Atlanta Airport Plans $100 Million Power Infrastructure Overhaul

By Jesse Sokolow on 17 February 2021
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Statue of a business traveler at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Atlanta Airlines Terminal Company, which operates the Central Passenger Terminal Complex (CPTC) at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, said it will invest $100 million to provide the airport with new back-up generators.

Power Secure, an energy company, will provide the generators, while Georgia Power, an electric utilities company, will operateand maintain the infrastructure at the airport.

The generators will be installed at Hartsfield-Jackson over the next two years, replacing the old one in the process.

“This investment will not only benefit the City of Atlanta for the long term, but will help ensure Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport continues to serve passengers safely and reliably,” said John Selden, general manager of the airport, in a statement.

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