Helsinki airport to be carbon neutral by year’s end thanks to biofuels and renewables mix

June 14, 2017 |

In Finland, thanks to using biofuel in all ground vehicles and a new 500kWp solar array, Finavia expects the Helsinki airport to achieve carbon neutrality by the end of this year, ahead of its 2020 goals. It plans to extend the same model to all of its 21 airports as part of its commitment towards achieving 100 carbon neutral airports in Europe by 2030. Bioenergy, geothermal, wind power and LED lights will also be included in the energy transition towards carbon neutrality.

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