Fleet Management and the Monetization of Fuel Choice
Darcy Zarubiak, P.E. REM
Darcy Zarubiak is one of the nation's most prominent airport environmental consultants. He brings over 20 years of experience in airport planning, air
quality, airport environmental management and operational oversight of environmental sustainability at airports. Mr. Zarubiak has led global environmental
practices, where he worked with teams to develop new solutions and approaches, such as applying FAA's new Aviation Environmental Design Tool for environmental
analysis. Currently, Mr. Zarubiak is managing the Policy Engineering Analysis and Research Support contract for the Federal Aviation Administration. This
major contract supports FAA's Office of Airports, Office of Environment and Energy, and Air Traffic Organization. He also led the Air Quality Source Apportionment
Study Demonstration Project at Los Angeles International Airport and performed major environmental work at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
In addition, he has helped prepare more than 65% of the successful airport VALE applications since 2008. He is an active speaker focusing on technical
topics such as fleet management and renewable/alternative energy. Mr. Zarubiak has a B. Eng in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan
and an M.S.E. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University.
Track: B Energy Policy & Programs | Session: Operational Energy Efficiency
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