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The 612-mile demonstration flight emitted an estimated 75% less CO2 than a flight using traditional jet fuel.
February 24, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Baghdad International Airport (BIAP) has recently ordered 210 units of the Carmanah Model 601 for taxiway edge lighting and obstruction lighting for permanent installation at Iraq’s primary International airport. As Carmanah’s technology is solar-powered, the company can provide this additional lighting without tapping into the airport’s existing power infrastructure. Both civil and military aircraft operations for […]
WorldWater & Solar Technologies has completed the installation of a 1.1-megawatt (MW) solar power system for the Valley Center Municipal Water District (VCMWD) in Valley Center, California. The system, which was financed and will be owned, operated and maintained by Solar Power Partners Inc. (SPP), will provide 2.1 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year for the district, offsetting up to 20% of the electricity required by their largest pumping station.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has opened its new 75,000 square foot, $438 million Central Utilities Plant (CUP).
Vancouver International Airport Authority added a new solar-powered hot water heating system in the airport's domestic terminal building that will contribute to savings of nearly CAD$90,000 (US$67,500) and 8,569 gigajoules (approximately 2.4 million kWh) per year. The 100 solar panels installed on the roof of the building, will help to generate enough energy to heat an average of 800 gallons of hot water at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) each hour.
Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. today announced that it has reached an agreement to supply close to 3,000 solar modules for installation in the San Francisco International Airport's (SFIA) new Terminal T3 solar project. The solar modules will be installed by San Francisco-based BASS Electric.
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) in Tennessee has transitioned the air conditioning at the Nashville International Airport (BNA) to a geothermal lake plate cooling system.
WorldWater & Solar Technologies Corp. broke ground for the construction of a large-scale solar electric system at Fresno Yosemite International Airport in Fresno, California.
Bangalore’s Kempegowda International Airport plans to become the largest solar-producing airport in India, aiming to generate 14.6 MW of solar power. The airport announced in December that it will source 40 percent of its electricity from solar energy, offsetting approximately 17,000 tons of carbon dioxide, or the equivalent of more than 3,200 passenger vehicles each year. The airport is now deciding upon a developer to execute the project.
A 2-megawatt (MW) solar energy system has been dedicated at the Denver International Airport (DIA). The solar photovoltaic system, spanning seven and a half acres at the airport's entrance, will generate more than three million kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity annually.