Cochin Airport: World’s first fully solar-powered airport
Oct12

Cochin Airport: World’s first fully solar-powered airport

Cochin International Airport in the southern Indian state of Kerala has become the world’s first entirely solar-powered airport, unveiling a new system that will make the airport ‘absolutely power-neutral. The airport’s solar power plant, which comprises 46,150 solar panels arrayed across 45 acres of land, will produce 48,000 units of energy a day. The project was executed by Bosch Energy and Building Solutions (BEBS ) of Bosch India...

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Cochin International Airport Flying High
Apr10

Cochin International Airport Flying High

The Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL) is the first greenfield airport set up in the public-private partnership (PPP) model in civil the aviation infrastructure sector in India. Commissioned in 1999, the state-of-the-art airport is now on a fast track of growth with the most advanced systems of safety and security. In a short span of time, CIAL has emerged as a model airport and a fast-developing hub of international travel...

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