Technology Record - Issue 28: Spring 2023

24 MARKETWATCH Energy-as-a-service provider AlphaStruxure – a joint venture between Carlyle and Schneider Electric – will finance, design, build and operate an integrated microgrid at John F. Kennedy International Airport’s New Terminal One (NTO) to provide sustainable, locally generated and cost-predictable energy. The 11.34-megawatt microgrid will reduce the terminal’s greenhouse gas emissions by 38 per cent and minimise pollutants, leading to cleaner air in surrounding communities. The microgrid will also enable the terminal to maintain airport operations during power disruptions. “Microgrids solve two of the most serious challenges – resilience and decarbonisation – with a single solution,” said Annette Clayton, CEO of Schneider Electric North America. “The NTO at JFK shows that Schneider Electric’s microgrid technology is ready to transform our nation’s most critical infrastructure.” Read more at: AlphaStruxure microgrid to provide sustainable energy for JFK’s New Terminal One Cybersecurity firm VIPRE Security Group is helping organisations to protect themselves against a growing number of cyberattacks by acknowledging that technology and people are equally important components in any security strategy. VIPRE’s SafeSend solution – a Microsoft Outlook add-in dedicated to preventing the misdelivery of emails – works alongside its cybersecurity awareness training programmes to help customers turn their employees into the first line of defence against cyberattacks and cybercriminals. VIPRE Security Group helps businesses improve cybersecurity with people-centric strategies DID YOU KNOW? It’s been 10 years since Microsoft launched