Climate Change: Sinopec urges faster government policymaking to kick-start green hydrogen transport in Hong Kong

Oil and gas giant China Petroleum & Chemical (Sinopec), which has the biggest network of fuel stations in Hong Kong, is seeking opportunities to introduce hydrogen fuel to the city’s commercial transport market to help the government achieve its goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.Its local unit, Sinopec (Hong Kong), which operates 54 of the city’s 179 petrol stations, has been lobbying the government to speed up policymaking that would enable the zero-emission fuel to be introduced…

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