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Renewable Energy as an Airport Revenue Source (2015)

Chapter: Appendix A - List of Airport Solar Projects in the United States

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - List of Airport Solar Projects in the United States." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2015. Renewable Energy as an Airport Revenue Source. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22139.
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A-1 A P P E N D I X A List of Airport Solar Projects in the United States Alamogordo ALM NM 8 kW Ground-mounted Airport 2008 Albuquerque ABQ NM 146 kW Parking Garage Airport 2009 438 kW Parking Garage Airport 2010 365 kW Parking Garage Airport 2011 Austin AUS TX 84 kW Ground near Cargo Airport 1998 27 kW Carports, Taxi Area Airport 2000 Bagdad E51 AZ 15.5 MW Ground (adjacent to airport) Third Party 2011 Bakersfield BFL CA 900 kW Ground Third Party 2009 Baltimore Wash BWI MD 505 kW Parking Garage Barnstable HYA MA 6 MW Ground Third Party 2014 Boston BOS MA 367 kW Terminal A Roof and Satellite Third Party 2011 200 kW Terminal B Parking Garage Airport 2010 81 kW Economy Parking Garage Airport 2011 150 kW ConRAC Airport 2013 50 kW Green Bus Depot Airport 2014 Burbank BUR CA 225 kW Hangar roof Tenant 2008 Burlington BVT VT 1.45 MW Ground VT National Guard 2013 500 kW Parking Garage Utility 2015 Charlotte CLT NC 306 kW Roof of Administrative Office Third Party 2010 120 kW Airport 2012 Chattanooga CHA TN 1 MW Ground Airport 2010 1.1 MW Ground Airport 2011 Dallas DFW TX 187 kW Roof of Administrative Office Airport 2011 Dane County MSN WI 100 kW Roof Maintenance Bldg Airport 2014

A-2 Renewable Energy as an Airport Revenue Source Glendale GEU AZ 172 kW Ground Utility 2001 Indianapolis IND IN 25 MW Ground Third Party 2013 Hanscom BED MA 45 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2011 Hilo ITO HI 111 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2012 Houston IAH TX 60 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2009 Jefferson County TWD WA 16.7 kW Ground (power NAVAIDs) Airport 2012 Kahului OGG HI 327 kW Cargo Bldg Roof Airport 2012 42 kW T-hangar Roof Airport 2012 Kona KOA HI 61 kW Wastewater Plant Airport 2012 Lanai LNY HI 117 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2012 Lakeland LAL FL 6 MW Ground Third Party 2012 Las Cruces LRU NM 12 MW Ground (City land adjacent to airport) Third Party 2012 Lihue LIH HI 338 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2012 Long Beach LGB CA 6.6 kW Solar Trees Airport 2008 MacArthur / Islip ISP NY 13 kW Terminal Airport 2010 Manchester MHT NH 530 kW Parking Garage Airport 2012 McCall MYL ID 9.075 kW Roof Administrative Bldg Airport 2012 McCollum RYY GA 140 kW Two GA Hangars Tenant 2011 Newark EWR NJ 3.3 MW Three FedEx Bldgs Tenant 2012 972 KW Four Airport Bldgs Third Party 2014 299 kW Hertz - Building Tenant 2014 Northampton 7B2 MA 10 kW Hangar Roof Airport 2011 Oakland OAK CA 756 kW Ground Airfield Third Party 2007 904 kW Roof FedEx Bldg Tenant 2005 Oakland County PTK MI 5 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2011 Outagamie County ATW WI 25 kW GA Terminal Roof Airport 2013 Phoenix PHX AZ 4.9 MW Rental Car Roof Third Party 2012 1.29 MW Economy Parking Roof Third Party 2012 Person County TDF NC 3 MW Ground Adjacent to Airport Third Party 2012 Denver DIA CO 2 MW Ground Third Party 2008 1.6 MW Ground Third Party 2010 4.4 MW Ground Third Party 2011 2 MW Ground Third Party 2014 262 kW Roof - Hertz Tenant 2014 Ft Myers / Page Field FMY FL 200 kW Roof Corporate Hangar Airport 2012 Fresno FAT CA 2.4 MW Ground Third Party 2008 Gainesville GNV FL 292 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2012 Garfield County RIL CO 858 kW Ground Third Party 2011

List of Airport Solar Projects in United States A-3 San Diego SAN CA 630 kW Terminal Roof Third Party 2015 San Francisco SFO CA 500 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2007 20 kW Administrative Bldg Airport 2001 San Jose SJC CA 1.12 MW Rental Car Rooftop Airport 2010 San Rafael CA35 CA 972 kW Hangar Buildings Airport 2012 Shelby County EHO NC 1 MW Ground at entrance Third Party 2010 Smyrna MQY TN 1 MW Ground in office park Third Party 2012 St. Louis STL MO 152 kW Hertz - Roof Tenant 2014 St. Thomas TIST VI 450 kW Ground, Airfield Airport 2011 Tallahassee TLH FL 25 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2012 Taylorville TAZ IL 19 kW Ground Airport 2012 Teterboro TET NJ 697 kW Hangar Rooftops Third Party 2011 Tucson TUS AZ 1 MW Parking Canopies Airport 2013 Waimea-Kohala MUE HI 21 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2012 Walla Walla ALW WA 75 kW Terminal Building Airport 2012 Warren Field OCW NC 5 MW Airfield Third Party 2014 Wyandot - Seneca 16G OH 12 MW Airfield (adjacent to airport) Third Party 2010 Yuma YUM AZ 500 kW Shaded Parking Airport 2010 Prescott – Love PRC AZ 3.6 MW Airfield Third Party 2005 Reagan DCA VA 10 kW Terminal Roof Tenant 2011 Redding RDD CA 693 kW Airfield Airport 2010 Redmond RDM OR 44 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2010 Reno-Tahoe REN NV 135 kW Ground – at ARFF Airport 2012 Rockford RFD IL 3 MW Airfield near RPZ Third Party 2012 Rogue Valley MFR OR 15 kW Parking Lights Airport 2012 25 kW Walkway Canopy Airport 2013 San Antonio SAT TX 300 kW Parking Garage Airport 2010 Santa Barbara SBA CA 159 kW Rental Car Carports Airport 2009 San Bernardino SBD CA 632 kW Terminal Roof Airport 2011

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TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 141: Renewable Energy as an Airport Revenue Source explores challenges airports may anticipate when considering renewable energy as a revenue source. These considerations include the airport’s geography and terrain, infrastructure, real estate, energy costs, public policy, regulatory and compliance requirements, tax credits, sponsor assurances, ownership, impacts to navigation and safety, security, staffing issues, and many others. The guidebook also includes detailed financial information on the cost and performance of projects that have been implemented by airports.

The guidebook also includes an appendix available online that provides sample a request for proposals.

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