By: Ivy Yeung

A White Paper Outlining the Hydrogen Strategy of Hong Kong

Hydrogen is a secondary source of energy, which means it stores and carries energy produced from other resources. It has emerged as a promising solution for mitigating climate change in the transport sector aspect. As a forerunner in the hydrogen race, China announced policies to comprehensively decarbonise various hard-to-abate sectors. As of now, it is the world’s largest producer of hydrogen and has the entire hydrogen supply chains distributed in the Yangtze delta, the Greater Bay Area (GBA) and Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei area. Hong Kong must undertake actions on integrating and leveraging the nation’s strength to facilitate the energy transition.