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  • 1. ICT FOR ENERGY EFFICIENT AIRPORTS [PROJECT REPORT]
  • 2. [PILOT PROJECTS] [PILOT PROJECTS]The CASCADE solution will be piloted in two major Euro- Airport Ipean hubs at Milan Malpensa and Roma Fiumicino airports Roma Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is the largest airport in Italy inand implemented and tested by airports energy and main- terms of annual traffic. The airport saw 36.3 mio. passengers intenance teams on significant heating, ventilation and air 2010 through 5 terminals to 190 destinations.conditioning systems supplying public open spaces. Some relevant figures:A measurement and verification plan will be carried out to 175 GWh annual electricity consumption.validate and quantify the success of the CASCADE solution A thermal power plant delivers 87 MWth including ain terms of energy savings, carbon emission reduction and cogeneration generating 26 MWel and 15 MWth.economics. The new Energy Management System will be Large air handling units supplied by district heating and atested and evaluated jointly between the airport energy compression and absorption chillers system ensure goodteams and the CASCADE experts. indoor climate conditions. Airport II Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) is the second largest airport in Italy behind Fiumicino. In 2010, MXP experienced 18.7 mio. passengers through 2 terminals. Some relevant figures: 140 GWh annual electricity consumption. A tri-generation plant delivers 80 MWel, 90 MWth heating, and 36 MWth chilled water through a large absorption chiller complex. Large air handling units supply the Terminal 1 with fresh air and ensure a good thermal comfort. Energy Action Plan
  • 3. »Airports consume as much energyas small cities. CASCADE project willhelp to reduce their energy needs bydeveloping an ISO 50001 Energy Man-agement System, based on advancedFault Detection and Diagnosis tools.«Diagnostic Tools
  • 4. [INTRODUCTION] [GOALS]Airports are critical nodes in the global trans- The CASCADE project will targetportation network connecting people and facili- following results:tating business. They are also massive energy Implement an ISO 50001 based Enregy Action Plan designed for airport energy managing teams linkingconsumers and can therefore significantly con- energy conservation actions with airport actors.tribute to the European energy and emissions Apply automated Fault Detection and Diagnosis forreduction goals through energy savings at a continuous energy efficient operation and maintenance support of targeted building energy systems.large scale. Airport energy managers are A 20% reduction in energy consumption and CO2looking at new solutions to better support the emissions on targeted systems.energy operation and maintenance of their A return on investment in less than 3 years.complex systems and to allow them betteridentify energy conservation areas. CASCADEwill answer these needs in developing a newISO-50001 based Energy Management System,supported by Fault Detection and Diagnosis anddemonstrate it in two major European airports. ISO 50001
  • 5. [SOLUTION] [SOLUTION]With the CASCADE solution, the faulty operation of typical The CASCADE solution answersbuilding energy systems will be automatically detected and these questions by:diagnostics will be provided to the airport maintenance Engaging the airport energy management teams,team over an ISO 50001 based Energy Management System. determining their needs and motivating them.The developed solution will be measurement-based, techno- Integrating new ICT systems with existing ICT and energylogy neutral and will integrate with various systems offering systems at airport facilities.a large connectivity and interoperability. Collecting data and providing advanced visualizations onThe new ISO 50001 defines conditions to set up an operatio- building equipment operation and performance.nal Energy Management System which will be developed with Applying Fault Detection and Diagnosis Methods andairport energy managers. Fault Detection and Diagnosis and forward the results to the energy team.other feedback from control and monitoring systems will be Making an energy action plan that links actors, actions, theintegrated with ISO 50001. ISO 50001 specification and provides cost/benefit ratios.The ISO 50001 approach helps solve the major questions ofthe “energy management challenge”, which are: What does Fault Detection and How do you help busy managers to reduce energy costs Diagnosis (FDD) do? at many buildings? Recognize energy inefficiencies and faults quickly, How do you achieve energy savings quickly? systematically, and automatically. How do you continue to reduce energy consumption, Reduce operational costs by performing maintenance on year after year? an as-needed basis through system monitoring. Protect capital by warning of potentially damaging states and operations. CASCADE integrated solution CASCADE integrated solution: The CASCADE solution delivers, via a web interface, an ISO 50001 energy action management platform supported by sub-hourly performance data visualization and automated Fault Detection and Diagnosis (FDD) of building systems. Data are gathered at the airport from existing systems or advanced dataloggers, then concentrated in the CASCADE local server and finally transferred to the Datastorage tool. FDD is performed by both the Datastorage tool and the Sensus MI tool. The Enerit tool receives FDD signals and transforms them in content rich information by interrogating the airport ontology. The final web interface enables effective energy action management for all stakeholders involved in the energy O&M process. Integrated Solution
  • 6. CASCADE – ICT for Energy Efficient AirportsContact:Nicolas RéhaultFraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISEHeidenhofstrasse 2D-79110 FreiburgGermanycontact@cascade-eu.orgCASCADE has received funding from the EuropeanCommunitys Seventh Framework Programme(FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement No. 284920

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