HK Electric Investments is the first fixed single investment trust listed in Hong Kong with a focus on the power industry. Our principal operating subsidiary, The Hongkong Electric Company, Limited (HK Electric), commenced operations in 1890 and is one of the longest-established utility companies in the world.
Over our long history, we have consistently supported Hong Kong's economic journey by offering safe, reliable and affordable electricity while minimising the impact of our operations on the environment as we strive to deliver sustainable growth in long-term value to our investors.
HK Electric Investments believes that open and on-going communication with our stakeholders is central to our operation and development. We engage different stakeholders through a variety of channels and stakeholder suggestions and feedback are highly valued in our decision making process as we strive for continuous improvements.
Underpinned by its core value of "Pursuit of Excellence", HK Electric is committed to delivering excellent services and supply reliability to our customers. We have been providing a world-class supply reliability of over 99.999% since 1997 and all our service standards are achieved or even surpassed every year.
To satisfy the aspirations from the community, and in support of Government’s energy and environmental policy objectives, HK Electric has launched a suite of "Smart Power Services".
HK Electric is one of the longest-established power companies in the world. The Company has a world-class record of providing a highly reliable electricity supply to Hong Kong and Lamma islands at a reasonable and affordable price.
HK Electric Investments is committed to meeting the long-term energy needs and supporting the sustainable development of the community we serve. To do this, we focus not only on powering Hong Kong with a world-class electricity supply, but also on the way we deliver it and the impacts it has on the environment.
HK Electric aspires to be an employer of choice. We have policies and systems in place to attract talents and through continuous training and development, nurture them for a fulfilling career. We offer competitive remuneration, an ideal workplace and comprehensive wellness programmes for our employees while maintaining regular and open dialogues with them.
To keep up with trends prevalent in a smart city, HK Electric's Happy Green Campaign is leveraging more online media and social platforms this year to promote its message of "Smart Power for Smart City".
These promotional channels include the Campaign Facebook, a mini-movie and related on-line games, animations and an interactive drama, all aimed to encourage energy efficiency, use of renewable energy and low-carbon lifestyle. "Green Kid", the "spokesperson" for the Campaign, will take up different roles to share tips in the virtual world on how to maintain a low-carbon lifestyle, allowing students and the public to continue gaining green knowledge from home during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
To enhance flexibility in learning, the twin programmes of "Happy Green Schools" and "Happy Green Ambassadors" will launch online courses with interactive learning experiences. An interactive drama will also be produced by a professional theatre group for both online and offline delivery, together with a series of creative animations highlighting all the green messages.
And in collaboration with the Learning through Engineering, Art and Design (LEAD) programme of the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, the "Happy Green STEAM DIY" workshops will be organised, where students will be able to design and create devices to achieve energy conservation through technology. Online delivery of these workshops will be made ready for learning at home in case the pandemic persists.
"The development of a smart city makes learning more flexible and innovative. Last year we brought out the concept of what a smart city is to students and the public, and this year we aim to deepen their understanding through more hands-on experiences and participation," said Ms. Mimi Yeung, General Manager (Public Affairs) of HK Electric.
"In view of changes in the learning formats under COVID-19, we will use more diversified teaching media and platforms to facilitate learning of energy efficiency, renewable energy, green lifestyle and smart city through STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) education. We hope to make the learning processes more flexible, fun and creative to all," she added.
Apart from strengthening its online learning resources, the Happy Green Campaign will also introduce two new subsidies this year to support green and STEAM learning on campus. The "Happy Green Schools Fund" will provide up to HK$10,000 seed money to each of the shortlisted Happy Green schools for organising projects on low carbon and energy conservation.
The annual "Green Energy Dreams Come True" competition, which encourages secondary school students to realise their green energy dreams, will be suspended this year due to the pandemic. However, funding will be provided to past shortlisted teams to enable them to sustain or enhance their green projects. Successful applicants will receive up to HK$20,000 for each team. A "Green Energy Dreams Alumni Club" has also been set up for schools to share their experiences.
Results of the "Most Outstanding Happy Green Schools 2019 Awards" and the "Outstanding Happy Green Ambassadors 2019" have also been released. Tseung Kwan O Government Primary School won the "primary school category" for its fun-filled activities in green promotion, while HKSKH Bishop Hall Secondary School won the "secondary school category" for their comprehensive green education featuring STEAM elements.
Ten "Outstanding Happy Green Ambassadors 2019" were also selected for their brilliant performances in promoting green in schools and in the community. All these winners will be invited to join a Smart City Local Study Tour later this year and see for themselves the latest milestones of Hong Kong's journey towards a smart city.
And for this year's "Happy Green Ambassadors Training Day", HK Electric will join hands with the Faculty of Engineering, University of Hong Kong, to organise a workshop at the university campus to inspire more creativity in exploring how the smart use of power can contribute to building Hong Kong into a smart city.
The 2020/2021 "Happy Green Schools" and "Happy Green Ambassadors" Programmes will be open for applications in June 2020. For more details, simply visit the HK Electric website www.hkelectric.com/happygreencampaign, the Campaign's Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/hkelectrichappygreencampaign, or call 3143 3727.
Results of "Most Outstanding Happy Green Schools 2019 Awards"
Primary School Category:
Tseung Kwan O Government Primary School
St. Andrew's Catholic Primary School
Buddhist Wong Cheuk Um Primary School
TWGHs Ma Kam Chan Memorial Primary School
Secondary School Category:
HKSKH Bishop Hall Secondary School
Lok Sin Tong Leung Kau Kui College
Po Leung Kuk Lo Kit Sing (1983) College
TWGHs Kwan Fong Kai Chi School
Results of "Outstanding Happy Green Ambassadors 2019" (In arbitrary order)
Helen Liang Memorial Secondary School (Shatin)
Sacred Heart Canossian College
Tiffany Fung Wai-lam
St. Paul's School (Lam Tin)
Betty Chan Ying-hei
Christine Kun Lok-yi
Nicole Leung Yik-nam
Sammi Wan Lok-sze
St. Stephen's Church College
The newly launched online games and mini-movie on the Happy Green Campaign mini-site allow the public to
continue learning green from home in a fun way.
HK Electric will join hands with
the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Group to organise "Happy Green STEAM DIY"
workshops for students to create smart city devices to achieve energy conservation.
Tseung Kwan O Government Primary
School wins the "Most Outstanding Happy Green Schools 2019
Awards – primary school category" by organising diversified
and fun activities in promoting green.
HKSKH Bishop Hall Secondary School is awarded
Champion of the secondary school category for their
comprehensive green education featuring STEAM elements.
The Happy Green
Campaign introduces two new subsidies this year to support green and STEAM
learning on campus, while encouraging past shortlisted teams of "Green Energy
Dreams Come True" competition to enhance their green projects.