Indian airport completely powered by solar

India’s Cochin International Airport is set to be the world’s first such facility to be completely solar powered. Cochin International Airport

The airport in South India is set to be run fully on solar following commissioning of a 12-MW project overseen by Bosch Ltd.

The solar facility is set to generate more than 50,000 units of electricity daily and will make CIAL grid-power neutral, Bosch said in a news release.

Built on land covering 50 acres (20 hectares), the project is the largest of its kind to be constructed at an airport in India.



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