McDonald’s unveils net zero restaurant at Walt Disney World Resort

The building has an installation of 1,066 solar panels, plant-covered walls and stationary bikes for guests who can generate electricity for the restaurant through spinning

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McDonald's has announced it has finished the construction of a net zero energy restaurant located at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida in the US.

The new facility is designed to generate enough renewable energy on-site to cover 100% of its energy needs on an annual basis.

The building has an installation of 1,066 solar panels capable of generating 600,000KWh every year and also features 1,700 square feet of plant-covered walls absorbing carbon dioxide and supporting biodiversity.

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