Hong Kong - Shell Hong Kong Limited ("Shell") announced today the grand opening of its new Airport (Cargo Terminal) Gas and Charging Station, the first of its kind in Hong Kong to provide both traditional fuel refilling and electric vehicle (EV) charging, along with car care and car wash services, greenery landscape and a wide range of mobility services. Shell is committed to creating an unprecedented experience for drivers and is also actively advocating sustainable development by expanding the coverage of EV charging stations and encouraging green transport, with a mission towards the goal of net zero emissions.

The Shell Airport (Cargo Terminal) Gas and Charging Station will be the largest Shell service station in Hong Kong. It covers an area of 5,000 square metres featuring 16 conventional filling positions and 4 charging points for EVs, including 2 DC fast charger and 2 AC medium charger with a charging speed of 60kW and 7 kW respectively, while fast charging can support 150-300 kilometers for most EVs in Hong Kong within 60 minutes. The station also provides car lubricants change, car care and car wash services as well as convenience retailing. Located next to Tung Chung Bay, the Shell Airport (Cargo Terminal) Gas and Charging Station offers Shell customers and drivers passing through the station a pristine coastal scenery of Lantau Island from the station’s green landscape area and a different travelling experience away from the hustle and bustle.

Ms. Anne Yu, Managing Director of Shell Hong Kong Limited said, “Shell is committed to enhancing the driving experience and we are delighted to establish the first Gas and Charging facility in Hong Kong at Hong Kong International Airport, an international and regional aviation hub, which combines traditional vehicle refilling and EV charging services. We have set a target to reduce the net carbon intensity of all energy sold by 100% by 2050, comparing with 2016. Shell will mitigate any remaining emissions that are unavoidable by developing carbon capture and storage; as well as using natural sinks and continue to work with customers to achieve net-zero emissions target.

Commenting on the brand-new experience of the gas and charging station, Ms. Emily Leung, General Manager of Mobility of Shell Hong Kong Limited remarked, “The new Airport (Cargo Terminal) Gas and Charging Station is now Shell’s largest service station, providing services such as car lubricant change, car care and car wash, and convenience store retail services. As a green space for drivers and the public, we hope the new station will deliver an unparalleled experience.”

Dr. Kenneth Leung, Assistant Director (Air Policy) of Environmental Protection Department said, “The government will promote marketisation for the sustainable development of EV charging service. The official opening of this Gas and Charging Station at Airport (Cargo Terminal) today marks the first step to expand Hong Kong's EV charging network.”

Ms. Cissy Chan, Executive Director, Commercial of Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) said, “AAHK is committed to developing Hong Kong International Airport into the world’s greenest airport. That Hong Kong’s first Gas and Charging Station providing both EV charging and traditional fueling service is opened at the airport is in line with our sustainable development vision. The flow of people and cargo at the airport will increase as various Airport City projects come on stream in the next few years. This service station of Shell, equipped with a diverse range of services and facilities, will help fulfill the growing demand.”

Media enquiries:

Josephine Tsoi

Corporate Communication Manager

Shell Hong Kong Limited

Tel: 2506-7016

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