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We Power Hong Kong's Formula E

We Power Hong Kong's Formula E

HK Electric is the official energy partner of Hong Kong ePrix.

Following its successful debut last year, Formula E racing will return to the Central Harbourfront on 2 and 3 December. This year's event will be expanded to two races, making Hong Kong the first Asian city to host a double-header.

This will be a unique opportunity for Hong Kong people to appreciate both the speed and performance of zero-emission electric vehicles (EVs) powerful enough to make it to the racing circuit. As the official energy partner, HK Electric will provide Formula E with a safe, reliable and clean electricity supply as well as power-related technical advice.

For more details of the event, please visit Formula E's  website at www.hkformulae.com.

With more than 100 EVs, HK Electric has one of the largest EV fleets in Hong Kong. We are keen to promote the wider use of EVs to help curb roadside emissions and have been providing free charging at designated charging stations. Those wishing to install charging facilities at their residential or commercial buildings are welcome to contact us for our one-stop "Drive EV Charge Easy" service.

At present, we have 13 charging stations covering every district on HK Island. EV users can always find a HK Electric's charging stations within 15 minutes of driving distance. Our free charging services will be extended until the end of 2018.

To find out more, please visit HK Electric's EV website at www.hkelectric.com/EV.

The new multi-standard EV Quick Charging Station at HKU is opened in May 2017 for public use.

The new multi-standard EV Quick Charging Station at HKU is opened in May 2017 for public use.

Free charging service at HK Electric's charging stations is extended until the end of December 2018.

Free charging service at HK Electric's charging stations is extended until the end of December 2018.

HK Electric is one of the leading companies in Hong Kong to adopt EV in its vehicle fleet.

HK Electric is one of the leading companies in Hong Kong to adopt EV in its vehicle fleet.