The Castle Peak Power Station is the largest coal fired power station in Hong Kong, China. It was commissioned in 1982 with its newest generation unit installed in 1990. The station consists of four 350 MW and four 677 MW generating units, with auxiliary facilities. It is one of the three power stations CLP operates in Hong Kong, totalling to 6,908MW of installed capacity. The station was built for CLP with a 40% stake (60% by Exxon Mobil).

In 2007 Castle Peak burned 9 million tonnes of coal of which, according to CLP, 4.6 million tonnes was low sulphur coal from Indonesia. The power station has been undertaking a range of programmes to improve emission performance, including refurbishing burners to reduce emission of nitrogen oxide, installing FGD and nitrogen oxide equipment. This power station is a major contributor to non-motor traffic pollution in Hong Kong.

Castle Peak Power Station
Location Hong Kong, China
Coordinates Coordinates: 22°22′32″N 113°55′12″E / 22.37556°N 113.92°E / 22.37556; 113.92
Owner CLP Power
Status Operational
Fuel Coal
Turbines 4 × 350 MW
4 × 667 MW
Installed capacity 4,108 MW
Commissioned 1982