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CLP continually improves by managing, monitoring and reporting its ESG performance. These tables present a quantitative overview of the Group's 2023 financial and non-financial performance. The disclosures are selected from the GRI Standards, The Hong Kong Stock Exchange's ESG Reporting Guide, SASB Standards for Electric Utilities, IFRS S1 General Requirements for Disclosure of Sustainability-related Financial Information and IFRS S2 Climate-related Disclosures, as well as other key performance data.

Detailed discussion of these metrics can be found in the corresponding Respecting Nature and Serving our Stakeholders sections.

The 2023 data shaded in orange has been independently verified by KPMG. The assurance scope of past years' data can be found in previous sustainability reports.

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2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Total capital investment incurred by asset type (HK$M(%))1,2,3

15,674 (100%)

17,849 (100%)

15,411 (100%)

13,022 (100%)

12,028 (100%)

IFRS S1-35(c)

Transmission, distribution and retail

6,936 (44%)

6,379 (36%)

5,957 (39%)

4,810 (37%)

5,229 (43%)

Coal

2,921 (19%)

2,280 (13%)

2,628 (17%)

3,638 (28%)

2,473 (21%)

Gas

4,336 (28%)

6,713 (38%)

5,639 (37%)

3,445 (26%)

3,146 (26%)

Nuclear

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

352 (3%)

Wind

219 (1%)

1,721 (10%)

842 (6%)

455 (4%)

457 (4%)

Hydro

53 (0%)

29 (0%)

Solar

457 (3%)

34 (0%)

Waste-to-energy

37 (0%)

1 (0%)

18 (0%)

7 (0%)

123 (1%)

Others4

715 (5%)

692 (4%)

327 (2%)

667 (5%)

248 (2%)

Total operating earnings by asset type (HK$M(%))1,5

11,606 (100%)6

9,156 (100%)6

10,972 (100%)

12,374 (100%)

12,138 (100%)

Transmission, distribution and retail

6,127 (53%)6

6,534 (72%)6

6,095 (56%)

5,751 (46%)

5,131 (42%)

Coal

308 (3%)6

-1,478 (-16%)6

763 (7%)

2,871 (23%)

2,503 (21%)

Gas

2,164 (19%)6

1,466 (16%)6

1,312 (12%)

1,510 (12%)

1,735 (14%)

Nuclear

1,888 (16%)6

1,965 (22%)6

1,908 (17%)

1,594 (13%)

1,688 (14%)

Wind

615 (5%)6

428 (5%)6

630 (6%)

567 (5%)

1,011 (8%)

Hydro

101 (1%)6

112 (1%)6

Solar

353 (3%)6

4 (0%)6

Waste-to-energy

8 (0%)6

9 (0%)6

10 (0%)

8 (0%)

5 (0%)

Others4

42 (0%)6

116 (1%)6

254 (2%)

73 (1%)

65 (1%)

Revenue by asset type (HK$M(%))1

87,169 (100%)

100,662 (100%)

83,959

79,590

85,689

Transmission, distribution and retail

40,248 (46%)

39,169 (39%)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Coal

13,800 (16%)

26,188 (26%)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Gas

20,075 (23%)

21,657 (22%)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Nuclear

6,943 (8%)

7,000 (7%)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Wind

1,093 (1%)

1,950 (2%)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Hydro

452 (1%)

507 (1%)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Solar

623 (1%)

983 (1%)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Waste to energy

56 (0%)

58 (0%)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Others4

3,879 (4%)

3,150 (3%)

N/A

N/A

N/A

  1. Numbers have been subject to rounding. Any discrepancies between the total shown and the sum of the amounts listed are due to rounding.
  2. Capital investment includes: i) capital expenditure in fixed assets, right-of-use assets, investment property and intangible assets; ii) changes in investments and advances to joint ventures and associates; and iii) acquisitions of assets and/or businesses.
  3. On an accrual basis.
  4. Others include oil, other businesses outside of power generation, transmission, distribution and retail, as well as corporate or enterprise items.
  5. Before unallocated expenses.
  6. Operating earnings in 2022 and 2023 are aligned where fair value movements are excluded.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Economic value generated (HK$M)

GRI 201-1

Revenue

87,169

100,662

83,959

79,590

85,689

Share of profits of non-wholly owned entities1

2,320

2,036

1,129

1,608

1,828

Economic value distributed (HK$M)

Fuel costs

20,491

26,603

18,506

15,753

16,712

Other operating costs2

44,010

59,505

39,922

35,774

48,654

Staff expenses3

4,749

4,668

5,107

4,844

4,535

Finance costs4

2,008

1,981

1,774

1,875

2,033

Dividends

7,832

7,832

7,832

7,832

7,782

Taxes5

1,709

1,649

1,720

2,529

2,189

Donations

9

10

15

27

21

Economic value retained (HK$M)6

8,681

450

10,212

12,564

5,591

  1. Includes share of results (net of income tax) from joint ventures and associates netted with earnings attributable to other non-controlling interests, which represented CLP's share of economic value created together with its business partners.
  2. Includes impairment provision/reversal and other charges. In particular, amount included impairment of energy retail goodwill of HK$5,868 million and HK$6,381 million in 2023 and 2019 respectively, loss on sale of subsidiaries of HK$4,312 million in 2022 and litigation settlement of HK$1,110 million in 2021.
  3. Another HK$1,673 million (2022: HK$1,509 million) of staff costs incurred were capitalised.
  4. Finance costs are netted with finance income and include payments made to perpetual capital securities holders. In addition, finance costs of HK$614 million (2022: HK$466 million) were capitalised.
  5. Represents current income tax but excludes deferred tax for the year.
  6. Represents earnings attributable to shareholders (before depreciation, amortisation and deferred tax) for the year retained.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

CLP Group1

Total CO2e emissions – on an equity basis (kt)2,3

52,988

60,223

65,017

62,138

71,720

GRI 305-1, 305-2, 305-3/ HKEx A1.2/ SASB IF-EU-110a.1,
IF-EU-110a.2/ IFRS S2-29(a)

Scope 1 (kt)4

38,163

44,141

47,690

45,105

50,047

Scope 2 (kt)

229

220

236

244

250

Scope 3 (kt)

14,597

15,861

17,091

16,790

21,424

Category 1: Purchased goods and services

1,056

912

901

1,210

1,093

Category 2: Capital goods

816

902

1,488

685

1,347

Category 3: Fuel- and energy-related activities

11,053

12,046

12,733

12,690

16,671

SASB IF-EU-110a.2

Category 5: Waste generated in operations

46

56

80

63

101

Category 6: Business travel

4

2

1

1

8

Category 7: Employee commuting

4

5

4

2

4

Category 11: Use of sold products

1,617

1,939

1,884

2,138

2,200

CLP Group's generation and energy storage portfolio3,4,5

CO2 – on an equity basis (kt)6

38,051

44,019

47,574

44,987

N/A

GRI 305-1, 305-2/
HKEx A1.2

CO2e – on an equity basis (kt)6

38,241

44,235

47,813

N/A

N/A

CO2 – on an equity plus long-term capacity and energy purchase basis (kt)7

42,216

48,074

51,674

48,621

N/A

CO2e – on an equity plus long-term capacity and energy purchase basis (kt)7

42,439

48,323

51,941

N/A

N/A

CO2 – on an operational control basis (kt)6,8

30,563

44,338

46,842

43,808

50,412

CO2e – on an operational control basis (kt)6,8

30,732

44,571

47,090

44,023

50,676

  1. Refers to a range of businesses, including generation and energy storage portfolio, transmission and distribution, retail and others.
  2. Numbers have been subject to rounding. Any discrepancies between the total shown and the sum of the amounts listed are due to rounding.
  3. Paguthan Power Station, the power purchase agreements of which expired in December 2018, was not included in the 2019-2023 numbers.
  4. In accordance with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, WE Station, which makes use of landfill gas from waste for power generation, is not included in CLP’s Scope 1 CO2 emissions and is reported separately in the Asset Performance Statistics. Its non-CO2 GHG emissions (i.e. CH4 and N2O) are included in CLP’s Scope 1 CO2e emissions.
  5. Starting from 2020, the portfolio includes energy storage assets and generation assets. Energy storage assets include pumped storage and battery storage. In previous years, the portfolio included generation assets only.
  6. Numbers include Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions.
  7. Numbers include Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 Category 3 emissions (direct emissions from generation of purchased electricity that is sold to CLP’s customers).
  8. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years. Moreover, in November 2022, CLP sold its 70% interest in the coal-fired Fanchanggang Power Station, which has been excluded from CLP’s reporting scope since then.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

