SINGAPORE (Aug 23): Hong Kong Disneyland wants to be the island’s biggest producer of solar power, and is installing an expanse of solar cells the size of a football field on the rooftops of its buildings to yield 1.86 megawatt-hours of electricity per year. This is equivalent to the annual electricity consumption of 564 households, and 70% more than the next-biggest solar power site in Hong Kong. The Edge Singapore understands that the global theme park operator has picked New Energy Financing and Consulting Group, a bespoke solar power start-up, to set up its solar power system.

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