Analyses | Environment and energy | 2015-06-22 | Sing Tao

Selling self-produced green electricity is the real deal

Generating clean power while getting paid sounds too good to be true, but it could happen to you and me. The Centre’s weekly analysis looks at the constraints and opportunities for Hong Kong to produce electricity with renewables, and discusses how common folks can be a potential supplier of such energy. With the use of Feed-in tariffs, clean electricity can be sold to utilities, which helps the development of renewable energy market.

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.