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.
The Eastern Sparkle
North Point Ferry Pier » Sunbeam Theatre » Metropole Building » Everwin Building » Chun Yeung Street » Winner House » Hei Wo Street » State Theatre » City Garden » Oil Street Art Space
North Point was once the heart of the entertainment industry on Hong Kong Island. The renowned Ming Yuen Amusement Park, Empire Theatre and Sunbeam Theatre, just to name a few, were all located there.
Starting from North Point Ferry Pier, and through the way to Everwin Building (the former Ming Yuen Amusement Park), City Garden (the former North Point Power Station) and Oil Street Art Space, you will be able to explore the unique entertainment culture, history as well as a glimpse of the ecology of North Point.
The Eastern Sparkle(Eastern Route)
Wan Chai Kaleidoscope
Dominion Garden » Star Street » Hung Shing Temple » Woo Cheong Pawn Shop » Old Wan Chai Post Office » Old Wan Chai Market » Blue House » Pak Tai Temple » Ruttonjee Hospital and Boundary Stone » Wan Chai Park
Wan Chai is one of the earliest developed districts on Hong Kong Island. During the colonial times, Chinese and foreigners alike lived and gathered in the district, making it a melting pot of diverse customs, religions and culture. The new route is developed to bring to visitors a unique experience in getting to know more about the distinctive cultural, religious and architectural features of the district. The tour will include a visit to the historical site of Hong Kong's first power station, Wan Chai Power Station on Star Street; and the Blue House and Pak Tai Temple which are of great historical and cultural value. You will also have a chance to explore the hidden ecological features of Wan Chai as an urban oasis.
(Wan Chai Route)
West Town Story
Kennedy Town Forbes Street » Seven Terraces » Lo Pan Temple » Belcher Bay Park
Kennedy Town is located at the Western side of Hong Kong Island. From its humble beginnings as a rural part of Hong Kong Island, it began its rapid development during the early colonial days when commercialisation spread westward from the bustling Central District. Along with this early boom came, quite naturally, places of entertainment – restaurants, tea-houses, bath-houses as well as catering to leisure and pleasure.
Despite the on-going modernity with new residential blocks and restaurants there remains pockets of the district's rich past including those historical treasures as the Lo Pan Temple and Seven Terraces. These have been conserved and are well worth a visit. Along the way, you will also see the largest stone-wall trees in Hong Kong and learn why they have been named in the "Register of Old Valuable Trees".
(Western District Route)
Stories of Trees
Aberdeen Country Park » Aberdeen Upper Reservoir » Lady Clementi's Ride » Wan Chai Gap Park
Aberdeen is well known as the "backyard" of Hong Kong Island with the Feng Shui Wood on Nam Fung Road in Aberdeen Country Park as one of Hong Kong's "Sites with Special Scientific Interest". It is the nursery of many local tree species, making it an ideal place to study trees. How to distinguish between Yellow Camphor and Camphor tree? Can Rough-leaved Holly cure influenza? In which part of the water catchment can we find dragonflies? What is the history of Lady Clementi's Ride? "The Stories of Trees" route will show you all these and more.
Stories of Trees
(Aberdeen Country Park Route)
Reservoirs: Our String of Pearls
Tai Tam Country Park HK Parkview Entrance » Tai Tam Valley » Tai Tam Reservoir Road » British Style Stone Bridge » Tai Tam Road
Established in 1977, Tai Tam Country Park is the largest country park on Hong Kong Island, covering one-fifth of the surface area of the whole island. The green clusters of pools in Tai Tam are one of the finest scenic views in Hong Kong. The clear pond water nurtures many species of animals and plants. On this route you can visit more than 10 statutory heritage spots of water-related constructions. How can water from Tai Tam Tuk climb up the high mountains and then flow down to the Central and Sheung Wan areas? What interesting trees can you see along the way? How did the British army get to the Central District via Kwan Tai Road at the beginning of the city's colonial rule? What is the relationship between the Tai Tam Obelisk and the submarine of the British army? The "Reservoirs: Our String of Pearls" route takes you to examine the relationship between water and the environment.
(Tai Tam Country Park Route)
The Peak Galleria » Lugard Falls Halech Road » Hatton Road » Pinewood Battery » City Boundary Stone » Kotewall Road, HKU Entrance
Adjacent to Victoria Peak and the University of Hong Kong, Lung Fu Shan is the smallest country park in terms of surface area in the city. The Peak district witnessed the development of early Hong Kong. The City Boundary Stone on Lung Fu Shan marked the limits of the then Victoria City. Pinewood Battery protected Hong Kong during World War II, and was in direct confrontation with Japanese cannons. While exploring the hundred years of history and development of our hometown, you may also greet the small residents in the wood and on the river bank, among them the precious and unique Short-legged Horned Toad.
(Lung Fu Shan Country Park Route)
Sok Kwu Wan Ferry Pier » Sok Kwu Wan Tin Hau Temple » Lo So Shing School » Tree Planting Site Pavilion » Hung Shing Yeh Beach » Yung Shue Wan Tin Hau Temple » Yung Shue Wan Ferry Pier
If you want to be an ecology explorer, you have to know the interactive relationship between places such as mudflat, sea shore and woodland, etc. How do mudskippers leap over the mud? Which trees can strangle other trees to death? Are banyan and fig wasps close partners? In the transition of the wood, which plants are the pioneers? You will get to know all these after the journey!
Ecology ABC(Route 1)
Wonders of Wind Energy
Yung Shue Wan Ferry Pier » Po Wah Yuen » Tai Peng Village » Pak Kok Tree Planting Site » Tai Ling Village » Lamma Winds » Yung Shu Wan Street/Tai Wan To » Yung Shue Wan Ferry Pier
Learn about renewable energy – wind power generation. Visit Hong Kong's first commercial-scale wind power station, "Lamma Winds". Wander through the villages in Yung Shue Wan, learn about plants in rural areas, and appreciate the unique pictures "carved" by banyans on stone walls.
Wonders of Wind Energy
Ramble on the Rocks
Sok Kwu Wan Ferry Pier » Sok Kwu Wan Tin Hau Temple » Balcony Rock » Shek Pai Wan Beach » Yung Shue Ha » Mo Tat Old Village » Lamma Island Family Trail » Sok Kwu Wan Ferry Pier
While exploring the ecological and geographical features of Sok Kwu Wan around Ling Kok Shan, other than appreciating the remains of volcanic activities of the Jurassic Period, you will discover natural art works of bizarre shapes and forms like the Balcony Rock, Turtle Rock etc. Along the way, you can also appreciate different mountain and sea shore plants and visit an old, abandoned private school - "Mo Tat School".
Ramble on the Rocks
Hong Kong Greenhouse
Yung Shue Wan Ferry Pier » Tai Peng Village » Pak Kok Sun Tsuen » Pak Kok Kau Tsuen » Nga Kau Wan » O Tsai » Yung Shu Wan Ferry Pier
The rural land is full of "treasures", including plants treasured since ancient times for their use in Chinese herbal medicine and for household applications such as removing stains on kitchenware. From the ecological point of view, habitats formed by different plants have inseparable links to small insects and animals. Along this route you will discover a lot of these hidden "natural treasures".
Hong Kong Greenhouse
Sok Kwu Wan Ferry Pier » Sok Kwu Wan Tin Hau Temple » Estuary » Natural Slopes En-route » Sok Kwu Wan Ferry Pier
When summer arrives, amphibious animals and insects party through the night. Visit Sok Kwu Wan and, with our sharp human audio and visual senses, search through everything in sight, looking for these young folks with a penchant for the night life.
(Conducted between May and August only)