How can Airports Reduce Carbon Footprint with Optimized HVAC?

Already some of the world’s largest, forward-thinking airports are turning their focus to sustainability and are being recognized for their accomplishment on meeting the Airport Carbon Accreditation requirements. 

Airports that concentrate on sustainability and reducing their carbon footprint benefit from significant cost savings from improved energy efficiency, in addition to meeting environmental goals.  Sustainability improvements often start by focusing on airports’ biggest energy consumer – heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC). The sustainability-driven operators of Terminal 4 at New York’s JFK airport, for example, identified $1,575,000 in energy savings through “low-to-no cost improvements” by auditing the operation of its buildings’ systems – primarily HVAC.   

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