ACA Alternative Energy Team

The ACA Alternative Energy Team When clients choose ACA for help with alternative aviation fuel, they work with knowledgeable, senior professionals that understand airline economics and how those economics affect the development of alternative aviation fuel. Moreover, our consulting team has been chosen to provide clients access to the breadth of skills and experiences needed to execute important consulting engagements. This ensures that clients receive insights that meet today's problems with solutions that take into consideration the future's needs.

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Frank L. Rosenberg
Frank L. Rosenberg
Managing Director
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New York, NY 10017
Mr. Rosenberg brings his experience from a career as an executive in both airport services and the airline business to his consulting practice at ACA Associates, applying his expertise to a broad range of air transportation sectors, including airport and airline operations and financial issues.

He is a Managing Director of ACA Associates, Inc. where he has built a substantial practice providing advice on fuel and fuel logistics, airport operations, airport privatization, ramp and passenger handling, airport security, security training, and passenger and cargo screening and on business development for firms doing business with commercial airports and airlines. His diverse clients include: Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Bechtel, SRA, ITT, US Trade and Development Agency, Los Angeles World Airports and the Italian Ministry of Transportation.

Mr. Rosenberg has been active in the firms Sustainability and alternative aviation fuel activities. He is an expert in the area of fuel handling and logistics. He led ACA's effort when it teamed with Metron Aviation to produce the FAA's Advanced Jet Fuel Quality and Performance Control R&D Study which develops a catalogue of jet fuel characteristics recorded in the field to help track changes in properties as synthetic fuel is deployed and recommends changes in fuel handling as alternative fuel is deployed. He was also panel member of the TRB/ACRP study that estimated the numbers of airport ground equipment using different fuel types (e.g., diesel, natural gas, or electric) in use at the airports throughout the U.S. for the purpose of determining the potential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions created by aviation. He is a member of the ACI-NA Environmental Affairs Committee.

Before becoming a consultant, Mr. Rosenberg was Executive Vice President of Ogden Allied Services Corporation, a $1 billion service company with a primary client base in the aviation industry. Ogden's 10,000 aviation employees provided ground, cargo, fueling, and catering services to airlines in over 70 airports around the world. Before his move to Ogden, he served as British Airways' Chief Financial Officer for North America, responsible for the division's accounting, finance, and purchasing functions.

Mr. Rosenberg is a Trustee of the Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology, where he serves as the Chair of the Executive Committee. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and a graduate of City College of New York.
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