As Hong Kong aims to become carbon neutral by 2050, the city’s two power utilities – CLP Power and HK Electric – are adapting, changing and overhauling operations to meet the goal.
The preliminary expression of interest has yet to be ‘properly analysed’, Victor Li companies say.
Tsai says blackout was triggered ‘by operational negligence’, highlighting problems with infrastructure.
Tsai Ing-wen cancels live stream of meeting with Mike Pompeo, demands investigation after parts of Taipei hit by blackout.
The rapid build-up is in stark contrast to China’s 2060 carbon neutrality pledge, which requires at least 80 per cent of existing coal-based power and steel plants to close by 2050.
China’s 2060 target is challenging but creates opportunities to be a global leader in low-carbon manufacturing, Shell International’s chief economist says.
National Nuclear Safety Administrator says less than 0.01 per cent of fuel rods are damaged – a ‘common phenomenon’ that poses no risk to public.
The Wudongde dam is one of the world’s biggest hydroelectric stations and will help meet a pledge to become carbon neutral, according to the project director.