Why Sustainability Is A Smart Strategy For Airports

Pittsburgh International Airport’s microgrid makes the facility self-reliant for power while reducing energy costs and emissions.

Credit: Pittsburgh International Airport

As airports work on strategies to meet 2050 net-zero carbon targets, the reporting of progress will become fundamental for investors in the sector. Sarah Flynn, SVP partnerships at Dublin-based airport operator daa International, said that airports must measure and monitor sustainability efforts in…

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