Hong Kong to power ahead with electric vehicle plans, environment chief says

Hong Kong plans to power ahead with its adoption of electric vehicles, more than doubling the number of charging facilities in the next four years and gradually converting petrol stations.Unveiling a new road map on popularising electric vehicles (EVs), environment chief Wong Kam-sing said on Wednesday the government aimed to phase out new purchases of petrol cars by 2035 with the ultimate goal of being carbon neutral by 2050.The ambitious timeline would put the city 10 years ahead of mainland…

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