CLP Holdings’ Castle Peak Power Station towers over Lung Kwu Tan, a beach in Tuen Mun. As Hong Kong goes carbon neutral, CLP is looking to deploy hydrogen in its power plants. Photo: Fung Chang CLP Holdings’ Castle Peak Power Station towers over Lung Kwu Tan, a beach in Tuen Mun. As Hong Kong goes carbon neutral, CLP is looking to deploy hydrogen in its power plants. Photo: Fung Chang
CLP Holdings’ Castle Peak Power Station towers over Lung Kwu Tan, a beach in Tuen Mun. As Hong Kong goes carbon neutral, CLP is looking to deploy hydrogen in its power plants. Photo: Fung Chang
Colleen K. Howe
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Colleen K. Howe

Carbon neutral by 2050: how Hong Kong could be a leader in green hydrogen

  • Given hydrogen’s versatility and energy density, the economic case for its deployment is becoming more convincing
  • Stakeholders in Asia need to work together across sectors and borders to build a hydrogen ecosystem

CLP Holdings’ Castle Peak Power Station towers over Lung Kwu Tan, a beach in Tuen Mun. As Hong Kong goes carbon neutral, CLP is looking to deploy hydrogen in its power plants. Photo: Fung Chang CLP Holdings’ Castle Peak Power Station towers over Lung Kwu Tan, a beach in Tuen Mun. As Hong Kong goes carbon neutral, CLP is looking to deploy hydrogen in its power plants. Photo: Fung Chang
CLP Holdings’ Castle Peak Power Station towers over Lung Kwu Tan, a beach in Tuen Mun. As Hong Kong goes carbon neutral, CLP is looking to deploy hydrogen in its power plants. Photo: Fung Chang
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Colleen K. Howe

Colleen K. Howe

Colleen K. Howe is a programme associate at the Asia Business Council.