The results of the consultation, which ends today, will help pave the way for how the electricity market will be regulated after the 10-year scheme of control arrangement between government and suppliers expires in 2018 and its impact on tariffs. Photo: David Wong The results of the consultation, which ends today, will help pave the way for how the electricity market will be regulated after the 10-year scheme of control arrangement between government and suppliers expires in 2018 and its impact on tariffs. Photo: David Wong
The results of the consultation, which ends today, will help pave the way for how the electricity market will be regulated after the 10-year scheme of control arrangement between government and suppliers expires in 2018 and its impact on tariffs. Photo: David Wong

Hong Kong power firms, General Chamber argue for status quo for electricity market

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The results of the consultation, which ends today, will help pave the way for how the electricity market will be regulated after the 10-year scheme of control arrangement between government and suppliers expires in 2018 and its impact on tariffs. Photo: David Wong The results of the consultation, which ends today, will help pave the way for how the electricity market will be regulated after the 10-year scheme of control arrangement between government and suppliers expires in 2018 and its impact on tariffs. Photo: David Wong
The results of the consultation, which ends today, will help pave the way for how the electricity market will be regulated after the 10-year scheme of control arrangement between government and suppliers expires in 2018 and its impact on tariffs. Photo: David Wong
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