Emissions Intensity Target

HPH Trust established a trust-level emissions intensity target with 2021 as the baseline. To achieve the 5% reduction target by 2026, the Trust continued to implement existing measures and rolled out new measures to increase energy efficiency.

Energy Saving and Emissions Reduction

1 Shore power technologies allow vessels at berth to acquire their power from onshore supplies which could greatly reduce GHG generated from these vessels. However, please note that usage of shore power may increase GHG emissions at terminals.
2 Being the percentage of operation powered by electricity rather than on traditional fuel for eRTGC fleet.
1 Figures shown include HIT and YANTIAN as per reporting scope. The following standards were adopted:
  • Hong Kong: Guidelines to Account for and Report on Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Removals for Buildings (Commercial, Residential or Institutional Purposes) in Hong Kong (2010 Edition).
  • Shenzhen: Guidance for quantification and reporting of the organisation’s greenhouse gas emissions (SZDB/Z 69-2018) and Baseline emission factors for China’s regional power grid emission reduction projects in 2019.
2 Scope 1 emissions are direct GHG emissions from sources controlled by HPH Trust, including natural gas, liquefied natural gas, petrol, diesel and liquid petroleum gas used on-site.
3 Scope 2 emissions are indirect GHG emissions generated from electricity purchased by HPH Trust.

Water and Waste Management

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