CIAL Infrastructures Limited (CIL) was incorporated in the year 2012 to broaden the horizons of CIAL to exploit the opportunities in the power and other infrastructure sectors. CIL has already commissioned 15.4 MWp solar power plant at the Airport premises, which enabled Cochin International Airport to become the World’s first fully solar powered Airport. The plant now generates adequate power to meet the energy requirements of CIAL and also exporting the excess power generated to the KSEB grid. As the requirement of power at the Airport would increase substantially with the commissioning of the new International Terminal Building, CIL has taken steps to augment the solar capacity by installing additional 13.7MWp solar plants within the airport premises. With the commissioning of these additional projects, the total solar capacity will increase to 28.8MWp, and will enable CIAL to continue its status as a fully solar powered airport, even after the commencement of full-fledged operations of the new International Terminal.
 
The Government of Kerala has allotted 8 Small Hydro Electric Power (SHEP) Projects aggregating to 49.8 MW to CIL on BOOT basis under IPP category, which are in various stages of implementation.

CIAL, through its subsidiary company, has successfully commissioned Solar Power plants of 15.4 MWp capacity at Cochin International Airport, which enabled the Company to achieve the prestigious position as the first airport in the world to be fully powered by solar energy. CIL has also taken steps to augment the solar capacity at Cochin International Airport to 28.90 MWp during the financial year 2016-17, with an aggregate power potential of an average of 1,15,000 units a day (42 Million units per annum)

Registered office

XI/318E, Cochin International Airport Bldg.
Kochi Airport P.O., Nedumbassery,
Ernakulam-683 111

Administrative Office

Kolaara Estate, N.H. Bypass,
Edappally P.O,
Kochi - 682 024, Kerala, India