Hong Kong has been in the process of transitioning away from more carbon-intensive coal to cleaner natural gas for its power. Photo: Sun Yeung
Hong Kong has been in the process of transitioning away from more carbon-intensive coal to cleaner natural gas for its power. Photo: Sun Yeung
Energy

Hong Kong residents to pay up to 7 per cent more for power from January

  • Environment minister Wong Kam-sing says international fuel prices have increased sharply and cities have had to increase power tariffs
  • Power bills set to keep rising in coming years as city moves away from coal, but prices should stabilise as more clean energy sources added to mix, NGO says

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Hong Kong has been in the process of transitioning away from more carbon-intensive coal to cleaner natural gas for its power. Photo: Sun Yeung
Hong Kong has been in the process of transitioning away from more carbon-intensive coal to cleaner natural gas for its power. Photo: Sun Yeung
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