CIAL minimises energy consumption through the pursuit of energy
Energy Saving Initiatives
Energy conservation and the efficient use of resources are
increasingly significant issues due to world-wide energy
shortfalls, international political influences and subsequent
rising costs and issues relating to water consumption etc.
These issues are also influenced by a growing environmental
awareness by consumers and the general community, and increasing
government and international regulation and pressure.
CIAL uses electricity, LPG and diesel for energy supply. These
energy sources are used for heating and cooling of terminal
buildings, CIAL Facilities Services buildings, Airport Fire
Station, lighting of terminal buildings and aprons, and carpark
areas. CIAL also operate a large vehicle fleet (corporate
vehicles, Maintenance Services vehicles and Airport Fire Service
CIAL has an Energy Policy aimed at ensuring responsible energy
management. This policy establishes long and short term
objectives for energy management.
- Implementation of the objectives of the Energy Policy and of
the Energy Monitoring and Targeting system to improve energy
- Installation of a weather station which takes into
consideration temperature and wind direction when controlling air
- Implementation of the Preferred Material Document which
specifies the purchase of high efficiency equipment where