Four Dutch airports overseen by Royal Schiphol Group are to go wind-powered from 2018 under a 15-year agreement with sustainable energy supplier Eneco. The deal covers Amsterdam Schiphol, the main Netherlands hub, as well as Rotterdam, Eindhoven and Lelystad airports. “Together, the airports consume around 200 GWh [per year], which is comparable with the consumption of 60,000 households,” Royal Schiphol Group said. This full quota will be supplied by Eneco, meaning the group ...

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