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FMG has lowered carbon emissions from around 162,000 tonnes in the reference year 2005 to around 150,000 tonnes to date. Had the some 249 individual measures not been taken, CO2
emissions at Munich Airport would have been around 36,000 tonnes a year more than they actually are. Added to that is the more than 400 tonnes of savings generated by the commissioning of the first large-scale photovoltaic system by the Munich Airport Group on the roof of the P51 parking structure. In 2018, Flughafen München GmbH invested around 2.1 million euros to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 3,667 tonnes in the long term. The improved energy efficiency is particularly evident in this comparison: While passenger figures at the airport have increased by around 62 percent since 2005 and the building areas have grown by around 16 percent, the CO2
emissions of buildings, systems, and vehicles fell by some seven percent. CO2
emissions per air passenger in the same period thus fell by 43 percent. These successes make it clear that even the most ambitious of climate goals can be achieved by continuously improving efficiency in existing stock, through sustainable building construction and through the increased use of renewable energy.
This outcome was achieved almost completely through own efficiency measures in energy consumption and production. In contrast, external effects – such as falling specific emissions in electricity energy purchases – had only a minimum influence. These successes make it clear that even the new ambitious climate-related goals are achievable.
|Energy intensity coefficient1)
| 1)Power consumption is responsible for more than two thirds of the total CO2 emissions produced by energy-induced processes at the airport (excluding emissions generated by airlines). Furthermore, it is only very slightly linked to weather conditions. For this reason, the power consumption per passenger is the most useful indicator for energy consumption at Munich Airport. The power consumption is made up of total power consumption of all buildings and installations on the airport campus, including hosted electricity. It includes power consumption by FMG and its subsidiaries, consumption by external companies, and all losses at the low-voltage level.
Related link to the climate protection strategy and individual measures: Climate protection strategy