List of power stations in Hong Kong

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Location of power stations in Hong Kong, Red pog.svg Oil/Gas, Blue pog.svgWind, Black pog.svgCoal

The following is a list of all of the active power stations in Hong Kong.

Name Capacity (MW) Year(s) built Location Owner Type Refs
Black Point Power Station 2,500 1996–2006 Tuen Mun District CLP Group Gas
Castle Peak Power Station 4,108 1981–1990 Tuen Mun District CLP Group Coal; Oil-Gas
Lamma Power Station 3,736[1] 1981–1982 Lamma Island Hong Kong Electric Coal
Penny's Bay Power Station 300 1992 Penny's Bay, Lantau Island CLP Group Diesel-Gas
Lamma Winds 0.8 2006 Lamma Island Hong Kong Electric Wind

Former power stations[edit]

The following is a list of all of the former power stations in Hong Kong.

Hunghum Power Station 75 kW 1903 Chatham Road and Princess Margaret Road CLP Group Coal Closed and area re-developed
Hok Un Power Station A  ? 1940 Hung Hom, now Laguna Verde estate CLP Group Oil Closed and replaced by Black Point PS and Castle Peak PS
Hok Un Power Station B  ? 1950 Hung Hom, now Laguna Verde estate CLP Group Oil Closed 1991 and replaced by Black Point PS and Castle Peak PS
Tsing Yi Power Station 1520 MW 1969 Tsing Yi Island CLP Group Oil; Gas Closed 1990s and replaced by Black Point PS and Castle Peak PS. Demolished and site used for container storage and CLP Tsing Yi Centre
Wan Chai Power Station 50 kW 1890 Wan Chai, now site of Art Deco residential flat (31 Wing Fung Street) Hong Kong Electric Coal Closed 1922 and replaced by North Point PS
North Point Power Station A 3 MW 1919 North Point, now City Garden residential complex Hong Kong Electric Coal Closed 1989
North Point Power Station B 30 MW 1958 North Point, now City Garden residential complex Hong Kong Electric Coal Closed 1989
North Point Power Station C 60 MW 1966 North Point, now City Garden residential complex Hong Kong Electric Oil Closed 1989
Ap Lei Chau Power Station 750 MW 1968 Ap Lei Chau, now South Horizons housing estate, 34 towers built by Hutchison Whampoa Hong Kong Electric Oil Closed 1989; generator moved to Lamma and decommissioned 1984–1989

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lamma Power Station Extension". HK Electric. 2014-01-10. Retrieved 2014-05-07.