For decades, Hong Kong businesses and its population have benefited from world-class levels of dependable electricity supply — at over 99.999 percent, one of the highest in the world. But decades of stable service have created high expectations, and the public often forgets what constitutes the value and importance of an uninterrupted electricity supply.
In this article in Asian Power, SDG’s Peter Hopper and Alice Yung make the point that cost should not be the sole deciding factor in determining the future fuel mix for electricity generation. In order to assess the true cost, any analysis must incorporate the value of uninterrupted power supply. Read the full article here.