CLP Group – GHG emissions intensity of generation and energy storage portfolio1,2,3

On an equity basis (kg CO2e/kWh)4

0.62

0.63

0.65

0.66

0.71

GRI 305-4/
HKEx A1.2/
IFRS S2-33(a)

On an equity plus long-term capacity
and energy purchase basis
(kg CO2e/kWh)5

0.54

0.55

0.57

0.57

0.63

CLP Power Hong Kong – GHG emissions intensity of electricity sold3,6

CO2 emissions intensity of electricity sold by CLP Power Hong Kong
(kg CO2/kWh)

0.39

0.39

0.39

0.37

0.49

CO2e emissions intensity of electricity sold by CLP Power Hong Kong
(kg CO2e/kWh)

0.39

0.39

0.39

0.37

0.50

  1. Starting from 2020, the portfolio includes energy storage assets and generation assets. Energy storage assets include pumped storage and battery storage. In previous years, the portfolio included generation assets only.
  2. Paguthan Power Station, the power purchase agreements of which expired in December 2018, was not included in the 2019-2023 numbers.
  3. In accordance with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, WE Station, which makes use of landfill gas from waste for power generation, is not included in CLP’s Scope 1 CO2 emissions and is reported separately in the Asset Performance Statistics. Its non-CO2 GHG emissions (i.e. CH4 and N2O) are included in CLP’s Scope 1 CO2e emissions.
  4. Numbers include Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions.
  5. Numbers include Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 Category 3 emissions (direct emissions from generation of purchased electricity that is sold to CLP’s customers).
  6. "Electricity sold" is the total electricity energy sold to CLP Power Hong Kong Limited's customers before the adjustment of Renewable Energy Certificates.

The 2023 data shaded in orange has been independently verified by KPMG. The assurance scope of past years' data can be found in previous sustainability reports.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Environmental regulatory non-compliances resulting in fines or prosecutions (number)1,2

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 2-27

Environmental licence limit exceedances & other non-compliances (number)1,2

5

6

5

4

10

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years. Moreover, in November 2022, CLP sold its 70% interest in the coal-fired Fanchanggang Power Station, which has been excluded from CLP’s reporting scope since then.
  2. Numbers include operating assets where CLP has operational control during the calendar year. Paguthan Power Station, the power purchase agreements of which expired in December 2018, was not included in the 2019-2023 numbers.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Nitrogen oxides (NOx) (kt)1,2

32.3

43.5

45.7

43.2

47.0

GRI 305-7/
HKEx A1.1/
SASB IF-EU-120a.1

Sulphur dioxide (SO2) (kt)1,2

40.6

48.9

52.7

48.0

44.7

Particulates (kt)1,2

6.7

6.8

7.6

6.9

7.7

Sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) (kt)1,2

0.004

0.003

0.004

0.003

N/A

Mercury (t)1,2

0.22

0.52

0.31

N/A

N/A

SASB IF-EU-120a.1

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years. Moreover, in November 2022, CLP sold its 70% interest in the coal-fired Fanchanggang Power Station, which has been excluded from CLP’s reporting scope since then.
  2. Numbers include operating assets where CLP has operational control during the calendar year. Paguthan Power Station, the power purchase agreements of which expired in December 2018, was not included in the 2019-2023 numbers.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Hazardous solid waste (t)1,2,3

Produced

3,617

869

1,524

1,503

862

GRI 306-3/
HKEx A1.3

Recycled

331

493

520

523

201

Hazardous liquid waste (kl)1,2,3

Produced

1,935

1,103

1,017

1,091

1,578

Recycled

684

797

947

1,069

1,536

Non-hazardous solid waste (t)1,2,3

Produced

12,326

12,702

24,481

17,901

13,344

GRI 306-3/
HKEx A1.4

Recycled

6,744

7,917

4,214

4,458

4,986

Non-hazardous liquid waste (kl)1,2,3

Produced

0

23

65

3

59

Recycled

0

23

65

3

57

By-products1,2

Ash produced (kt)

1,045

3,0664

3,403

2,624

3,032

SASB IF-EU-150a.1

Ash recycled / sold (kt)

328

2,365

2,501

1,793

3,667

Gypsum produced (kt)

52

286

367

334

441

Gypsum recycled / sold (kt)

61

280

365

335

438

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years. Moreover, in November 2022, CLP sold its 70% interest in the coal-fired Fanchanggang Power Station, which has been excluded from CLP’s reporting scope since then.
  2. Numbers include operating assets where CLP has operational control during the calendar year. Paguthan Power Station, the power purchase agreements of which expired in December 2018, was not included in the 2019-2023 numbers.
  3. Waste categorised in accordance with local regulations.
  4. Restated as per updated data for Mount piper in Australia.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Total water withdrawal (Mm3)1,2,3

4,249.0

5,339.3

5,243.7

5,466.0

5,475.4

GRI 2.4, 303-3/ HKEx A2.2/ SASB IF-EU-140a.1

For cooling purpose

Water withdrawal from freshwater resources

24.1

42.7

43.3

33.6

47.6

Water withdrawal from marine water resources

4,217.4

5,287.0

5,190.3

5,421.7

5,415.4

For non-cooling purposes

Water withdrawal from freshwater resources

2.0

4.6

5.3

5.7

5.8

Water withdrawal from municipal sources

5.4

5.0

4.8

4.9

6.7

Total freshwater withdrawal from water stressed areas

0.01

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

SASB IF-EU-140a.1

Total water discharge (Mm3)1,2,3

4,240.3

5,310.9

5,205.4

5,438.6

5,433.2

GRI 2.4, 303-4

From cooling process

Treated wastewater to freshwater bodies

0

0

0

0

0

Water discharge to marine water bodies

4,217.4

5,287.0

5,190.3

5,421.7

5,415.4

Wastewater to other destinations

0

0

0

0

0

From non-cooling processes

Treated wastewater to freshwater bodies

19.7

21.0

11.9

13.7

14.4

Treated wastewater to marine water bodies

1.7

1.6

1.3

1.5

1.7

Wastewater to other destinations

1.5

1.3

1.9

1.6

1.7

Wastewater to sewerage

0.03

0.04

0.03

0.03

0.03

Total freshwater consumption of CLP Group's power generation (Mm3)1

12.0

31.3

41.5

N/A

N/A

GRI 303-5/
SASB IF-EU-140a.1

Total freshwater consumption under
water stressed areas (Mm3)1

0.01

16.5

17.2

N/A

N/A

SASB IF-EU-140a.1

Freshwater intensity

Freshwater intensity of CLP Group's power generation (m3/MWh)1,2

0.28

0.52

0.66

0.51

0.74

Freshwater reused/recycled

Freshwater reused/recycled volume (Mm3)1,2

786

756

838

736

686

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years. Moreover, in November 2022, CLP sold its 70% interest in the coal-fired Fanchanggang Power Station, which has been excluded from CLP’s reporting scope since then.
  2. Numbers include operating assets where CLP has operational control during the calendar year. Paguthan Power Station, the power purchase agreements of which expired in December 2018, was not included in the 2019-2023 numbers.
  3. Numbers have been subject to rounding. Any discrepancies between the total shown and the sum of the amounts listed are due to rounding.

