Greener airports thanks to EU-funded project

Every summer millions of Europeans descend upon the continent’s airports on their way to sunshine and adventure. As airport users explode in number, so does the cost and environmental footprint of running an airport. Did you know that as airports get bigger and bigger they each consume as much energy as small cities? Think only about the lighting, heating and air conditioning systems in these huge transport hubs. That is why the European Commission has funded a project involving Enerit to develop a new energy management software and sensor system to reduce carbon emissions and energy costs by 20% in airports. Read more…

The software leads to the automation and implementation of the ISO 50001 standard, and goes beyond completing the standard to allow users to save energy on an on-going basis.
Maurice Ahern , Energy Manager, World’s 1st University to get ISO 50001