Airports, hardly immune from the intense pressure on commercial aviation to become more environmentally friendly, are in a bit of a tough spot because most of the carbon dioxide emitted around their facilities comes from aircraft they neither own nor operate. But managers of all kinds of large buildings increasingly are realizing how much more efficiently power can be used if relatively minor adjustments are made, yielding smaller CO2 footprints as well as big cost savings. Airports ...

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