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What is carbon trading in Hong Kong, and How do Renewable Energy Certificates Work Under 2050 net-zero Emissions Target

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6 May 2021
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Note: This article was originally published in South China Morning Post. ERIA’s research was cited.

Hong Kong introduced a scheme for trading renewable energy certificates in 2019 as part of its long-term efforts to reduce its carbon emission levels, allowing buyers to claim carbon-reduced status in their operations.

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What is ‘carbon trading’ in Hong Kong, and How do Renewable Energy Certificates Work Under 2050 net-zero Emissions Target

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