Cochin International Airport Limited

PM Modi: Solar Powered Cochin Airport ‘Model’ for High-Energy Consumers

During his brief stopover visit on Saturday, Modi hailed the Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL) for being the world’s first fully solar-powered airport, a statement issued by the CIAL said here on Jun 10. Impressed by the fully solar-powered operations at the Cochin International Airport, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said it should be an […]

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Bengaluru International Airport to Go Solar by 2020

Our aim is to make the airport 100% renewable-energy powered by 2020. We also plan to increase our consumption through on-site and off-site solar power purchase agreements By the year 2020, the Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) has signed up a target of running its Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) totally on solar power. The power demand per day […]

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AAI has commenced installation of 1MWp solar power plant at Tirupathi and Vijaywada Airports: Jayant Sinha

AAI has completed installation of solar power plants at 29 airports/locations with a total capacity of 12.84 MWp. Minister of State in the Ministry of Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha said the Government of India encourages development of green airports. The minister added in order to develop […]

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CIAL Twofold Solar Energy Capacity

The Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL) has decided to upgrade its solar energy generation capacity from the existing 13.1 MW because of the rising energy needs. The decision was afoot at a meeting of The Board of Directors of CIAL. In 18th August 2015, solar power project installed the capacity of 13.1MW power plant which […]

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