The 2023 data shaded in orange has been independently verified by KPMG. The assurance scope of past years' data can be found in previous sustainability reports.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Total Hong Kong customers (number)

2,789,644

2,752,071

2,711,421

2,671,836

2,636,408

GRI EU3/
SASB IF-EU-000.A

Residential

2,439,557

2,407,225

2,369,217

2,333,901

2,301,200

Commercial

214,616

212,251

210,821

208,150

206,792

Infrastructure and Public Services

118,548

115,404

113,956

112,245

110,841

Manufacturing

16,923

17,191

17,427

17,540

17,575

Total electricity delivered (GWh)

35,392

34,824

35,355

33,963

34,284

GRI EU3/
SASB IF-EU-000.B

Residential

9,929

10,113

10,525

10,298

9,451

Commercial

13,673

13,233

13,423

12,878

13,584

Infrastructure and Public Services

10,196

9,863

9,742

9,171

9,586

Manufacturing

1,594

1,615

1,665

1,616

1,663

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Total Australian customers (number)

2,441,460

2,462,537

2,442,683

2,449,401

2,480,781

GRI EU3

Commercial and Industrial

3,870

8,7401

7,208

8,962

12,599

Mass market

2,437,590

2,453,797

2,435,475

2,440,439

2,468,182

  1. The number was restated due to classification updates.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

System Average Interruption Frequency Index [SAIFI]1

0.27

0.27

0.21

0.19

0.17

SASB IF-EU-550a.2

System Average Interruption Duration Index [SAIDI] (hours)1

0.29

0.30

0.23

0.39

0.42

Unplanned Customer Minutes Lost [CML] (minutes)1

5.98

5.69

0.99

9.772

10.133

  1. The numbers are derived by calculating the average of data from the most recent three years. For example, the figures under year 2023 are the 3-year averages of data from 2021 to 2023.
  2. The 2018-2020 average would have been about 0.9 minutes without the severe impact of Mangkhut in September 2018.
  3. The 2017-2019 average would have been about 1.3 minutes without the severe impact of Mangkhut in September 2018.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Total disconnections for Hong Kong retail businesses (number)1,2,3

6,520

4,859

4,943

4,999

4,643

0 - 2 days

115

144

105

98

4,333

3 - 7 days

721

739

796

506

170

8 - 31 days

2,304

1,817

2,251

2,274

101

≥ 32 days

3,380

2,159

1,791

2,121

39

  1. It refers to the disconnection orders completed due to heavily overdue payment.
  2. It refers to the number of days required from the issuance of the disconnection orders to the completion of the disconnection orders.
  3. It includes residential and commercial & industrial businesses.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Coal consumed (for power generation) (TJ)1,2,3

250,177

394,274

426,190

403,379

485,453

GRI 302-1/
HKEx A2.1

Gas consumed (for power generation) (TJ)1,2,3

146,370

151,327

142,304

134,776

107,183

Oil consumed (for power generation) (TJ)1,2,3

2,854

2,936

2,717

2,243

2,620

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years. Moreover, in November 2022, CLP sold its 70% interest in the coal-fired Fanchanggang Power Station, which has been excluded from CLP’s reporting scope since then.
  2. Numbers have been subject to rounding.
  3. Numbers include operating assets where CLP has operational control during the calendar year. Paguthan Power Station, the power purchase agreements of which expired in December 2018, was not included in the 2019-2023 numbers.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

On an equity basis

Total generation and energy storage capacity by asset type (MW(%))1,2

18,123 (100%)

17,970 (100%)

20,018 (100%)

19,691 (100%)

19,238 (100%)

GRI EU 1

Coal

8,486 (46.8%)

8,486 (47.2%)

10,795 (53.9%)

10,765 (54.7%)

10,765 (56.0%)

Gas

4,938 (27.2%)

4,934 (27.5%)

4,666 (23.3%)

4,600 (23.4%)

4,194 (21.8%)

Nuclear

1,600 (8.8%)

1,600 (8.9%)

1,600 (8.0%)

1,600 (8.1%)

1,600 (8.3%)

Wind3

1,827 (10.1%)

1,680 (9.3%)

1,747 (8.7%)

1,521 (7.7%)

1,521 (7.9%)

Hydro3

489 (2.7%)

489 (2.7%)

489 (2.4%)

489 (2.5%)

489 (2.5%)

Solar3

548 (3.0%)

554 (3.1%)

499 (2.5%)

499 (2.5%)

451 (2.3%)

Waste-to-energy3

7 (0.0%)

7 (0.0%)

7 (0.0%)

7 (0.0%)

7 (0.0%)

Energy storage

18 (0.1%)

10 (0.1%)

5 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

N/A

Others

210 (1.2%)

210 (1.2%)

210 (1.0%)

210 (1.1%)

210 (1.1%)

On an equity plus long-term capacity and energy purchase basis

Total generation and energy storage capacity by asset type (MW(%))1,2

23,291 (100%)

23,068 (100%)

25,108 (100%)

24,752 (100%)

24,015 (100%)

Coal

9,719 (41.7%)

9,719 (42.1%)

12,027 (47.9%)

11,997 (48.5%)

11,997 (50.0%)

Gas

6,093 (26.2%)

6,089 (26.4%)

5,813 (23.2%)

5,717 (23.1%)

5,139 (21.4%)

Nuclear

2,685 (11.5%)

2,685 (11.6%)

2,685 (10.7%)

2,685 (10.8%)

2,685 (11.2%)

Wind4

2,391 (10.3%)

2,264 (9.8%)

2,331 (9.3%)

2,105 (8.5%)

2,049 (8.5%)

Hydro4

489 (2.1%)

489 (2.1%)

489 (1.9%)

489 (2.0%)

489 (2.0%)

Solar4

842 (3.6%)

848 (3.7%)

793 (3.2%)

793 (3.2%)

745 (3.1%)

Waste-to-energy4

10 (0.0%)

10 (0.0%)

10 (0.0%)

10 (0.0%)

10 (0.0%)

Energy storage

763 (3.3%)

665 (2.9%)

660 (2.6%)

655 (2.6%)

N/A

Others

300 (1.3%)

300 (1.3%)

300 (1.2%)

300 (1.2%)

900 (3.7%)

  1. Numbers have been subject to rounding. Any discrepancies between the total shown and the sum of the amounts listed are due to rounding.
  2. Starting from 2020, a new "Energy Storage” asset category is added, under which pumped storage and battery storage are included. In previous years, assets under the “Others” category included oil-fired generation assets and pumped storage.
  3. Renewables include wind, hydro, solar and waste-to-energy. The total capacity of renewables on an equity basis is 2,871 MW (15.8%) in 2023.
  4. Renewables include wind, hydro, solar and waste-to-energy. The total capacity of renewables on an equity plus long-term capacity and energy purchase basis is 3,732 MW (16.0%) in 2023.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

On an equity basis

Total energy sent out by asset type (GWh(%))1,2,3

62,052 (100%)

69,726 (100%)

73,113 (100%)

68,699 (100%)

70,949 (100%)

GRI EU 2/
HKEX A2.1/
SASB IF-EU-000.D/

Coal

30,364 (48.9%)

37,031 (53.1%)

42,002 (57.4%)

39,438 (57.4%)

44,596 (62.9%)

Gas

13,817 (22.3%)

14,435 (20.7%)

13,233 (18.1%)

12,390 (18.0%)

9,979 (14.1%)

Nuclear

12,128 (19.5%)

12,346 (17.7%)

12,302 (16.8%)

11,192 (16.3%)

10,888 (15.3%)

Wind4

3,164 (5.1%)

3,146 (4.5%)

2,959 (4.0%)

2,886 (4.2%)

2,924 (4.1%)

Hydro4

1,626 (2.6%)

