Hong Kong depends on affordable and reliable electricity prices and supply. But with mandated emission targets and the inevitable transition to cleaner fuels, what price will consumers and business be willing to pay for needed investment? In this article in Asian Power, SDG’s Peter Hopper looks at the future of Hong Kong’s market for electricity and how policy decisions have far-reaching implications for investment and competition. In this first of four articles on electricity in Hong Kong, the author highlights the competing objectives of the many stakeholders and makes the case for an open and transparent decision process, one that can clarify and quantify the values of disparate stakeholders and incorporate the complex risk and reward dimensions. Click here to read the complete article.