Hong Kong to boost share of renewable energy sources, explore using hydrogen for power generation in bid to meet 2050 carbon neutrality target

Hong Kong will increase the share of wind, waste-to-energy and solar power in its electricity generation sources as it moves towards a 2050 carbon neutrality target, the environment minister has said.The city will also explore importing hydrogen for use as a possible power generation source, while a commissioner for a new climate change office set up under the Environment Bureau will be the “focus point” in efforts to cut carbon emissions.Secretary for the Environment Wong Kam-sing announced…

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