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Power Assets Excludes Nuclear Power Development

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Choya Choi


OCT 18-“Nuclear power is surely a greener way to generate electricity. But we are not considering to develop it,” said Esme Lau.


Sustainable development has long been a pressing global issue. People now try their best to care for the environment, by recycling reusable material and investing in green energy. However, with regard to the disastrous nuclear leakage of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant early this year, the development of nuclear power plants has been put on hold.


Hong Kong Electric Holdings Limited was renamed the Power Assets Holdings Limited in February 2011 (to extend the business-how was it extended?). The company provides electricity with coal-fired power and natural gas (in the ratio of 7:3-unclear). Esme Lau, the Public Affairs Manager of the company, says that they are aiming to promote and increase the use of natural gas.


“We want to provide electricity in a more environmentally friendly way. We have implemented gas emission control measures to minimize the harm to the environment. Our ultimate goal is to increase the use of natural gas,” says Lau.


Although Lau stresses that the company aims to be more green, she reassures (reassures who?) that they will not consider developing nuclear power, despite its environmental efficiency.


“It is true that nuclear (x) is renewable and causes less pollution problems, yet we cannot underestimate its drawbacks with reference to the Japan’s nuclear disaster. Our company surely won't develop a nuclear plant in Hong Kong,” states Lau.


(((Lau also pointed out that Power Assets supports the government's stance on the use of green energy.))) (this sentence is not essential-as it does not provide supporting evidence to your news angle-finish strong)


--095008 2011年10月18日 (二) 22:50 (UTC)

Your article and news angle is focused, you provided data on the company-good job. Perhaps your title should include natural gas since it is the other "star" of your article, and the company's strategy
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