LOOK: This Fuel Station in Cavite Is Designed for Energy Efficiency

It's located in Acienda Silang

Photography: Pilipinas Shell

If you find yourself driving through Acienda Silang in Cavite, you may want to take a break at the Site of the Future, Pilipinas Shell's recently launched template for mobility stations. The goal is to have an inclusive, customer-centric experience in its stop-overs, while creating a semi-independently powered space. 


The station itself has been designed to be energy efficient, with solar panels installed on its forefront canopy.

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Rain water is collected by catch basins and is used to water plants flush toilets. Parts of the walls of the familiar Select stores, as well as several tables and chairs, are upcycled from eco bricks, and there is also a custom-made alfresco area for cyclists who wish to stop for a quick break. 



“We are catering to the needs of people on the move from cyclists to pedestrians and even those at home with on-demand services,” Pilipinas Shell's Vice President and General Manager for Mobility Randy Del Valle says in a release. “The Site of the Future is an example of how mobility can keep moving the Philippines forward.”  

The Site of the Future is the first of many to be built in the country and around the world. 

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