Under the current tariff structure, big commercial users have an incentive to use more power, because the more they use, the cheaper it is. Photo: May Tse Under the current tariff structure, big commercial users have an incentive to use more power, because the more they use, the cheaper it is. Photo: May Tse
Under the current tariff structure, big commercial users have an incentive to use more power, because the more they use, the cheaper it is. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong electricity tariffs should be fair and fit for a world coping with climate change

Argo Yeung says the government must take back control of electricity tariffs to end the biased structure that currently favours big business

Under the current tariff structure, big commercial users have an incentive to use more power, because the more they use, the cheaper it is. Photo: May Tse Under the current tariff structure, big commercial users have an incentive to use more power, because the more they use, the cheaper it is. Photo: May Tse
Under the current tariff structure, big commercial users have an incentive to use more power, because the more they use, the cheaper it is. Photo: May Tse
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