EVs deployed at Delhi airport (Photo: Twitter)
Indian airports are investing in electric vehicles (EVs) as they look to reduce carbon emissions.
On Thursday, Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) announced deployment of 57 electric vehicles as a part of its green transportation programme. Thiruvananthapuram airport has acquired four EVs for its engineering and maintenance teams, it said earlier this week.
The latest initiatives are part of the aviation sectors’ green push. Airports in Bengaluru, Mumbai Delhi are sourcing electricity requirements from hydro power, solar and wind energy. Civil aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia had in September said that over 90 per cent airports in the country achieve carbon
First Published: Oct 27 2022 | 11:55 PM IST