1,835 (2.6%)

1,668 (2.3%)

1,879 (2.7%)

1,758 (2.5%)

Solar4

920 (1.5%)

901 (1.3%)

922 (1.3%)

898 (1.3%)

805 (1.1%)

Waste-to-energy4

32 (0.1%)

29 (0.0%)

27 (0.0%)

15 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

Energy storage

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

N/A

Others

0 (0.0%)

1 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

1 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

On an equity plus long-term capacity and energy purchase basis

Total energy sent out by asset type (GWh(%))1,2,3

79,512 (100%)

87,360 (100%)

91,183 (100%)

85,949 (100%)

88,573 (100%)

Coal

32,418 (40.8%)

39,027 (44.7%)

43,995 (48.2%)

41,118 (47.8%)

48,512 (54.8%)

Gas

19,203 (24.2%)

19,507 (22.3%)

18,461 (20.2%)

17,157 (20.0%)

13,073 (14.8%)

Nuclear

20,098 (25.3%)

20,836 (23.9%)

20,962 (23.0%)

19,923 (23.2%)

19,400 (21.9%)

Wind5

4,688 (5.9%)

4,709 (5.4%)

4,611 (5.1%)

4,445 (5.2%)

4,474 (5.0%)

Hydro5

1,626 (2.0%)

1,835 (2.1%)

1,668 (1.8%)

1,879 (2.2%)

1,758 (2.0%)

Solar5

1,480 (1.9%)

1,472 (1.7%)

1,524 (1.7%)

1,522 (1.8%)

1,467 (1.7%)

Waste-to-energy5

45 (0.1%)

42 (0.0%)

38 (0.0%)

22 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

Energy storage

-46(-0.1%)

-69 (-0.1%)

-75 (-0.1%)

-118 (-0.1%)

N/A

Others

1 (0.0%)

2 (0.0%)

1 (0.0%)

1 (0.0%)

-109 (-0.1%)

On an operational control basis

Total energy sent out (GWh)3,6

43,073

60,475

62,967

58,918

N/A

  1. Numbers have been subject to rounding. Any discrepancies between the total shown and the sum of the amounts listed are due to rounding.
  2. Starting from 2020, a new "Energy Storage” asset category has been added, under which pumped storage and battery storage are included. In previous years, assets under the “Others” category included oil-fired generation assets and pumped storage.
  3. Paguthan Power Station, the power purchase agreements of which expired in December 2018, was not included in the 2019-2023 number.
  4. Renewables include wind, hydro, solar and waste-to-energy. The total sent out of renewables on an equity basis is 5,743 GWh (9.3%) in 2023.
  5. Renewables include wind, hydro, solar and waste-to-energy. The total sent out of renewables on an equity plus long-term capacity and energy purchase basis is 7,840 GWh (9.9%) in 2023.
  6. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years. Moreover, in November 2022, CLP sold its 70% interest in the coal-fired Fanchanggang Power Station, which has been excluded from CLP’s reporting scope since then.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Customer satisfaction score

CLP

74

72

73

74

72

All public utilities in the energy sector

74

73

74

74

73

Public service organisations

74

73

73

74

73

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Customer service

Calls handled by EnergyAustralia (number)

1,537,970

1,418,676

1,440,277

1,696,233

1,856,845

Complaints received by EnergyAustralia (number)

16,594

13,259

14,643

17,049

20,937

The 2023 data shaded in orange has been independently verified by KPMG. The assurance scope of past years' data can be found in previous sustainability reports.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Group total1

Total employee headcount (number)

8,041

8,318

8,116

8,060

7,960

Full-time (number)

7,882

8,154

7,930

7,865

7,754

Part-time (number)

159

164

186

195

206

Permanent (average %)

85.4

85.7

87.0

87.6

87.8

Fixed-term contract (average %)

14.6

14.3

13.0

12.4

12.2

Hong Kong

Total employee headcount (number)

5,163

4,954

4,771

4,689

4,604

GRI 2-7/
HKEx B1.1

Full-time (number)

5,158

4,948

4,770

4,688

4,603

Part-time (number)

5

6

1

1

1

Permanent (average %)

83.0

81.4

83.5

85.1

85.4

Fixed-term contract (average %)

17.0

18.6

16.5

14.9

14.6

Mainland China

Total employee headcount (number)

702

663

627

609

607

Full-time (number)

702

663

627

609

607

Part-time (number)

0

0

0

0

0

Permanent (average %)

70.1

75.2

75.6

75.3

71.6

Fixed-term contract (average %)

29.9

24.8

24.4

24.7

28.4

Australia

Total employee headcount (number)

2,176

2,251

2,281

2,320

2,280

Full-time (number)

2,022

2,093

2,096

2,126

2,075

Part-time (number)

154

158

185

194

205

Permanent (average %)

95.9

95.6

95.1

94.0

94.5

Fixed-term contract (average %)

4.1

4.4

4.9

6.0

5.5

India1

Total employee headcount (number)

N/A

450

437

442

469

Full-time (number)

N/A

450

437

442

469

Part-time (number)

N/A

0

0

0

0

Permanent (average %)

N/A

96.3

97.4

98.4

98.8

Fixed-term contract (average %)

N/A

3.7

2.6

1.6

1.2

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Group total (full-time equivalent)1,2

Total contractor

8,081.6

10,519.4

9,911.3

9,707.7

11,123.9

Labour supply3

1,066.6

1,157.2

1,329.9

1,423.9

1,573.0

Service contractor4

7,014.9

9,362.2

8,581.5

8,283.8

9,550.9

Hong Kong (full-time equivalent)2

GRI 2-8

Total contractor

5,784.3

5,434.0

5,202.8

4,949.9

6,372.6

Labour supply3

904.1

970.2

1,153.5

1,261.8

1,309.0

Service contractor4

4,880.1

4,463.9

4,049.3

3,688.1

5,063.6

Mainland China (full-time equivalent)2

Total contractor

558.8

331.2

576.0

361.2

363.2

Labour supply3

24.0

24.0

23.5

13.8

13.0

Service contractor4

534.8

307.2

552.5

347.4

350.2

Australia (full-time equivalent)2

Total contractor

1,738.5

1,301.5

1,368.0

1,926.5

1,856.2

Labour supply3

138.5

107.5

101.1

83.1

172.5

Service contractor4

1,600.0

1,194.0

1,266.9

1,843.4

1,683.7

India (full-time equivalent)1,2

Total contractor

N/A

3,452.6

2,764.6

2,470.1

2,531.9

Labour supply3

N/A

55.5

51.8

65.2

78.5

Service contractor4

N/A

3,397.1

2,712.8

2,404.9

2,453.4

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.
  2. Numbers have been subject to rounding. Any discrepancies between the total shown and the sum of the amounts listed are due to rounding.
  3. Labour supply refers to manpower supplied by contractor companies under labour supply agreements. Reporting is based on quarterly averages.
  4. Estimated service contractor full-time equivalent (FTE) is calculated based on the number of man-hours incurred and market-specific average working hours.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Hong Kong (%)

10.8

11.7

N/A

N/A

N/A

GRI 401-1/
HKEx B1.2

By age group

Below 30

10.9

12.5

N/A

N/A

N/A

30-39

12.0

10.6

N/A

N/A

N/A

40-49

7.8

8.7

N/A

N/A

N/A

50 and above

11.9

14.5

N/A

N/A

N/A

By gender

Male

10.1

11.3

N/A

N/A

N/A

Female

13.3

13.2

N/A

N/A

N/A

Mainland China (%)

7.0

5.4

N/A

N/A

N/A

By age group

Below 30

6.3

9.5

N/A

N/A

N/A

30-39

6.3

4.3

N/A

N/A

N/A

40-49

4.5

0.5

N/A

N/A

N/A

50 and above

11.8

10.7

N/A

N/A

N/A

By gender

Male

7.6

5.0

N/A

N/A

N/A

Female

4.1

7.1

N/A

N/A

N/A

Australia (%)

