Hong Kong’s first citywide renewable energy programme has received thousands of applications since it was launched six months ago – but some say the solar power plan brings legal and safety risks.Local electricity giant CLP Power, which supplies Kowloon, New Territories and Lantau Island, said on Friday that by May it had received over 3,400 applications for the new “feed-in tariff” scheme and 80 per cent had been approved.HK Electric, which supplies Hong Kong and Lamma islands, said it…


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