Baker Hughes has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Avports to develop, implement and operate onsite microgrid solutions for the airport industry. The partnership will address emissions reduction and the global industry’s goal to focus on zero-emission buildings, horizontal airport infrastructure, vehicles and aircraft systems. Avports focuses on airport innovation and sustainability initiatives that include power resilience and using power solutions such as green hydrogen. Pairing with Baker Hughes’ broad energy technology portfolio, which includes both hydrogen-ready turbines and heat recovery solutions ideal for microgrid applications, this collaboration will accelerate the adoption and development of customized microgrids to address

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