EyE on U | Around 150,000 parking spaces will be EV-ready within years: Environment chief
DotDotNews gladly presents a new program named "EyE on U," co-hosted by Eunice Yung, Legislative Council member, and Edward Leung, member of Chinese Association of HK & Macao Studies. In each episode, politicians, business leaders, and professionals from different sectors will be invited to share with us their insights on popular topics related to HK.
The financial hub has long been committed to improving its living environment. For example, the government has earlier announced the Clean Air Plan for Hong Kong 2035, setting out the vision, goals, and strategies to enhance the air quality of the city. Over the past 10 years, the major air pollutants both locally and regionally have decreased by 40 to 60 percent, and the visibility in HK has been improved by about 80 percent, Wong said.
How is HK doing in the popularization of electronic vehicles? What support will the government provide for companies and institutions dedicated to green innovations and technologies? Watch the video for all the answers, and always stay tuned for more to come!