Luton Airport Save 1,300,000kWh of Energy through Plug Fan Upgrades

Thursday 28th November 2019
14:10  -  14:40

Theatre :  Built Environment, Technology and Innovation  Case Studies  T3D2 Presentations 

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The number of passengers flying from London Luton Airport is at an all-time high. To ensure their passengers had a comfortable and safe climate to travel in, quick and drastic measures were needed to improve the performance of the current HVAC system. The result, better indoor air quality, better climate, reduction in their energy consumption and less environmental impact (Co2 emissions).

This session will present the case study about the substantial savings made just by upgrading the fans in their HVAC units.

Michael Nagle - Utilities Manager, Luton AirportMichael Nagle Utilities Manager
London Luton Airport
Tony Wright ebm-papstTony Wright Divisional Director of Upgrade
ebm-papst UK Ltd

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