19.1

24.8

N/A

N/A

N/A

By age group

Below 30

31.6

24.8

N/A

N/A

N/A

30-39

20.2

25.9

N/A

N/A

N/A

40-49

18.3

26.1

N/A

N/A

N/A

50 and above

13.0

21.3

N/A

N/A

N/A

By gender

Male

18.1

23.1

N/A

N/A

N/A

Female

20.5

27.1

N/A

N/A

N/A

India (%)1

N/A

12.9

N/A

N/A

N/A

By age group

Below 30

N/A

37.5

N/A

N/A

N/A

30-39

N/A

12.0

N/A

N/A

N/A

40-49

N/A

13.0

N/A

N/A

N/A

50 and above

N/A

6.2

N/A

N/A

N/A

By gender

Male

N/A

12.8

N/A

N/A

N/A

Female

N/A

13.7

N/A

N/A

N/A

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Hong Kong (%)1,2

5.4

6.6

4.6

3.1

2.4

GRI 401-1/
HKEx B1.2

By age group

Below 30

8.2

8.1

7.4

6.3

4.4

30-39

8.9

9.1

5.6

4.3

4.9

40-49

5.4

7.2

5.2

2.6

1.9

50 and above

1.7

4.1

3.0

1.8

1.1

By gender

Male

4.5

5.7

4.4

2.5

1.8

Female

8.4

9.8

5.4

5.4

4.9

Mainland China (%)1,2

2.6

2.3

2.3

1.3

2.0

By age group

Below 30

6.3

8.3

6.7

1.4

8.4

30-39

5.0

3.4

1.9

2.9

1.9

40-49

0.0

0.0

2.5

0.5

0.5

50 and above

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

By gender

Male

2.7

2.4

2.1

1.4

2.4

Female

2.5

1.8

2.9

0.9

0.0

Australia (%)1,2

15.2

18.8

16.1

7.7

12.9

By age group

Below 30

27.7

21.4

25.5

13.6

19.3

30-39

17.6

22.0

19.0

7.4

14.2

40-49

13.1

17.9

11.2

6.2

11.5

50 and above

9.8

13.0

13.1

7.1

8.3

By gender

Male

14.2

17.6

16.4

7.1

12.6

Female

16.8

20.5

15.7

8.5

13.4

India (%)1,2,3

N/A

10.6

6.9

4.7

6.6

By age group

Below 30

N/A

29.5

12.5

5.6

7.4

30-39

N/A

10.6

7.5

5.7

9.3

40-49

N/A

10.4

4.8

4.7

2.9

50 and above

N/A

3.4

5.1

0.0

0.0

By gender

Male

N/A

10.4

6.6

4.3

6.4

Female

N/A

12.0

9.4

7.4

7.5

  1. Voluntary staff turnover refers to employees leaving the organisation voluntarily and does not include dismissal, retirement, company-initiated termination or end of contract.
  2. Includes permanent employees only, except for Mainland China where both permanent and fixed-term contract employees are included due to local employment legislation.
  3. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Group total (number)1

1,168

1,415

1,029

711

857

GRI 401-1

By age group

Below 30

461

667

342

237

309

30-39

410

457

402

241

300

40-49

202

197

204

145

158

50 and above

95

94

81

88

90

By gender

Male

794

930

686

515

552

Female

374

485

343

196

305

Hong Kong (number)

747

731

524

408

348

By age group

Below 30

337

308

208

172

157

30-39

256

265

187

125

121

40-49

117

109

93

69

48

50 and above

37

49

36

42

22

By gender

Male

516

504

368

308

239

Female

231

227

156

100

109

Mainland China (number)

75

71

45

29

43

By age group

Below 30

31

27

24

10

16

30-39

31

35

16

10

25

40-49

11

9

4

8

2

50 and above

2

0

1

1

0

By gender

Male

62

50

37

25

36

Female

13

21

8

4

7

Australia (number)

346

543

433

255

423

By age group

Below 30

93

298

106

53

116

30-39

123

126

182

93

138

40-49

74

76

103

67

104

50 and above

56

43

42

42

65

By gender

Male

216

323

260

166

242

Female

130

220

173

89

181

India (number)1

N/A

70

27

19

43

By age group

Below 30

N/A

34

4

2

20

30-39

N/A

31

17

13

16

40-49

N/A

3

4

1

4

50 and above

N/A

2

2

3

3

By gender

Male

N/A

53

21

16

35

Female

N/A

17

6

3

8

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Group total (%)1,2

14.3

14.1

14.6

14.5

13.9

GRI EU15

Hong Kong (%)2

17.3

18.8

20.1

20.4

19.5

Mainland China (%)2

15.9

15.7

15.1

13.4

14.5

Australia (%)2

7.8

6.7

6.6

5.7

5.4

India (%)1,2

N/A

5.5

5.0

5.1

4.8

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.
  2. The percentages given refer to permanent employees within each region, who are eligible to retire within the next five years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Group total (number)1

106

132

89

79

75

Male

84

100

71

68

64

Female

22

32

18

11

11

Hong Kong (number)

95

94

66

66

61

Male

76

79

52

58

51

Female

19

15

14

8

10

Mainland China (number)

0

3

0

0

4

Male

0

2

0

0

4

Female

0

1

0

0

0

Australia (number)

11

18

17

13

10

Male

8

12

16

10

9

Female

3

6

1

3

1

India (number)1

N/A

17

6

0

0

Male

N/A

7

3

0

0

Female

N/A

10

3

0

0

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Group total (hours)1

44.1

46.2

51.6

42.5

40.1

GRI 404-1/
HKEx B3.2

By gender (hours)

Male

51.4

53.6

58.2

47.7

44.8

Female

24.4

26.0

33.3

27.6

26.8

By professional category (hours)

Managerial

27.2

23.0

29.5

26.8

26.0

Professional

32.5

33.5

41.2

34.9

35.0

General & technical staff

59.6

63.9

65.8

52.2

47.1

By region (hours)

Hong Kong

52.0

56.3

60.8

49.5

47.6

Mainland China

72.3

85.6

77.8

66.8

66.1

Australia

16.9

11.1

26.8

23.2

22.1

India1

N/A

62.1

48.8

33.8

23.2

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Hong Kong (%)

97.8

99.1

97.8

98.4

92.3

HKEx B3.1

By gender

Male

98.3

99.4

98.4

98.4

94.9

Female

96.1

98.2

95.3

98.7

82.2

By professional category

Managerial

93.1

94.6

90.6

96.0

80.6

Professional

97.0

99.3

97.8

99.2

93.1

General & technical staff

99.3

99.6

98.7

98.1

93.1

Mainland China (%)

99.3

95.9

100.0

100.0

100.0

By gender

Male

99.1

97.1

100.0

100.0

100.0

Female

100.0

90.5

100.0

100.0

100.0

By professional category

Managerial

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

Professional

98.7

92.4

100.0

100.0

100.0

General & technical staff

99.7

98.3

100.0

100.0

100.0

Australia (%)

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

By gender

Male

99.9

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

Female

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

By professional category

Managerial

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

Professional

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

General & technical staff

99.9

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

India (%)1

N/A

94.2

95.9

69.9

81.4

By gender

Male

N/A

94.1

95.6

70.4

80.9

Female

N/A

95.2

98.1

66.0

85.5

By professional category

Managerial

N/A

86.8

96.8

58.6

87.9

Professional

N/A

95.7

95.1

74.9

86.3

General & technical staff

N/A

94.1

96.7

66.2

66.4

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Male (%)1

83.3

73.3

69.2

64.3

64.3

GRI 405-1

Female (%)1

16.7

26.7

30.8

35.7

35.7

  1. Includes Executive Director (Chief Executive Officer).

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Group total (%)1,2

Male

72.8

73.3

73.7

74.0

74.0

Female

27.2

26.7

26.3

26.0

26.0

Hong Kong (%)

