One of the world’s three biggest polluters just took a big step toward reducing its greenhouse emissions and embracing renewable energy sources.
India’s fourth-largest airport, the Cochin International Airport in the southern city of Kochi, announced on Tuesday that it is now “absolutely energy neutral,” The Economic Times reports. The airport is co-funded and operated by the Indian government through a public-private partnership.
The airport’s energy neutrality is possible thanks to a 12-megawatt solar system consisting of more than 46,000 panels installed on a 50-acre site. The system read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com