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Electricity Supply to Low-rise Industrial Building Development (e.g. 2-storey warehouse)


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Electricity Supply to Low-rise Industrial Building Development (e.g. 2-storey warehouse)
CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (CLP) is committed to providing its customers with the best quality service and value. For low-rise industrial buildings (e.g. 2-storey warehouses), CLP has streamlined the supply application procedures for electricity supply. Customers will not need to be involved in the site inspection. The details of the application process and eligibility criteria are available on the CLP website.

Hongkong Electric (HKE) supplies electricity to Hong Kong Island and Lamma Island and is one of the most reliable electricity suppliers in the world, maintaining a world-class reliability rating of 99.999% since 1997. HKE supplies mostly commercial and residential premises and has no similar cases of electricity supply to 2-storey warehouses. For information of electricity supply of HKE for businesses, please visit their website.

Separately, the Government has enhanced its performance pledge by further reducing the time required to process excavation permit applications for electricity supply for 2-storey warehouses from 10 to 9 days. The details of the new pledge are available on the GovHK website.

If members are invited to participate in the World Bank¡¦s Doing Business ¡§Getting electricity¡¨ survey, you may make reference to the information above.

Documents for download:
CLP Guidance note on application for electricity supply to Low-rise industrial building e.g. warehouse

Department Guidance Note