A repülőterek energiahatékonysági elemzése

Airports energetic efficiency analysis

  • CSUZI Botond István
Keywords: repülőterek, energiahatékonyság, energiatakarékosság, esettanulmányok, hatékonysági paraméterek elemzések


The aviation industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic has reached perhaps the worst crisis in its history. Any energy saving is important. Energy efficiency of airports is a key component in trying to find solutions for survival. The study is an initial step in approaching the subject, which after summing up the result of the collected data will help decision makers in terms of strategies to follow.


A repülő iparág, a repülés történetének egyik a legnagyobb krízis periódusába van a COVID-19 vírus pandémia eredményeként. Felértékelődött minden energiatakarékossági próbálkozás, hatástanulmány ami esélyt ad az amúgy elég energiaigényes iparágnak. A repülőterek energiahatékonysága fontos eleme ennek a kísérletnek, ez a tanulmány egy felmérés kezdete, mely összegzésképpen fontos adatokat szolgáltathat a döntéshozók számára.


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