First designed as CLP’s Head Office in 1940, this Grade-1 historic building has been revitalised as a museum and cultural hub – CLP Pulse. This showcases the intertwined histories of Hong Kong’s electricity development and the Kadoorie Family, as well as promoting decarbonisation and sustainable development through experiential activities.
ElectriCity traces the evolution of the power industry and its impact on Hong Kong society from the 20th century through the new millennium. Our Home · Our History, presented by The Hong Kong Heritage Project looks at the contribution the Kadoorie interests made to the post-war rehabilitation and development of Hong Kong. And Traces of Human Touch is curated by the Intangible Cultural Heritage Office.
The opening of CLP Pulse was officiated by CLP Holdings Limited Chairman and HKHP’s founder, The Hon. Sir Michael Kadoorie, and The Chief Secretary for Administration of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, Mr Chan Kwok-ki. At the ceremony, Sir Michael said, “Today, I dedicate to the Hong Kong community the CLP Pulse, a museum carrying the motto ‘Treasure the Past. Seize the Future’ and offering people a multi-faceted glimpse into the past. I hope people can enjoy and learn our history, culture and origins here.”