In Denmark, where the population is 5.6 million, the wind power capacity is 850W for each person. In Hong Kong, with 7.2 million, it is 0.1W - in other words, 7700 times more wind power pr person in Denmark, compared to Hong Kong. Hong Kong has a deadline today of where the power should come from - Natural Gas, coal or "Electricity from China": Deadline is 18th June. Share your views on future fuel mix As long as electricity isn't taxed appropriately at the source of production, clean air and solar cannot (yet) compete with dirty coal and oil. But what are the costs of polluting? Not the costs to the individual consumer, but the cost to the entire world. Dirty air, higher CO2, rising oceans, flooding, storms and draughts. How can we go about to change this, other than making renewable energy cheaper than fossil fuel, even without dirty air taxes?