LOWERING ENERGY COSTS IN AIRPORTS
Managing energy costs in commercial airports is a big challenge for facilities managers. Considering the needs of the traveling public for health, safety, comfort and efficiency all enter into the decision making process when considering energy usage. Commercial airports are complex facilities with high electric energy demand from HVAC systems, chillers, baggage handling equipment, escalators, people-movers and lighting not to mention increasingly extensive dining and shopping facilities. TransPower Company’s MPTS devices have the ability to reduce the total electrical energy consumption of many of these airport systems by as much as 20% to 30%. Not only can the MPTS technology reduce consumption, the energy demand charges which can account for 50% or more of the cost of electricity in many markets and release installed capacity and improve power quality. TransPower Company products are available directly from our distributor and dealer network or through ESCO’s and other energy management professionals working with the airport industry.