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.
Electric vehicle (EV) has zero roadside air pollutant emission and can help reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions. As a pioneer in deploying EV, HK Electric first introduced two electric vans in its fleet as early as in 1984 and celebrated its 100th EV in 2016. By end 2020, the Company will deploy more than 160 EVs, which represent over 50% of the fleet size. Apart from providing Smart Power EV Charging Solution service and public EV charging service, we also encourage our employees and visitors to use EV via our nearly 170 EV charging points all over our workplaces.
Development of Our Electric Vehicle Fleet
Five Nissan e-NV200 7-seater EVs were introduced.
Four Hyundai IONIQ EVs were introduced.
10 Nissan LEAF EVs were introduced.
11 Lvtong LT-A627.4G electric golf carts were introduced.
Seven Nissan e-NV200 7-seater EVs were introduced.
11 Renault ZOE EVs were introduced.
One electric 54-seater ShanDong Yixing Feiyan bus was introduced for serving in Lamma Power Station.
Two ZERO S ZF13.0 electric motorcycles were introduced.
Three Renault ZOE EVs were introduced.
Six Volkswagen e-Golf EVs were introduced.
Introduction of the 100th EV to the HK Electric fleet.
Twelve electric golf carts were introduced.
Nine Volkswagen e-Golf EVs were introduced.
Nine Renault ZOE EVs were introduced.
Two Nissan e-NV200 7-seater EVs were introduced.
Two BMW i3 were introduced.
Five Nissan LEAF EVs with battery capacity of 24kWh were introduced.
Two Smith 16-seater electric light buses joined the company fleet serving as shuttle buses.
Three Dong-Feng electric pick-up trucks were added. These trucks are now serving in Lamma Power Station.
One Vectrix electric scooter was introduced.
Two hybrid electric vehicles were successfully converted to plug-in hybrid electric vehicles with licence issued by the Transport Department of the HKSAR Government.
Launched a plan to gradually phase out the pre-Euro and Euro I diesel commercial vehicles to support the HKSAR Government's initiative to improve air quality.
Four hybrid electric vehicles were introduced.
Six additional Daewoo EVs were deployed.
Three Daihatsu Hijet electric mini vans were added.
First launch of two Beford CF2 electric vans in the company fleet.
Petrol engine vans which were eco-friendlier than the diesel engine vans were first introduced.