Passenger Terminal Today - Lawrence Butcher

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) recognized the financial, operational and community-driven imperative to find cost-effective, sustainable and resilient means to both mitigate climate impacts and adapt to a climate-impacted future by reducing its energy needs.

To this end, in 2016, SFO embarked on a strategic initiative to achieve zero net energy (ZNE) consumption. In 2018, SFO engaged a consultant team, led by specialists Arup and Stok, to study how to reduce energy across SFO’s 100+ building campus. The team worked with SFO to develop a ZNE plan, which outlines the multifaceted steps necessary to reduce energy use across the campus’s operations and supply the balance with 100% renewable energy to meet the airport’s ZNE goal.

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