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New Green Hideout: Discover Singapore’s 1st 24-hr Solar-Powered McDonald’s!

First Solar Powered McDonald's
Image via McDonald's Singapore (Facebook)
  • First McDonald’s restaurant in Singapore with solar panels on the roof.
  • ETFE wall materials save up to 15% air-con energy.
  • Dual Lane Drive-Thru and big Party Room.

I tell you ah, this place quite different.

McDonald’s Choa Chu Kang Park had their grand opening on 28 May 2023, according to McDonald’s Facebook post.

Even Ms Low Yen Ling, Minister of State, Ministry of Trade and Industry & Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth came to kick things off!

Let’s move on, bae.

Welcome to the ‘Green Hideout’!

Singapore’s first McDonald’s restaurant with solar panels, tucked away in Choa Chu Kang Park.

Wah lau eh, like entering a secret garden, you know?

Sustainable Solar Solutions!

The rooftop has 101 solar panels that power 20% of the restaurant’s energy needs.

How’s that for going green, bae?

Save Energy, Feel Cool, Look Cool!

The restaurant’s walls made of Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) materials.

Umm, this material not only helps save 15% air-con energy but also gives an airy vibe with 90-95% light transmission. Cool or not?

Drive-Thru and Party On!

If you’re in a hurry, try the Dual Lane Drive-Thru, order your meal, and piak! you’re on your way.

Got a special occasion? Book their big Party Room and ‘jio’ all your buddies for a celebration!

Actionable & Practical Takeaways

So what can we take away from this, my friends?

  • Go green with eco-friendly solar panels and materials.
  • Use energy-saving technologies like ETFE walls to save money and energy.
  • Make time for friends and family in a fun environment like this ‘Green Hideout’.

Anyway, have you tried this McDonald’s at Choa Chu Kang Park?

What are your thoughts on the solar panels and ETFE walls? Let me know, can or not?

Source: McDonald’s Singapore (Facebook).

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Written by Patrick Tan

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