HK Electric’s power station on Lamma Island is fuelled by coal and gas. Hong Kong aims to phase out coal as a power generation source by 2035. Photo: Martin Chan
HK Electric’s power station on Lamma Island is fuelled by coal and gas. Hong Kong aims to phase out coal as a power generation source by 2035. Photo: Martin Chan
Davis Bookhart
Opinion

Opinion

Davis Bookhart

Two ways Hong Kong must transform to achieve carbon neutrality

  • The ambition of the Hong Kong Climate Action Plan 2050 is laudable, but to realise it, the city needs more transformational thinking
  • Building on the new blueprint, Hong Kong should open up its electricity market and move energy-intensive industrial activities out of the city

HK Electric’s power station on Lamma Island is fuelled by coal and gas. Hong Kong aims to phase out coal as a power generation source by 2035. Photo: Martin Chan
HK Electric’s power station on Lamma Island is fuelled by coal and gas. Hong Kong aims to phase out coal as a power generation source by 2035. Photo: Martin Chan
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