A hydrogen fuel pump fills a hydrogen-powered car at Royal Dutch Shell’s first British hydrogen refuelling station in Cobham in February 2017. The use of “green hydrogen” is one option for Hong Kong to meet its ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2050. Photo: Bloomberg A hydrogen fuel pump fills a hydrogen-powered car at Royal Dutch Shell’s first British hydrogen refuelling station in Cobham in February 2017. The use of “green hydrogen” is one option for Hong Kong to meet its ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2050. Photo: Bloomberg
A hydrogen fuel pump fills a hydrogen-powered car at Royal Dutch Shell’s first British hydrogen refuelling station in Cobham in February 2017. The use of “green hydrogen” is one option for Hong Kong to meet its ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2050. Photo: Bloomberg
Climate change

Letters | Hong Kong’s zero-carbon strategy must be powered by green hydrogen and mandatory measures

  • To achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, Hong Kong must deploy stricter, mandatory targets instead of relying on voluntary schemes and consider developing renewable energy sources beyond our usual conservative mindset

Topic |   Climate change
A hydrogen fuel pump fills a hydrogen-powered car at Royal Dutch Shell’s first British hydrogen refuelling station in Cobham in February 2017. The use of “green hydrogen” is one option for Hong Kong to meet its ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2050. Photo: Bloomberg A hydrogen fuel pump fills a hydrogen-powered car at Royal Dutch Shell’s first British hydrogen refuelling station in Cobham in February 2017. The use of “green hydrogen” is one option for Hong Kong to meet its ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2050. Photo: Bloomberg
A hydrogen fuel pump fills a hydrogen-powered car at Royal Dutch Shell’s first British hydrogen refuelling station in Cobham in February 2017. The use of “green hydrogen” is one option for Hong Kong to meet its ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2050. Photo: Bloomberg
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