Month: February 2018

3 airports owned by Port of Portland renew/upgrade their accreditation

All three airports owned by Port of Portland are now actively reducing their CO2 emissions. Portland Hillsboro upgraded to Level 2 Reduction, a status it has lost just for one cycle of the programme. Portland International and Portland Troutdale Airports renewed their certificates for GHG emissions reduction!  Want to know more about the Port of […]

Mount Isa Airport joins the programme!

Mount Isa Airport is now certified for Mapping their CO2 emissions within Airport Carbon Accreditation. Their successful adhesion to the programme marked a milestone for Queensland Airports Limited, ISA’s operator: all four airports owned by the company are part of AirportCO2 Community. Well done! Read more: http://www.mountisaairport.com.au/airport-takes-flight-to-carbon-reduction/ 

Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi Airport renews at Level 3+ Neutrality

Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi International Airport just renewed its certificate at the highest level of the programme! What’s more, soon the total solar power generation at RGIA – Hyderabad will reach 10MW. The airport commissioned an additional 5 MW solar power plant, on top of the existing 5 MW capacity. Great work for sustainability of their operations!  […]