A person walks by a billboard of Hong Kong skyscrapers in Wan Chai on January 13. Photo: Jonathan Wong
A person walks by a billboard of Hong Kong skyscrapers in Wan Chai on January 13. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Andy Yeung
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Andy Yeung

Hong Kong’s energy-guzzling buildings can be transformed to meet net-zero goals

  • Building green isn’t nearly as sustainable as adapting the city’s thousands of existing high-rises
  • Property developers must focus on making these buildings more energy efficient, and, better yet, readily adaptable to future energy-saving technology

A person walks by a billboard of Hong Kong skyscrapers in Wan Chai on January 13. Photo: Jonathan Wong
A person walks by a billboard of Hong Kong skyscrapers in Wan Chai on January 13. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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