Male

76.7

77.3

78.3

79.3

79.4

Female

23.3

22.7

21.7

20.7

20.6

Mainland China (%)

Male

81.9

82.5

83.6

82.9

82.5

Female

18.1

17.5

16.4

17.1

17.5

Australia (%)2

Male

60.6

59.4

58.7

58.4

57.9

Female

39.4

40.6

41.3

41.6

42.1

India (%)1

Male

N/A

86.0

87.6

88.0

88.3

Female

N/A

14.0

12.4

12.0

11.7

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.
  2. Data of other gender identities is tracked. It is statistically insignificant and is not separately disclosed.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Hong Kong (%)

Managerial - male

74.0

72.0

71.1

74.4

75.7

Managerial - female

26.0

28.0

28.9

25.6

24.3

Professional - male

72.8

73.2

74.5

75.7

75.2

Professional - female

27.2

26.8

25.5

24.3

24.8

General & technical staff - male

81.4

82.3

83.1

83.3

83.5

General & technical staff - female

18.6

17.7

16.9

16.7

16.5

Mainland China (%)

Managerial - male

76.9

76.0

77.8

84.8

78.9

Managerial - female

23.1

24.0

22.2

15.2

21.1

Professional - male

80.4

82.7

85.0

84.3

85.2

Professional - female

19.6

17.3

15.0

15.7

14.8

General & technical staff - male

83.5

82.8

82.9

81.9

81.0

General & technical staff - female

16.5

17.2

17.1

18.1

19.0

Australia (%)

Managerial - male

62.1

62.9

61.4

63.8

68.6

Managerial - female

37.9

37.1

38.6

36.3

31.4

Professional - male

57.3

56.6

56.8

55.9

54.5

Professional - female

42.7

43.4

43.2

44.1

45.5

General & technical staff - male

65.0

62.7

61.1

61.4

61.0

General & technical staff - female

35.0

37.3

38.9

38.6

39.0

India (%)1

Managerial - male

N/A

89.5

90.3

89.7

90.9

Managerial - female

N/A

10.5

9.7

10.3

9.1

Professional - male

N/A

89.5

90.2

91.2

89.1

Professional - female

N/A

10.5

9.8

8.8

10.9

General & technical staff - male

N/A

81.7

84.1

84.3

84.9

General & technical staff - female

N/A

18.3

15.9

15.7

15.1

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Women in Leadership (%)1,2

29.1

29.1

30.5

27.3

24.2

Women in Engineering (%)1,3

13.3

13.0

12.3

11.5

11.4

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.
  2. Leadership positions are defined as positions at Korn Ferry Reference Level 19 and above.
  3. Employees with a bachelors' degree or above qualification in engineering.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Group total (%)1,2

Below 30

15.4

14.7

12.8

13.1

13.6

30-39

30.6

31.5

30.6

29.7

29.3

40-49

25.3

25.4

26.5

26.2

26.2

50 and above

28.8

28.4

30.2

31.0

30.9

Hong Kong (%)

Below 30

17.2

16.3

14.0

13.8

13.6

30-39

29.0

27.4

25.5

23.6

22.7

40-49

22.9

23.8

24.5

24.6

25.4

50 and above

30.9

32.5

36.0

38.0

38.3

Mainland China (%)

Below 30

15.1

13.6

13.2

12.5

14.0

30-39

34.5

35.7

33.8

33.8

34.6

40-49

28.5

28.1

30.0

32.7

32.1

50 and above

21.9

22.6

23.0

21.0

19.3

Australia (%)2

Below 30

11.1

12.5

11.4

12.6

13.4

30-39

33.1

34.9

35.9

36.6

37.1

40-49

29.9

28.7

29.8

28.1

26.6

50 and above

25.8

23.9

22.9

22.7

22.9

India (%)1

Below 30

N/A

8.9

5.7

10.2

14.9

30-39

N/A

54.0

54.2

51.8

49.0

40-49

N/A

22.7

25.0

24.2

23.9

50 and above

N/A

14.4

15.1

13.8

12.2

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.
  2. Numbers hae been subject to rounding.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Number of years

Hong Kong

13.2

14.1

15.4

16.3

16.8

Mainland China

11.8

12.1

12.3

12.0

11.4

Australia

7.9

7.6

7.4

7.1

5.2

India1

N/A

8.1

8.1

7.6

7.2

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Employees1,2

Fatalities (number of personnel)3,4

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1

Fatality Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)5,6

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Days Away From Work Injuries (number of personnel)4,7

2

6

4

12

7

GRI 403-2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,8

0.03

0.07

0.05

0.13

0.07

High-consequence Injuries
(number of personnel)9

0

0

0

N/A

N/A

GRI 403-9

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,10

0.13

0.17

0.14

0.25

0.19

GRI 403-2/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Work-related Ill Health
(number of personnel)4,11

3

4

1

0

0

GRI 403-10/ HKEx B2.1

Lost Days (number of days)12

125

176

304

443

464

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.2

Contractors1,2

Fatalities (number of personnel)3,4

0

0

0

0

1

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1

Fatality Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)5,6

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.01

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Days Away From Work Injuries (number of personnel)4,7

8

15

10

10

19

GRI 403-2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,8

0.09

0.11

0.08

0.09

0.14

High-consequence Injuries
(number of personnel)9

1

2

1

N/A

N/A

GRI 403-9

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,10

0.22

0.31

0.29

0.37

0.52

GRI 403-2/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Employees and contractors combined1,2

Fatalities (number of personnel)3,4

0

0

0

0

1

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1

Fatality Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)5,6

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Days Away From Work Injuries (number of personnel)4,7

10

21

14

22

26

GRI 403-2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,8

0.06

0.10

0.07

0.11

0.11

High-consequence Injuries
(number of personnel)9

1

2

1

N/A

N/A

GRI 403-9

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,10

0.18

0.25

0.23

0.32

0.38

GRI 403-2/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years. Moreover, in November 2022, CLP sold its 70% interest in the coal-fired Fanchanggang Power Station, which has been excluded from CLP’s reporting scope since then.
  2. 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.
  3. Refers to the number of fatalities as a result of work-related injury.
  4. Starting from 2021, the unit is changed from the number of cases to the number of personnel.
  5. Refers to the number of fatal injuries per 200,000 work hours in the year.
  6. Rates are normalised to 200,000 work hours, which approximately equals to the number of hours worked by 100 people in one year.
  7. Starting from 2021, “Days Away From Work Injuries” replaces “Lost Time Injury”. Days Away From Work Injuries refers to the number of personnel who sustain a work-related injury and are unfit to perform any work on any day after the occurrence of the injury. “Any day” is any calendar day which includes rest days, weekend days, leave days, public holidays or days after ceasing employment. It does not include the day the injury incident occurred. “Days Away From Work Injuries” excludes fatalities which were included in “Lost Time Injury”. Numbers prior to 2021 are the previously reported numbers for “Lost Time Injury”.
  8. Refers to the number of Days Away From Work Injuries and Fatalities per 200,000 work hours in the year.
  9. Refers to the number of personnel who sustain life threatening or life-altering work-related injury. It is a subset of Days Away From Work Injuries.
  10. Refers to the number of Total Recordable Injuries per 200,000 work hours in the year. Total Recordable Injuries include Fatalities, Days Away From Work Injuries, Restricted Work Injuries, and Medical Treatment Injuries.
  11. Starting from 2021, “Work-related Ill Health” replaces “Occupational Disease”. Work-related Ill Health includes the diseases listed in the ILO List of Occupational Diseases, work-related mental illnesses and work-related disorders. Numbers prior to 2021 are the previously reported numbers for “Occupational Disease”.
  12. Starting from 2021, “Lost Days” replaces “Days Lost”. “Lost Days” is the sum total of calendar days (consecutive or otherwise) after the days on which the work-related injuries and work-related ill health occurred. “Days Lost” accounts the working days instead of calendar days. Numbers prior to 2021 are the previously reported numbers for “Days Lost”.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Hong Kong1,2

