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HKEI

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1 Region1 Region
1 Activity1 Activity

About HKEI

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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HK Electric Investments Sustainability Report

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Description
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.
Source type
Corporate
Original dataset URLURL
Year released
2020
Geography
Hong Kong
Sector
Type of data
Activity-based
Emission results
CO2e
Data Transformation
NA

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Type of license
Copyright & Disclaimer Notice
License URLURL

Data quality

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Data quality assurance
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Quality flag(s)
Notable methodological variance or lack of clarity
The source does not clarify if the kgCO2e value is calculated using either IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) or IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) methodologies.

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