Lam Chiu-ying is the convenor the Sustainable Development Council’s support group. Photo: Jonathan WongLam Chiu-ying is the convenor the Sustainable Development Council’s support group. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Lam Chiu-ying is the convenor the Sustainable Development Council’s support group. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong should import ‘clean hydrogen’ from region to cut reliance on national nuclear power, government adviser says

  • City can supply its energy using mix of renewables to achieve zero emissions by 2050, says head of group supporting sustainable development
  • Clean hydrogen, which Japan is looking to export, can be created by splitting water into its components using solar power
Topic |   Climate change
Lam Chiu-ying is the convenor the Sustainable Development Council’s support group. Photo: Jonathan WongLam Chiu-ying is the convenor the Sustainable Development Council’s support group. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Lam Chiu-ying is the convenor the Sustainable Development Council’s support group. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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