Six Flags is taking advantage of California’s sunny weather to install the state’s largest solar energy project at Six Flags Magic Mountain.
Efteling theme park in Holland has announced plans to achieve climate neutrality by 2030 and aims to be climate positive by 2032.
Walt Disney World is expanding its solar capacity, adding two new solar arrays to their clean-energy arsenal, which will boost their sun-driven power by 40 percent.
Using solar energy is certainly not a new concept, but as we celebrate Earth Day 2021, it’s a good time to remember that Disney harnesses the sun to power magic at its parks around the world, including its newest solar facility at Castaway Cay, Disney Cruise Line’s private island in The Bahamas.
To celebrate World Energy Day, Disneyland Paris announced the construction of one of the largest solar canopy plants in all of Europe.
Disneyland Paris recently began construction on its ambitious new solar energy project, part of the ongoing commitment to develop and implement environmentally responsible practices at the resort, while also promoting sustainable development in the region.
West coast theme park fans are now riding on sunshine at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, because since late last year the Northern California attraction has been getting the majority of its energy from a new solar power-generating parking lot.
Walt Disney World Resort is celebrating Earth Day a little early by unveiling their new 270-acre, 50-megawatt solar facility.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is now home to five new solar trees, thanks to the Florida Power & Light (FPL) SolarNow program and its 44,000 participants.
Guests at the Discovery Kingdom and Magic Mountain amusement parks in California can soon ride on sunshine while keeping their cars cool, because Six Flags has announced plans to cover their parking lots with solar power panels.