A child rides a bicycle along the West Kowloon waterfront on June 6, amid higher than normal  levels of pollution. Photo: May Tse
A child rides a bicycle along the West Kowloon waterfront on June 6, amid higher than normal levels of pollution. Photo: May Tse

Letters | Fuel Hong Kong’s climate change fight with ‘turquoise’ hydrogen

  • More than 90 per cent of vehicles run on fossil fuels. While the move to electric vehicles needs to pick up, adopting hydrogen as a transition fuel should be considered
  • Given the challenges of producing green hydrogen in the short term, Hong Kong could partner with the mainland to produce ‘turquoise’ hydrogen generated with renewable energy

A child rides a bicycle along the West Kowloon waterfront on June 6, amid higher than normal  levels of pollution. Photo: May Tse
A child rides a bicycle along the West Kowloon waterfront on June 6, amid higher than normal levels of pollution. Photo: May Tse
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