Airport Authority of India (AAI), will begin the phase two of solar power plant installation by installing a 100 kWp (kilowatts) capacity flexible panel solar power plant, making Lohegaon airport the first in the country to have this facility.
The decision was announced by Ajay Kumar, Pune airport director at the airport advisory committee (AAC) meeting held on Thursday. Kumar said, “After the successful operations of the first solar power plant, we are beginning the installation of phase two of the new 100 kWp solar power project, at the airport. The work for the 100 kWp capacity flexible panels, solar power plant has already been allocated.”
According to Kumar, this facility is being introduced for the first time in India at the Lohegaon airport and will be installed on the roof top of terminal building. Read More
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