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HK Electric: Says No to Nuclear Energy

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HK Electric Says No to Nuclear Energy (Great title-clear and concise)


--095107 2011年10月18日 (二) 23:42 (UTC)


According to the Policy Address released last week, the government is planning to increase the nuclear energy use from the current 23% to 50 % by 2020, in order to reduce the air pollution in the city.


This shows that the Fukushima nuclear disaster which happened early this year did not change the government’s attitude towards nuclear power.(good sentence!)


Power Assets, one of the electricity suppliers of the city, formerly known as the Hong Kong Electric Company, is not going to develop nuclear power at this time. Esme Lau, the public affairs manager of Power Assets reiterated this point at Shue Yan University during the general assembly on Tuesday(date?).


“From the engineering aspect, specialists might regard nuclear energy as very safe. However, after the Fukushima incident, many Hong Kongers are concerned about the safety of using nuclear energy. As public approval is always our main concern, for now we do not have any plan for nuclear energy,” Lau said.


Currently, natural gas generated 30% of the HK Electric total electricity output while the remaining is using coal firing (this sentence is unclear-please edit). “Even though we do not choose nuclear energy, we are committed to protect the environment. We are trying our best to reduce the emission of sulphur dioxide and carbon dioxide,” she added.

The HK Electric also plans to construct an offshore wind farm near Lamma Island. If the project proceeds as planned, the wind farm would be completed by 2015.

Good job! Your article stays focused until the end, and ends with an additional piece of information that is related to your news angle.
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