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CLP's Climate Vision 2050 .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
CLP's Climate Vision 2050
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Information
  • Submitted by: CLP Holdings Limited
  • Topic: Climate change
  • Keywords: carbon footprint, climate change
  • Location: Hong Kong
  • Date of completion: 2050
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Documents
Action Network
  • This voluntary initiative came from Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All)
Deliverables
Deliverable Date
Renewable energy target of 20% (equity generating capacity) by 2020 2020
Reducing the carbon intensity of our generating portfolio to 0.6 kg CO2/kWh from 0.84 kg CO2/kWh in 2007 (28% reduction from 2007 level) 2020
Non-carbon emitting target of 30% (equity generating capacity) which includes the 20% renewable energy target 2020
Reducing carbon intensity of generating portfolio down to 0.45 kg CO2/kWh from 0.84 kg CO2/kWh in 2007 (~45% reduction from 2007 level) by 2035 2035
Reducing carbon intensity of generating portfolio down to 0.2 kg CO2/kWh from 0.84 kg CO2/kWh in 2007 (~75% reduction from 2007 level) by 2050 2050
Description
Partner(s)
CLP Holding Limited
Description/achievement of initiative
In 2007, we published our Climate Vision 2050, which laid out our carbon dioxide emissions intensity reduction targets to the year 2050. In 2010, we reviewed our 2020 targets to reflect more ambition.

Implementation methodologies
This commitment was developed upon the request of senior management and made reference to IEA Energy Outlook scenarios and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development's Energy & Climate publications that laid out possible low carbon solutions and pathways out to 2050.

For more information, please redirect to the following publications.

Climate vision, CLP

“Our Journey to a Low Carbon Energy Future,” for our experiences so far:
Our Journey to a Low Carbon Energy Future

sustainability report for progress on these targets every year in March:

Sustainability report, CLP

Additional Details:

This commitment was developed upon the request of senior management and made reference to IEA Energy Outlook scenarios and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development's Energy & Climate publications that laid out possible low carbon solutions and pathways out to 2050.

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