Utility Cost Savings Helping Airports in the Pandemic

Received (in revised form): 10th September, 2020

CHARLES F. MARSHALL

Airport Engineering Manager, Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, USA
Dr Charles F. Marshall, CEM, CEA, PMP, CBCP, CLEP, FAEE, EcoDistrict AP is an Airport
Engineering Manager at Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport with over
25 years of experience. He manages the Utility Program at the airport as well as
serves as the President of the Atlanta Chapter of the International Facility Management
Association.

Airport Engineering Manager, Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport,
PO BOX 55039, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA
Tel: +1 404-254-3491;E-mail: Cmarshall89@hotmail.com

Abstract
COVID-19 is impacting health, economics and operations around the world. As airports consider strategies to be resilient from this worldwide event, utility cost-savings projects are still tools to support this effort. Some airports are demonstrating that utility-savings projects work in different settings and locations. In addition to reducing energy and water costs, these projects also support sustainability efforts by reducing emissions and supporting other sustainability and resiliency goals. This paper presents some
examples of how some airports are achieving this.

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