Istanbul Airport will be first to provide its electricity from solar power

Istanbul Airport will be first to provide its electricity from solar power

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Istanbul Airport, one of the world’s busiest transportation hubs, will be the first airport in the world to provide all of its electricity needs from solar power, specifically from a solar plant to be established in the central Turkish city of Eskisehir, CE Report reports via Anadolu Agency.

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