Aena has a commitment to society to protect the environment and contribute to sustainability. Its aim is to reduce energy consumption in its facilities, permanently improve the management of facilities and operations and airport maintenance, use it efficiently by reducing greenhouse gas emission levels and encouraging a culture of sustainability, within the current legislation of each region.
To meet these goals, Aena performs every 4 years, energy audits in 20 of its airport facilities with the highest consumption, which account for more than 85% of Aena's total consumption. In addition, Aena carries out energy certifications every 10 years in all its terminal buildings.
As part of its strategy, Aena is drawing up specific recommendations and procedures for each area of activity, with energy conservation methods, practical energy improvements, and through these, lower costs.
The airports in the Aena network are also developing facilities with automatic systems with high energy efficiency and lower costs, which also include monitoring the variables associated with energy behaviour.
Aena's central services are promoting all these initiatives and projects, channelling them through its own investments to optimise its airport facilities.