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Finavia, operator of Helsinki Airport, has decided to further enhance its climate programme, with the aim of reducing its carbon dioxide emissions caused by the operations of its 21 airports to zero by 2020.

This goal is expected to be achieved this summer at the Helsinki hub thanks to the construction of the solar power plant which is expected to start producing energy in the second half of the year.

Meanwhile, at its other gateways, Finavia is implementing various energy efficient initiatives such as fuelling ground vehicles with renewable diesel, along with utilising wind power and geothermal heat.

The organisation is considered a key party to the commitment of European airport companies to have 100 carbon-neutral airports in Europe by 2030.