Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) on Friday launched a R13.5-million solar power plant at Kimberley Airport as part of ACSA’s broader plan to install solar farms at all six of its regional airports. Construction of the Kimberley Airport plant got under way in September last year and was completed in April. Speaking at the official opening, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said that the plant was in line with government’s plan to address South Africa’s energy challenges. “The diversification of the country’s energy matrix remains a key priority to ensure the sustainability of economic activity,” she said. The solar farm comprised 1 620 photovoltaic panels and was located on 700 m2 of land within the airport precinct.
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