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Green Airports: How Airports are Realizing Energy Savings 2014

  • ID: 2933209
  • Report
  • April 2014
  • Region: Global
  • 93 Pages
  • Red Mountain Insights LLC
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AeroVironment, Inc.
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  • eTug, LLC
  • Leo A Daly Company
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Soaring energy-related facility costs at airports can decimate bottomlines. This report examines the greening of airport facilities including federal initiatives, private programs, and alternative fuel vehicle programs in use.

Some airports have been slow to adopt measures that go beyond minimum requirements. But there are as many airports leading the way in converting their operations and facilities into Green Airports.

This report includes case studies of 47+ airport energy efficiency programs with full contact information including address, phone, and email.

It also features contact information and profiles of major developers and contractors that specialize in planning and installing green energy initiatives at airport.

The The Air Transport Association of America acknowledged the need to address emission of greenhouse gas from airline operations. It joined with the International Air Transport Association in adopting ambitious targets to mitigate GHG emissions from the airline industry including:

- Continue industry fuel (and, hence, CO2) efficiency improvements, resulting in an average annual CO2 efficiency improvement of 1.5 percent per year on a revenue ton mile basis through 2020;
- Cap industry-wide CO2 emissions from 2020 (carbon-neutral growth) subject to critical aviation infrastructure and technology advances achieved by the industry and government; and
- Contribute to an industry-wide goal of reducing CO2 emissions by 50 percent by 2050, relative to 2005 levels.

This report includes Airport Energy Case Studies including:
- Austin Bergstrom International Airport
- Baltimore-Washington International Airport
- Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport
- Boston Logan International Airport
- Buffalo Niagara International Airport
- Chattanooga Airport
- Chicago O'Hare International Airport
- Chicago-Rockford Airport
- Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport
- Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
- Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
- Denver International Airport
- Detroit Metropolitan Airport
- DFW International Airport
- Eugene Airport-Mahlon Sweet Field
- Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
- Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport
- Houston Airport
- Indianapolis International Airport
- John F. Kennedy International Airport
- Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
- LED Lighting at Tulsa International Airport
- Los Angeles International Airport
- Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
- Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
- Pittsburgh International Airport
- Portland International Airport
- Redmond Airport
- Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
- Sacramento International Airport
- Salt Lake City International Airport
- San Diego International Airport
- San Francisco International Airport
- Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
- T.F. Green Airport
- The Long Beach Airport
- Tucson International Airport

This report is a comprehensive guide to understanding regulations and initiatives in the green airport industry. It provides detailed case studies of airport green initiatives in place at dozens of airports.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AeroVironment, Inc.
  • C&S Companies Inc.
  • eTug, LLC
  • Leo A Daly Company
  • Segway Inc.
  • The Parsons Corporation
  • MORE
Executive Summary

Eco-Friendly Efforts of Airports

US Government’s Green Airport Initiative

Alternate Fuel Vehicles at Airports
Introduction
Existing Opportunities for Using AFVs at Airports
Requirement of Cleaner Environment
Economic Advantages
Fuel Cost Savings from AFVs
Tax Incentives
Airport Incentives
Federal Grants and Tax Credits
Private Sector Incentives
Building an Infrastructure to Support AFV Development
Advantages of Using AFVs
Public Relation Benefits
How to Create Successful Airport AFV Programs

Government Mandates for Use of AFVs at Airports
Clean Air Act
Energy Policy Act
Occupational Health and Safety

Looking at the FAA’s Inherently Low Emission Airport Vehicle Pilot Program
(ILEAV)
Overview to the Program
Results of the ILEAV Program
Participating Airports
Reducing Airport Emissions through ILEAV
Vehicle Deployments through Participating Airports

Airports Using AFVs
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Sacramento International Airport
Denver International Airport
San Francisco International Airport
Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport
Baltimore-Washington International Airport
Boston Logan International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Looking at Energy Efficient Airports
Energy Efficiency Initiatives at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
Energy Efficiency Initiatives Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Green Airports Case Studies
DFW International Airport
Boston Logan International Airport
Pittsburgh International Airport
Salt Lake City International Airport
Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Portland International Airport
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport

Glossary

List of Figures:

Figure : Airport Environmental Footprint
Figure : Layout of Installed Fast-Charging Systems to Support Delta Air Lines
Operations in the DFW ILEAV Project
Figure : ETEC Recharging Stations for SkyWest Electric GSE Vehicles
Figure : DFW NOx Emission Source Categories

List of Tables:

Table : EPAct AFV Purchase Requirements (% of new vehicles that must be AFV)
Table : ILEAV Grants and Total Expenditures by Airport
Table : Participants in ILEAV Projects
Table : Projected Lifetime Emission Reductions by Pollutant (tons)
Table : Deployed Project Vehicles by Fuel Type

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This report includes Profiles and Contact information of Airport Developers and Contractors including:

- AeroVironment, Inc.
- AUI Contractors, LLC,
- C&S Companies Inc.
- Clark Construction Group
- eTug, LLC
- Johnson Melloh, Inc
- Leo A Daly Company
- New Generation Power
- Segway Inc.
- T3 Motion, Inc.
- The Parsons Corporation
- Tucson Electric Power Co.
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