An aerial view of CLP Power’s Black Point power station, a gas-fired plant in Lung Kwu Tan in the New Territories, on November 10. When the second gas-powered unit at Black Point comes online in 2023, CLP will have the capacity to shut down the coal-powered Castle Peak power station. Photo: Martin Chan
An aerial view of CLP Power’s Black Point power station, a gas-fired plant in Lung Kwu Tan in the New Territories, on November 10. When the second gas-powered unit at Black Point comes online in 2023, CLP will have the capacity to shut down the coal-powered Castle Peak power station. Photo: Martin Chan
Richard Lancaster
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Richard Lancaster

Decarbonising Hong Kong is a moral imperative in climate change fight

  • Hong Kong has the power plants in place to decarbonise our energy supply and now needs to build replacement capacity or convert them
  • Nuclear power, natural gas, green hydrogen, offshore wind and large-scale batteries are all pieces in the puzzle of achieving a carbon-free city

An aerial view of CLP Power’s Black Point power station, a gas-fired plant in Lung Kwu Tan in the New Territories, on November 10. When the second gas-powered unit at Black Point comes online in 2023, CLP will have the capacity to shut down the coal-powered Castle Peak power station. Photo: Martin Chan
An aerial view of CLP Power’s Black Point power station, a gas-fired plant in Lung Kwu Tan in the New Territories, on November 10. When the second gas-powered unit at Black Point comes online in 2023, CLP will have the capacity to shut down the coal-powered Castle Peak power station. Photo: Martin Chan
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