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Posted 24 November 2017
Hong Kong’s Renewable Resource Base
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Hong Kong’s Renewable Resource Base
This study examines the potential resource base for renewable electricity (RE) in Hong Kong and provides background for WWFHong Kong’s call for the government to establish a minimum 10 per cent RE target for 2030. 
 
Economic Cost of Introducing a Feed-in Tariff for Hong Kong and Who Should Pay?
This study shows RE has the potential to make a sizable contribution to meeting Hong Kong’s electricity demand. The cost of a feed-in tariff is likely to be less than 5% of spending on electricity. Given the reduction in the rate of return agreed in the SCA consumer prices would not be impacted.
Hong Kong’s Renewable Resource Base
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