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This is the World's First Fully Solar Powered Airport. (It Serves as Many People as Dulles Airport)
by Mark Leon Goldberg
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1 August 2018
On 1 August 2018 UN Dispatch reported:
The United Nations Environment is bestowing its highest annual honor on an airport in India for being the first airport in the world to function entirely on solar energy. UN Environment named Cochin International Airport as the 2018 recipient of its Champion of the Earth Prize. Cochin is not some small regional airport. ... For comparison's sake, this is roughly the passenger volume of Midway Airport in Chicago or Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C. And it runs entirely on solar power.
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'This is the United Nations' highest environmental accolade and reflects your leadership in the use of sustainable energy,' said UN Environment Director Erik Solheim. 'As the world's first fully solar-powered airport, you set an ambitious example that we hope many others will follow.'
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