SAVE S.p.A. - Alperia Green Future S.r.l.
Viale Galileo Galilei, 30, 30173 Venice, Italy



Energy masterplan for 2027 development of Marco Polo Airport in Venice.

Activities performed

Basic design: Analysis of current airport consumption and capacities, along with an estimate of their development at 2037. Researching a set of solutions and technologies capable of gradually meeting zero-emission requirements, in order to achieve complete decarbonisation by 2030.

Period of performance

2022 – Ongoing

Project description

SOP: define a strategy (called “Scopo 1”) to reduce Venice Airport’s direct carbon emissions by 2030. The first phase of the project involved studying the energy consumption and facility capacities of the airport complex for the definition of the baselines, and the subsequent development of the forecast models to 2037 determined by the infrastructural development of the site with which to identify future requirements. The second phase analized the environement, the territory and the most efficient technologies in order to replace the current combustion systems with modern zero-emission solutions, with a redefinition of the overall budget. The planned technologies are: agrivoltaics and photovoltaics, green hydrogen, geothermal energy, and other forms of heat pump-based recovery (e.g. from wastewater).


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