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Thursday, September 3, 2015

The World's First Airport Completely Powered by Solar Energy

India now has an airport that all the energy comes from solar panels. Solar panel system at the Cochin airport was recently unveiled by the local government on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. They claim that the Cochin International Airport as the first airport to use a solar panel system.
Solar panels field for Cochin International Airport. (Picture from: http://on.mash.to/1UVQ5XT)
These solar panels are placed on a specific land area of ​​45 acres located in the vicinity of cargo airport. There are about 46 thousand panels to run about 50-60 thousand units of electricity per day.

This service was first installed solar panels in 2013 in one of the airport terminal roof. This step was followed by installing other panels in some other places. More broadly, this idea eventually evolved with the advent garden solar panels that can produce a total of 12 MW of energy.

By local officials, this project is claimed will have long term effects. While the parent company of the airport, Cochin International Airport Limited expect the facilities of solar panels can reduce 300 thousand tons of carbon emissions over the next 25 years. Of course, this is a tidbit on tenagh global warming issues are being crowded discussed.

As mentioned earlier, this is the airport authority called the airports first of all energy relies on solar energy. Other cities may soon follow suit; in particular the US where the adoption of solar power has been increasing.

The Denver International, for example. Currently has four gardens solar panels that can generate 3.1 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year. And recently, the US Navy has made a deal to buy a solar panel farm in Arizona to help provide strength at 14 US military bases in California. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MASHABLE ASIA]
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