The roof of the Helsinki Airport terminal is currently being fitted with new solar panels. They belong to Finavia’s solar plant whose first sector was opened just under two years ago. Next year, more panels will be installed on the facade of the parking complex which is to be opened. 100% of Helsinki Airport’s energy is produced using renewable energy sources. The power plant, which is located on the roof, produces approximately 5% of the terminal extensions’ electricity. The rest of the airport’s electricity is produced by wind power, said Henri Hansson, Technical Director at Finavia. Hansson explains that, presently,

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