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Repowering LAX: District Cooling, TES & CHP Blend

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Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is in the midst of a multi-billion dollar modernization and growth program. Its aged Central Utility Plant and infrastructure has been replaced with a state of the art facility, doubling the capacity of their district cooling system to address planned growth through 2024 while reducing operating costs and environmental impact.

The presentation will cover the challenges with replacing a central utility plant and utility distribution within the heart of an operating airport, incorporating the right mix of TES and CHP for the project. Not only did we optimize the use of the site at the heart of the CTA, we’ve exceeded the owner’s energy efficiency goals with projected energy savings of $7 Million/year.

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Anthony Kirby, Arup



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Uploaded - 09-28-2017
Anthony Kirby, Arup