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India's First Fully Solar Powered Airport

India's First Fully Solar Powered Airport
At a time when the world is trying to reduce its carbon footprint and reduce dependence on fuel, India has set a superb example by opening the first fully solar-powered international airport! Officials marked the opening of the Cochin International Airport's new solar power plant on Tuesday, even though solar power has been in use in one of its terminals since 2013.
India's First Fully Solar Powered Airport
India's First Fully Solar Powered Airport
The humongous solar power plant stretches over 45 acres, and has 46,000 solar panels which provide 50,000-60,000 units of electricity on a daily basis. According to a statement issued by the airport, this energy is sufficient to sustain the power needs and to render it "power neutral." This solar power addition is set to reduce the carbon footprint by 300,000 tons over the next 25 years. It sure is a job well done sun!
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