HKEI (Hong Kong Electric Investments) is a Hong Kong-based power company that generates electricity from coal and gas. The company reports the carbon dioxide emissions factor for the electricity it generates and supplies to customers, which is calculated based on the emissions from its power plants.Visit HKEI website
HK Electric Investments Sustainability Report
HKEI (Hong Kong Electric Investments) is a Hong Kong-based power company that generates electricity from coal and gas. The company reports the carbon dioxide emissions factor for the electricity it generates and supplies to customers, which is calculated based on the emissions from its power plants.
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