but excluding deferred tax for the year.
  • Represents earnings attributable to shareholders (before depreciation, amortisation and deferred tax) for the year retained. 
  • The system of rules applied in recording and reporting accident statistics complies with the International Labour Organization (ILO) Code of Practice on Recording and Notification of Occupational Accidents and Diseases. Each year's safety data cover the incidents that happened in that calendar year and are based on the latest information available at the time of publication.
  • A fatality is the death of an employee or contractor personnel as a result of an occupational illness/ injury/ disease incident in the course of employment.
  • All rates are normalised to 200,000 worked hours, which approximately equals to the number of hours worked by 100 people in one year.
  • An occupational illness/ injury/ disease sustained by an employee or contractor personnel causing him/ her to miss one scheduled workday/ shift or more after the day of the injury (including fatalities). A lost time injury does not include the day the injury incident occurred or any days that the injured person was not scheduled to work and it does not include restricted work injuries.
  • Total recordable injuries count all occupational injury incidents and illness other than first aid cases. They include fatalities, lost time injuries, restricted work injuries, and medical treatment.
  • It refers to the number of working days lost when workers are unable to perform their usual work because of an occupational accident or disease. A return to limited duty or alternative work for the same organisation does not count as lost days.
  • A first aid case at CLP Power Hong Kong in 2016 was reclassified as a medical treatment case.
  • The percentages given refer to full-time permanent staff within each location, who are eligible to retire within the next five years.
  • Voluntary turnover is employees leaving the organisation voluntarily and does not include dismissal, retirement, separation under a separation scheme or end of contract.
  • In Mainland China, voluntary staff turnover rates refer to both permanent and short-term employees. In all other regions, voluntary staff turnover rates refer to permanent employees only.
  • Training per employee has been reported in average hours of training since 2014. Prior to 2014, training per employee is reported in average days of training. 
  • Environmental data rounded by asset before aggregation.
  • CO2 emissions of Yallourn and Hallet assets were used in 2018. Prior to 2018, CO2e emissions data of these assets were used.
  • "Equity basis" includes all majority and minority share assets in the CLP Group portfolio.
  • Starting in 2018, "long-term capacity and energy purchase" is defined as a purchase agreement with duration of at least five years, and capacity or energy purchased being no less than 10MW.
  • "Electricity sold" includes the units of renewable energy sold in the form of Renewable Energy Certificates (REC) to Hong Kong customers.
  • Covers operating assets where CLP has operational control at some point during the calendar year. Jeeralang and Newport, acquired by EnergyAustralia in April 2018, were not included in the 2018 data points. They will be included in the scope for 2019 reporting.
  • Waste categorised in accordance with local regulations.

2018 data shaded in orange have been independently verified by PricewaterhouseCoopers.The assurance scope of the past years' data can be found in the previous Sustainability Reports.



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Reporting Period and Scope
KPI Table
Selected Group Level Data Assurance Statement
Climate Action Finance Report
Assurance Statement on the Climate Action Finance Report
Assets Performance Statistic
Generation Performance of Our Assets
Safety and Environment Management Systems of Our Assets
Stakeholders Key Concerns or Interests Table
Industry and Organisations Table
GRI Content Index
Hong Kong Stock Exchange ESG Guide – Content Index
Full Report
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Sustainability Review
Our Past Sustainability Reports