Shell is committed to driving Hong Kong to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, and last year Shell formed a strategic partnership with Link Asset Management Limited ("Link") to install by phase more than 500 EV charging points, including over 400 medium chargers and 80 fast chargers, in 34 Link's car parks throughout Hong Kong in 2023, bringing a more convenient EV charging experience to the public.

Back in 2021, Shell opened its first Shell Recharge site in Hong Kong at Green Code, Fanling, becoming the first oil and gas company in Hong Kong to offer EV charging facilities. Additionally, Shell has collaborated with different business partners, including real estate developers and automobile brands, to set up Shell Recharge sites at car parks and at its Shell Airport (Cargo Terminal) Gas and Charging Station.

Ms. Anne Yu, Managing Director of Shell Hong Kong Limited said, “Shell strives to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050. This new EV charging station demonstrates Shell’s commitment to the ‘Hong Kong Roadmap on Popularisation of Electric Vehicles’ and ‘Hong Kong's Climate Action Plan 2050’. As one of the largest operators of fuel refilling stations in Hong Kong we are ideally positioned to help the city reach its net-zero goals.”

Mr William Lai, Managing Director of Link Property Management Services Limited said, “Today, Shell is opening its EV charging stations at Stanley Plaza Car Park to the public. By the end of 2024, Shell will have more than 500 EV chargers installed at 34 car parks under Link, and together, we will launch “Opening Offers” to all our EV patrons jointly. With our collective efforts in providing better parking and charging facilities to drivers, we hope to encourage more patrol-fuelled car owners to switch to electric vehicles, supporting the popularisation of electric vehicles and realising the vision of a green transport city.”

To celebrate the opening of the new charging station at Stanley Plaza, Shell is  hosting an "e-Driving Carnival" at the Stanley Plaza Amphitheatre from the 24th to the 25th of June. The carnival will feature a number of free game booths, including a Formula 1 virtual reality (VR) experience, driving simulators, remote control racing, and much more, allowing families to experience the joys of driving. A number of the latest models of electric vehicles will also be exhibited and available to test drive.

Ms. Yu was joined at the event by Mr. William Lai, Managing Director of Link Property Management Services Limited; Mr. Albert Wong, Chief Executive Officer of Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation; and Mr. Martin Tsang, CEO & Founder of Halo Energy.

Looking ahead, Shell will collaborate with the Government of HKSAR and different stakeholders in the industry to further expand its network of EV charging services, set up more EV charging sites at public car parks and its existing fuel refilling stations, extend its EV charging business to private car parks and residential buildings, and work with different commercial customers to provide customized charging solutions to respond to the needs of the industry in the energy transition.

Media enquiries:

Josephine Tsoi
Deputy General Manager – Corporate Communications and Brand
Shell Hong Kong Limited
Tel: 2506-7016

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