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By 2030, Delhi’s IGI Airport aims to become a “Net Zero Carbon Emission Airport.”

by Mahua Special Editor

DIAL, the operator of Delhi’s airport, announced on Tuesday that the facility will become a net zero carbon emission facility by 2030. According to a press release, achieving “carbon neutral” or “net zero carbon emission” status means not increasing carbon emissions while also reducing emissions through offsets.

Videh Kumar Jaipuriar, CEO of Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), delivered a video message  at the COP26 event to announce DIAL’s 2030 target.

With the help of pollution control systems and safeguards, Ait intends to run its business in an environmentally-friendly and sustainable manner, says Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), a GMR-led consortium that operates the airport.

These include the use of renewable energy, development of green infrastructures and multiple passenger connectivity networks, as well as energy conservation and efficiency improvements as well as stakeholder partnership programmes that DIAL has implemented.

It has a state-of-the-art Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) and Water Treatment Plant (WTP), as well as energy-efficient lighting systems, advanced fuel hydrant systems, and other environmentally friendly infrastructure.

Other advanced measures include the adoption of electric vehicles and Taxibots by DIAL in addition to this.

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