|Solar powered Cochin intl. airport, Kerala. www.daytodaygk.com|
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|100% Solar powered Cochin intl. airport, Kerala.www.asiadespatch.org|
|Sun above sea wave below. Sun Energy picture, www.cartoonstock.com|
As for the information available, the airport’s solar power plant situated close to the cargo complex is spread over 45 acres of land and is being run by the parent company CIAL - Cochin International Airport Limited. The plant, first of a kind in India, has more than 46,000 solar panels capable of generating 50,000 to 60,000 units of electric power every day. The total cost of this plant is Rs. 60 crores.
|100% Solar powered Cochin intl. airport, Kerala.truthimmortal.com|
|Dangers of coal fired power plants: The largest sources of mercury pollution are coal-fired power plants. Airborne mercury emitted by these facilities can be deposited anywhere www.polywellnuclearfusion.com|
India has plans to increase the current capacity 4 GW to 100 GW by 1922 and this ambitious plan requires latest $100 billion investment. Taking their cue from Kerala and West Bengal, other states should ponder about solar powered airports and other big public buildings.