Here’s How Kathmandu Airport Is Trying To Save Power
Kathmandu’s only international airport has been struggling to meet the demand for electricity in recent times. Apparently, between proper heating of the facilities and operational equipment, there may not enough ‘juice’ to keep everyone happy and avoid outages. This has forced the Nepalese airport to find ways of becoming more efficient and less wasteful when it comes to power.
According to Skift, Nepal’s aviation authority on Monday has asked everyone at the international airport to cut down on heating this winter to save power. By doing this, key operational equipment can run without disruption.
“There has been increased demand for electricity use due to the cold weather which is directly effecting the communication, navigation aids and surveillance equipment,” -Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal
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Posted: 3 Feb 2020 14:13:26