AlphaStruxure, a joint venture of The Carlyle Group and Schneider Electric, is delivering a privately financed microgrid for New Terminal One, a 2.4-million-square-foot, 23-gate international terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport. AlphaStruxure will serve as JFK NTO’s partner to finance, design, build and operate the fully resilient, grid-independent microgrid.
The project will be delivered to NTO through an EaaS contract, a long-term agreement ensuring predictable operating costs and guaranteed performance without any upfront capital expenditures.
Acting as owner engineer, Burns’ role on the project includes:
The state-of-the-art microgrid will reduce greenhouse gas emissions compared to grid-sourced energy through a combination of sustainable energy resources:
The terminal and microgrid will be constructed in phases. Initial operation is anticipated in 2026.
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