Resalta is pleased to announce its latest solar project, a rooftop photovoltaic powerplant for Fraport in Slovenia. German company Fraport is one of the leading airport operators in the world. Ljubljana’s Jože Pučnik airport, the largest airport in Slovenia, is under its complete ownership and management. Resalta will install a 500 kW solar photovoltaic powerplant on the rooftop of the airport’s main garage building.
The 500 kW solar power plant will be fully installed in 2021, with no disruption to the normal operations at the airport and generating 500 MWh of electricity from renewable sources for at Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, for direct on-site consumption. This will provide 10% of the airport’s electricity consumption, improving its sustainability and reducing CO2 emissions by 250 tons each year. With transport being one of the main global carbon emitters, airports and the flight industry are looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint. Solar PV powerplants help provide renewable and clean energy to the airport, and shows that Fraport takes its environmental commitments seriously.
Resalta is proud to be recognized as a trusted partner in the energy transition by Fraport Slovenia. Resalta is a leading renewables and energy services provider in Central and Southeastern Europe, operating in ten markets throughout the region. A dynamic, fast-growing company, Resalta works with both public and private clients to finance, design and implement projects that champion decarbonization, reduce energy consumption, lower CO2 emissions and promote sustainability while generating cost savings. So far, the company has realized over 260 energy projects for over 180 clients and continues to expand its product and service portfolio.
In 2019, more than 1.7 million passengers travelled through Jože Pučnik Airport in Slovenia. The company Fraport Slovenija, which manages the airport, is 100% owned by the German Fraport AG, which, in addition to its home airport in Frankfurt, also manages more than 30 airports worldwide.
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