2035, The year set to phase out the purchase of fossil fuel-powered private cars in Hong Kong

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The Bloomberg Newsweek has approached Cornerstone Technologies for the opinion about this move. “According to IEA report  https://www.iea.org/reports/global-ev-outlook-2020

the EU countries are targeting 2025 for such move, while many other countries such as USA, U.K, Israel and Denmark are targeting 2030. We think 2035 is a very conservative target that Hong Kong has set.” This was the response from Mr. Lawson Lau – The Executive Director of Cornerstone Technologies Holdings Limited.

Cornerstone Technologies has braced itself for the needs of charging facilities in Hong Kong by providing all kinds of EV Chargers that fit all kinds of car parks.

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