An article posted by Tempo, explains that PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) or AP, who manage Bali’s international airport, in collaboration with many institutions, will operate new and renewable energy (EBT) at Bali’s I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, to welcome delegates and participants of the G20 Summit; from electric buses to solar power plants (PLTS), the airport is going green.
“We will use solar power in international and domestic parking, and also at toll gates,” AP I president director Faik Fahmi said in Jakarta, Monday, November 7, during an event at the SOE Ministry’s Media Center room.
AP I is also preparing electric up-road passenger buses and charging stations for electric cars, report Tempo.
To ensure the smooth implementation of the G20 Summit, Faik said that Ngurah Rai Airport will set up six entrances and exits. The first gate is for delegates or heads of state who are deplaning and will be picked up by car.
The second gate is for country-head guests or their companions. The third gate will be for ministerial-level guests.
AP I also provides a domestic terminal for delegates with flight routes from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, in Jakarta, to Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali.
This access is at the fourth gate. The fifth gate is located at the international terminal, specially provided for guests who take direct flights from their countries to the Island of the Gods.
Another gate is for general aviation. “This terminal is used for delegations using private jets,” said Faik.