(Portland, OR) -- Portland International Airport is getting millions of dollars in federal funding to help reduce emissions. A total of 18-million dollars from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will go to the airport. The money will be used to install a new heat pump and replace the chillers and boilers from the current system that was installed 50 years ago. The new heat pump will reduce emissions by 83-percent. The Port of Portland's ultimate goal is to have the airport produce zero carbon emissions by 2050.