At the Clean Buses Canada conference, Juan Macias, CEO of AlphaStruxure, discusses how transit agencies can make the zero-emission transition with little disruption to ridership, operations and service.
Juan Macias leads AlphaStruxure, a Carlyle Group and Schneider Electric Company that designs, builds, finances, owns, operates, and maintains energy systems that meet customer’s comprehensive goals with no upfront capital cost — empowering organizations to control their energy future and achieve energy cost predictability, reliability, resilience, and sustainability. Today’s energy infrastructure investments require a different way of thinking and innovating. AlphaStruxure was created to set the standard for what the energy transition requires.
As a veteran with 30 years’ experience in the electrical transmission and distribution industry, Juan pairs his expertise of energy markets and technology, along with his passion for leadership, to dynamically grow AlphaStruxure.
Juan joined Schneider Electric in 2015 as the Country President of Canada. Before this, he spent ten years at General Electric leading several of their Industrial Systems and Digital Energy business units in both the USA and Canada. Preceding GE, he spent 15 years at ABB Power T&D in various sales and business leadership roles.
Juan holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from New Mexico State University and an MBA from Rollins College.
No two energy transformation journeys are the same. Achieving unique business goals means creating and implementing a tailored action plan specific to your industry and individual targets.
Helping energy-intensive facilities and supply chains to decarbonize rapidly and expand capacity, without waiting for the grid to catch up
Accelerating decarbonization and the electrified transportation transition for medium to heavy-duty fleets and other transit services
Achieving meaningful climate goals across mining, cement, metals, and glass, among others
Stabilizing long-term energy costs while achieving resilient, zero-carbon energy across pharma, biotech, medical devices, and hospitals
Generating fewer greenhouse gas emissions in the face of a growing global food demand in the snacks, dairy, meat, and beverage industries, and beyond
Creating positive and sustainable visitor experiences by reducing greenhouse gas emissions across energy-intensive entertainment facilities