Five out of Hang Lung’s Ten Mainland Operating Properties are Powered by Renewable Energy

Since April 1, 2024, half of Hang Lung’s operating properties in Mainland China have been powered by renewable energy through power purchase agreements, solidifying its market leadership in sustainable real estate practices.

The move represents a remarkable milestone in Hang Lung’s sustainability journey, and means that by the end of 2024 Hang Lung will go well beyond its 2025 sustainability target of 25% renewable energy for its mainland China portfolio. The achievement includes five properties in four cities: Plaza 66 and Grand Gateway 66 in Shanghai, Center 66 in Wuxi, Spring City 66 in Kunming, and Parc 66 in Jinan.

These innovative transactions – which draw on wind and solar power – support China’s goals of peaking carbon emissions by 2030 and achieving carbon neutrality by 2060, and demonstrate Hang Lung’s commitment to sustainability leadership. They also align with the Company’s commitment to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions across its value chain by 2050, in accordance with climate science and its Science Based Target initiative (SBTi) target.

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