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McDonald to power 25 of its stores with solar energy in the Philippines

McDonald Philippines is all set to power 25 of its stores with solar energy.

The global food chain came up with this strategy as part of its efforts to shift to sustainable solutions.

According to the company, it has 25 Green and Good stores that are solar-powered so far. These stores have saved a total of 546,000 kilowatt hours.

The company shared that the solar-powered branches are Nuvali in Sta. Rosa, Tagaytay Delos Reyes, Mambugan in Antipolo, and Sta. Monica in Commonwealth.

McDonald’s Philippines has stated that it is committed to adopt innovative and sustainable restaurant solutions. The company has been working under its Green and Good initiative and continues to embrace more environmentally friendly alternatives to different areas of its operations, a local report mentioned.

“With more than 700 stores nationwide, McDonald’s Philippines carries a strong commitment to environmental responsibility. We will continue to find solutions to make our operations more efficient and better for the planet,” McDonald’s Philippines president and CEO Kenneth Yang was quoted in a statement.

The company plans to bring the total number of Green and Good stores to 130 by the end of this year.

Besides solar power, McDonald is also adopting other green solutions including latest technologies to help reduce carbon dioxide emissions.


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