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Enabling Growth and Engagement through Continued Community Support

As part of its commitment to community stewardship, CLP Power has rolled out a range of targeted initiatives to address the needs of different communities in Hong Kong.

CLP Power allocated HK$6 million from its Community Energy Saving Fund in 2023 to launch the E-Learning Assistance Programme. The programme provides new electronic learning devices, including iPads, internet mobile WiFi hotspots and data SIM cards, to 1,600 primary, secondary, and tertiary students from low-income families. The initiative aims to support young people needing electronic devices for online classes and e-learning.

CLP distributed e-learning devices to 1,600 underprivileged students to help them learn more effectively.

In addition, CLP launched the Substation Beautification Project to connect people with their communities by decorating substations with murals promoting energy conservation, carbon reduction and green living. The Substation Beautification Project this year was conducted in Yau Tsim Mong, Sham Shui Po and Kwun Tong districts. Non-profit making art organisations, ethnic minority families, senior citizens, and young people were engaged to collaborate in creating beautiful murals together.

Residents of all ages teamed up to beautify the substation in Shek Kip Mei with colourful messages about local heritage and the importance of alow-carbon lifestyle.

CLP China launched the 3-year 'Rural Vitalisation Programme' in 2023. In the first year, CLP China carried out 7 projects in 5 regions under the themes of ecological, talent and industrial/ agricultural vitalisation. The projects have benefitted more than 6,200 people. Also, the 'Knitting for the Community" programme was launched, bringing together CLP China volunteer group of employees and their families to knit over 600 scarves and accessories for the underprivileged in China.

A Volunteer Appreciation Ceremony was held in November 2023 to recognise the volunteering work of employees with NGOs and community partners from 2020 to 2022, a period in which employees collectively delivered close to 30,000 hours of volunteer service. The Volunteer Team adjusted its services in response to the pandemic, switching from door-to-door visits to calls to provide care for elderly people with early symptoms of dementia; and from dine-in hot meals to distributing meal coupons, takeaways and deliveries to the homes of people in need.

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