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DFW Airport Gets $35M DOT Grant for Central Utilities Plant, Terminal D Energy Enhancements

By District Energy posted 5 days ago


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Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is receiving $35 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation to help fund the second phase of its electric Central Utilities Plant and energy enhancements at Terminal D.

The funding comes via the Airport Terminal Program of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The two initiatives are part of DFW Airport’s commitment to achieving Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2030.

DFW Airport is the world’s largest and North America’s first carbon-neutral airport. Environmental sustainability is an integral part of how the airport operates and functions, and it is committed to taking steps to mitigate its impact on the environment.

The airport said it has committed to being carbon net zero by 2030—some 20 years ahead of the industry goal of 2050.

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