Airport Authority of India priorities carbon neutrality and net zero carbon emission at its various airports. Installing solar and procuring renewable energy to achieve zero carbon emissions at airports is in full progress.
At present, AAI’s 14 airports are already working on 100% renewable energy. Airports that meet their operational requirements through renewable energy are Tezu airport, Kangra airport, Kullu airport, Shimla airport, Jammu airport, Srinagar airport, Leh airport, and Imphal airport. Other airports on the list are Dimapur airport, Puducherry airport, pakyong airport, Kanpur airport, Dehradun airport and Patna airport.
AAI announces another 17 airports will be working on 100% renewable energy by Dec-2022 which are at Belagavi, Hubballi, Mysuru, Kalaburagi, Kolhapur, Solapur, Pune, Aurangabad, Akola, Juhu, Jalgaon, Gondia, Deoghar, Kota, Safdarjung, Bikaner and Bathinda
AAI manages 125 airports with the responsibility of creating, upgrading, maintaining, and managing aviation.