HK Disneyland green project set

June 2, 2023
Green resort
Green resort:

Secretary for Environment & Ecology Tse Chin-wan (third right) officiates at the activation ceremony for Hong Kong Disneyland’s staff car park solar canopy project.

Secretary for Environment & Ecology Tse Chin-wan today officiated at the activation ceremony for Hong Kong Disneyland Resort's staff car park solar canopy project, a green scheme expected to be completed by the end of this year.


It is the first project to be started since the introduction of the Government's facilitation measures to support the installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in open car parks by the private sector.


The solar PV system at the Disneyland resort's staff car park will cover 80 parking spaces, generating over 200,000 kWh of electricity annually that satisfies the electricity consumption of around 60 three-person families.


Mr Tse said at the ceremony that Hong Kong Disneyland Resort echoes the Government's plan of controlling single-use plastics by stopping the provision of expanded polystyrene tableware, disposable plastic take-away containers, disposable straws and inflatable cheering sticks for audiences.


He hopes more organisations and community members will participate in the promotion of environmental protection and pursue decarbonisation.


After the ceremony was completed, the environment chief visited the green facilities at the Disneyland Hotel, including solar power generation systems, a lighting and air-conditioning monitoring system, rainwater collection and computerised irrigation system as well as food waste collection system.

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