Employees

Fatalities (number of personnel)

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1

Fatality Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Days Away from Work Injuries
(number of personnel)

1

2

0

4

4

GRI 403-2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.02

0.04

0.00

0.09

0.09

High-consequence Injuries
(number of personnel)

0

0

0

N/A

N/A

GRI 403-9

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.11

0.12

0.02

0.21

0.19

GRI 403-2/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Work-related Ill Health
(number of personnel)

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-10/ HKEx B2.1

Lost Days (number of days)

8

16

0

119

246

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.2

Contractors

Fatalities (number of personnel)

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1

Fatality Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Days Away from Work Injuries
(number of personnel)

5

9

4

5

15

GRI 403-2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.07

0.13

0.07

0.10

0.21

High-consequence Injuries
(number of personnel)

0

0

0

N/A

N/A

GRI 403-9

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.15

0.16

0.14

0.30

0.51

GRI 403-2/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Mainland China1

Employees

Fatalities (number of personnel)

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1

Fatality Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Days Away from Work Injuries
(number of personnel)

0

0

0

2

0

GRI 403-2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.19

0.00

High-consequence Injuries
(number of personnel)

0

0

0

N/A

N/A

GRI 403-9

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.00

0.30

0.00

0.19

0.10

GRI 403-2/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Work-related Ill Health
(number of personnel)

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-10/ HKEx B2.1

Lost Days (number of days)

0

0

19

59

0

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.2

Contractors

Fatalities (number of personnel)

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1

Fatality Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Days Away from Work Injuries
(number of personnel)

0

0

0

1

0

GRI 403-2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.10

0.00

High-consequence Injuries
(number of personnel)

0

0

0

N/A

N/A

GRI 403-9

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.00

0.00

0.08

0.49

0.00

GRI 403-2/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Australia1

Employees

Fatalities (number of personnel)

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1

Fatality Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Days Away from Work Injuries
(number of personnel)

1

4

4

6

3

GRI 403-2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.05

0.18

0.18

0.25

0.10

High-consequence Injuries
(number of personnel)

0

0

0

N/A

N/A

GRI 403-9

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.19

0.28

0.45

0.46

0.31

GRI 403-2/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Work-related Ill Health
(number of personnel)

3

4

1

0

0

GRI 403-10/ HKEx B2.1

Lost Days (number of days)

117

160

285

265

218

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.2

Contractors

Fatalities (number of personnel)

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1

Fatality Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Days Away from Work Injuries
(number of personnel)

3

3

5

2

2

GRI 403-2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.19

0.26

0.40

0.11

0.12

High-consequence Injuries
(number of personnel)

1

1

0

N/A

N/A

GRI 403-9

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

0.64

0.86

0.97

0.44

0.62

GRI 403-2/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

India1

Employees

Fatalities (number of personnel)

N/A

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1

Fatality Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

N/A

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Days Away from Work Injuries
(number of personnel)

N/A

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

N/A

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

High-consequence Injuries
(number of personnel)

N/A

0

0

N/A

N/A

GRI 403-9

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

N/A

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

GRI 403-2/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Work-related Ill Health
(number of personnel)

N/A

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-10/ HKEx B2.1

Lost Days (number of days)

N/A

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.2

Contractors

Fatalities (number of personnel)

N/A

0

0

0

0

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1

Fatality Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

N/A

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

GRI 403-2/ HKEx B2.1/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

Days Away from Work Injuries
(number of personnel)

N/A

3

1

2

0

GRI 403-2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

N/A

0.07

0.03

0.07

0.00

High-consequence Injuries
(number of personnel)

N/A

1

1

N/A

N/A

GRI 403-9

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)

N/A

0.44

0.41

0.46

0.68

GRI 403-2/ SASB IF-EU-320a.1

  1. 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.
  2. Starting from 2022, regional data in Hong Kong includes data from CLP Power, CLPe Holdings and CLP Holdings. Before that data in CLP Holdings included data from CLPe and CLP Holdings, while data in Hong Kong included data from CLP Power. The change reflects the new operating model in CLP in 2022.

The 2023 data shaded in orange has been independently verified by KPMG. The assurance scope of past years' data can be found in previous sustainability reports.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Lobbying, interest representation or similar (HK$M)1

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 415-1

Local, regional or national political campaigns, organisations or candidates (HK$M)1

0

0

0

0

0

Trade associations or tax-exempt groups (e.g. think tanks) (HK$M)1,2

8.05

8.69

14.12

8.90

8.04

Others (e.g. spending related to ballot measures or referendums) (HK$M)1

0

0

0

0

0

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.
  2. Includes contributions to trade associations or tax-exempt groups that seek to influence public policy in the form of memberships, donations or sponsorship. The scope was reviewed in 2023.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Total number of breaches of Code of Conduct reported to the Audit & Risk Committee (cases)1

12

10

18

25

31

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Convicted cases of corruption reported to the Audit & Risk Committee (cases)1

0

0

0

0

0

GRI 205-3/
HKEx B7.1

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Total suppliers by region (number)1

4,215

6,127

5,659

5,777

6,362

GRI 2-6/
HKEx B5.1

Australia

1,853

1,894

1,942

2,216

2,215

Mainland China

1,090

1,257

1,216

1,142

1,166

Hong Kong

1,030

1,058

1,025

1,013

1,000

India

3

1,667

1,197

1,134

1,704

Others (Asia Pacific)

63

64

67

70

77

Europe

96

105

112

121

118

America

78

88

98

78

77

Rest of the world

2

1

2

3

5

  1. There are a few multinational companies having transactions in more than one regions through their local offices, but we combine the local offices and treat one multinational companies as one supplier in our supply base.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Total payment to suppliers by region (HK$M)

42,023

54,794

43,997

36,544

36,746

GRI 204-1

Australia

10,831

12,727

10,617

8,526

8,356

Mainland China

15,346

19,937

17,226

15,577

11,603

Hong Kong

10,205

9,233

8,296

8,501

8,888

India

24

4,343

2,977

1,999

3,104

Others (Asia Pacific)

3,905

5,821

3016

960

3,093

Europe

1,300

1,854

1630

753

1,234

America

409

878

232

221

458

Rest of the world

3

1

3

5

10

The 2023 data shaded in orange has been independently verified by KPMG. The assurance scope of past years' data can be found in previous sustainability reports.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Community programmes implemented (number)1

458

481

443

468

663

GRI 415-1

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Community spending by theme (%)1,2

Education and Development

6

5

6

11

18

Community Wellbeing

31

30

35

28

9

Environment

58

61

56

57

68

Arts and Culture

2

2

1

2

2

Community Engagement

3

2

2

2

3

Community spending by region (%)1,2

Hong Kong

98

94

90

84

81

Mainland China

1

1

1

2

1

Australia

1

2

2

5

10

India1

N/A

3

7

9

8

Southeast Asia & Taiwan

0

0

0

0

0

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.
  2. Numbers have been subject to rounding. Any discrepancies between the total shown and the sum of the amounts listed are due to rounding.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Amount donated for charitable and other purposes (HK$M)1,2

9.18

10.02

15.09

27.00

20.98

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.
  2. Numbers have been subject to rounding.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Volunteer hours from CLP staff and family members (hours)1,2

16,701

19,329

16,541

10,973

20,015

Skill-based (%)1,3

4.7

12.2

0.4

0.8

0.5

Non skill-based (%)1,4

95.3

87.8

99.6

99.2

99.5

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.
  2. Numbers have been subject to rounding.
  3. Refers to volunteering work that requires electrical engineering skills or licenses.
  4. Refers to hands-on, generic services that do not require professional electrical engineering skills or licenses.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Beneficiaries (number)1

Direct beneficiaries

626,000+

1,305,000+

1,580,000+

918,000+

615,000+

Organisations benefitted2

291

280

232

263

401

Beneficiaries by theme (%)1,3

Education and Development

46.7

15.9

13.0

26.5

63.1

Community Wellbeing

22.7

72.1

63.0

65.0

20.3

Environment

25.7

9.9

23.9

8.3

16.1

Arts and Culture

4.9

2.1

0.1

0.2

0.5

  1. Apraava Energy ceased to be a subsidiary and is now accounted for as a joint venture. Apraava Energy is excluded in the figures for 2023, but included in figures for 2022 and prior years.
  2. Includes professional bodies, academic institutes, NGOs and community groups.
  3. Numbers have been subject to rounding. Any discrepancies between the total shown and the sum of the amounts listed are due to rounding.

