The Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is ranked among one of the “greenest” airports in the world. “DFW undertook a $122-million upgrade of the Plaza, which is responsible for the heating and cooling of nearly 6 million sq. ft. of terminal space. Bergman says the facility’s inefficient 1970s technology, including gas-fired boilers, was replaced by new-technology boilers and chillers. Another important facet of the upgrade was installation of a 6.3-million-gal. thermal storage system that reduces energy consumption during peak demand periods by 77% and saves DFW about $500,000-750,000 annually.”
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