Cost for Cleaner Air: Hong Kongs LPG Vehicle Scheme Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Study the Hong Kong government's environmental mandate for replacement of diesel taxis in the fleet to liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)-vehicles. To encourage the transition, taxi owners received cash grants for the purchase of new vehicles and drivers CIS promised "cheap" fuel. In exchange for selling at or below the price caps, some companies have "free" land for the development of dedicated LPG filling stations. Other local stations sell LPG fuel along with gasoline and diesel fuel, while at market prices. All the stations were placed in the fuel is imported from abroad. "Hide
by Chester Chang, Mark Stimson, Ka-Fu Wong Source: University of Hong Kong, 16 pages. Publication Date: August 28, 2006. Prod. #: HKU586-PDF-ENG

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