The seven-year project will retrofit air and water systems ©123RF
The seven-year project will retrofit air and water systems ©123RF

Smart building tech to cut Dubai Airport energy use by a fifth

Dubai Airports aims to use data and smart building technology to gain energy savings of almost 20% per year.

The seven-year project will retrofit air and water systems and is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 25,000 tonnes and save around 50 gigawatt hours of electricity and 95m liters of water annually.

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