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

GRI/HKEx/
SASB/IFRS

Workers

Collective radiation dosage for workers (man-mSv)

1,324.3

719.8

641.7

676.2

960.0

Nuclear-related waste

Spent nuclear fuel (t)

37.7

75.4

33.1

37.7

75.2

Low- to intermediate-level radioactive nuclear waste (m3)

53.0

58.8

26.0

71.0

89.4

2023

Greenhouse gas emissions

CLP Group's generation and energy storage portfolio

CO2 (kt)

6,924

CO2e (kt)

6,958

2023

Environmental compliance

Environmental regulatory non-compliances resulting in fines or prosecutions (number)

0

Environmental licence limit exceedances & other non-compliances (number)

11

Air pollutants

Nitrogen oxides (NOx) (kt)1

9.0

Sulphur dioxide (SO2) (kt)1

5.8

Particulates (kt)1

1.0

Sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) (kt)1

0

Mercury (t)1

0.02

Waste produced and recycled

Hazardous solid waste (t)1,2

Produced

155

Recycled

26

Hazardous liquid waste (kl)1,2

Produced

17

Recycled

17

Non-hazardous solid waste (t)1,2

Produced

779

Recycled

721

Non-hazardous liquid waste (kl)1,2

Produced

0

Recycled

0

By-products

Ash produced (kt)1

2,122

Ash recycled / sold (kt)1

2,135

Gypsum produced (kt)1

114

Gypsum recycled / sold (kt)1

114

Water

Total water withdrawal (Mm3)1,3

14.4

For cooling purpose

Water withdrawal from freshwater resources

14.2

Water withdrawal from marine water resources

0

For non-cooling purposes

Water withdrawal from freshwater resources

0.3

Water withdrawal from municipal sources

0

Total freshwater withdrawal from water stressed areas

14.4

Total water discharge (Mm3)1,3

0

From cooling process

Treated wastewater to freshwater bodies

0

Water discharge to marine water bodies

0

Wastewater to other destinations

0

From non-cooling processes

Treated wastewater to freshwater bodies

0

Treated wastewater to marine water bodies

0

Wastewater to other destinations

0

Wastewater to sewerage

0

Total freshwater consumption of Apraava's power generation (Mm3)

14.4

Total freshwater consumption under water stressed areas (Mm3)

14.4

Freshwater intensity

Freshwater intensity of Apraava's power generation (m3/MWh)

1.44

Freshwater reused/recycled

Freshwater reused/recycled volume (Mm3)

104.7

  1. Numbers at asset level have been aggregated and then rounded.
  2. Waste categorised in accordance with local regulations.
  3. Numbers have been subject to rounding. Any discrepancies between the total shown and the sum of the amounts listed are due to rounding.

2023

Fuel use

Coal consumed (for power generation) (TJ)1,2

77,355

Oil consumed (for power generation) (TJ)1,2

30

Total energy sent out (GWh)1,2

10,047

  1. Numbers have been subject to rounding.
  2. Paguthan Power Station, the power purchase agreements of which expired in December 2018, was not included in the 2023 numbers.

2023

Total employee headcount (number)

492

Voluntary staff turnover rate (%)1

9.4

Employee eligible to retire in the next five years (%)2

4.3

Safety performance

Employees3

Fatalities (number of personnel)4

0

Fatality Rate (number per 200,000 work hours)5,6

0.00

Days Away From Work Injuries (number of personnel)7

0

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,8

0.00

High-consequence Injuries (number of personnel)9

0

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,10

0.22

Work-related Ill Health (number of personnel)11

0

Lost Days (number of days)12

0

Contractors3

Fatalities (number of personnel)4

1

Fatality Rate (number per 200,000 work hours)5,6

0.02

Days Away From Work Injuries (number of personnel)7

2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,8

0.07

High-consequence Injuries (number of personnel)9

2

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,10

0.47

Employees and contractors combined3

Fatalities (number of personnel)4

1

Fatality Rate (number per 200,000 work hours)5,6

0.02

Days Away From Work Injuries (number of personnel)7

2

Lost Time Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,8

0.07

High-consequence Injuries (number of personnel)9

2

Total Recordable Injury Rate
(number per 200,000 work hours)6,10

0.45

  1. Voluntary staff turnover refers to employees leaving the organisation voluntarily and does not include dismissal, retirement, company-initiated termination or end of contract.
  2. The percentages given refer to permanent employees, who are eligible to retire within the next five years.
  3. 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.
  4. Refers to the number of fatalities as a result of work-related injury.
  5. Refers to the number of fatal injuries per 200,000 work hours in the year.
  6. Rates are normalised to 200,000 work hours, which approximately equals to the number of hours worked by 100 people in one year.
  7. “Days Away From Work Injuries” has replaced “Lost Time Injury”. Days Away From Work Injuries refers to the number of personnel who sustains work-related injury and is unfit to perform any work on any day after the occurrence of the injury. “Any day” is any calendar day which includes rest days, weekend days, leave days, public holidays or days after ceasing employment. It does not include the day the injury incident occurred. “Days Away From Work Injuries” excludes fatalities which were included in “Lost Time Injury”.
  8. Refers to the number of Days Away From Work Injuries and Fatalities per 200,000 work hours in the year.
  9. Refers to the number of personnel who sustain life-threatening or life-altering work-related injury. It is a subset of Days Away From Work Injuries.
  10. Refers to the number of Total Recordable Injuries per 200,000 work hours in the year. Total Recordable Injuries include Fatalities, Days Away From Work Injuries, Restricted Work Injuries, and Medical Treatment Injuries.
  11. Work-related Ill Health includes the diseases listed in the ILO List of Occupational Diseases, work-related mental illnesses and work-related disorders.
  12. “Lost Days” is the sum total of calendar days (consecutive or otherwise) after the days on which the work-related injuries and work-related ill health occurred.

2023

Programmes

Community programmes implemented (number)

61

Spending

Community spending by theme (%)1

Education and Development

9

Community Wellbeing

72

Environment

14

Arts and Culture

0

Community Engagement

5

Donations

Amount donated for charitable and other purposes (HK$M)

0

Time and expertise contributed

Volunteer hours from CLP staff and family members (hours)1

3,395

Skill-based (%)2

0.1

Non skill-based (%)3

99.9

Beneficiaries

Beneficiaries (number)

Direct beneficiaries

130,000+

Organisations benefitted4

12

Beneficiaries by theme (%)1

Education and Development

7.9

Community Wellbeing

80.1

Environment

12.0

Arts and Culture

0.0

  1. Numbers have been subject to rounding.
  2. Refers to volunteering work that requires electrical engineering skills or licenses.
  3. Refers to hands-on, generic services that do not require professional electrical engineering skills or licenses.
  4. Includes professional bodies, academic institutes, NGOs and community groups.

2023

Code of Conduct

Total number of breaches of Code of Conduct reported to the Audit & Risk Committee (cases)

5

Anti-corruption

Convicted cases of corruption reported to the Audit & Risk Committee (cases)

0

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