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Black & Veatch to advance green energy production in Vietnam
Black & Veatch will study and advance the production and supply of green hydrogen and green ammonia in Vietnam.
Work to be done for US utilities to modernise fragile grid – Black &...
The majority of utilities in the US are not ready to define or implement grid modernisation and digitalisation programmes - Black & Veatch.
Renewables and grid integration: The greatest challenge to Asia’s energy transition
To achieve decarbonisation and energy transition goals, utilities in Asia need to address the integration of renewables with grid networks
Decarbonising water, ensuring sustainability
Financial drivers and strong consumer demand are driving water utilities’ sustainability goals, more so than regulatory pressure - study.
Data-driven digital twins drawing more attention in quest to bolster asset resilience, performance
European utilities are seeing and beginning to embrace the value of digital twins, reflected in global critical human infrastructure leader Black & Veatch’s creation of one of the first water utility digital twins – for Anglian Water in England – in 2019.
Water industry challenges amplify the need for resilience and a digital approach
Challenges in the water, wastewater and stormwater industry, challenges test the sector, amplifying the need for more robust resilience.
PUC Distribution selects Black & Veatch to design smart grid project Ontario
PUC Distribution selected Black & Veatch for the design of a smart grid project to enhance energy resilience in Ontario, Canada.
eBook identifies threats to utility grid modernisation efforts
Black & Veatch discusses the progress being made by utilities in the US in modernising their grid networks and the challenges they are facing in doing so.
AI company studies distributed green hydrogen for fleet decarbonisation
Artificial Intelligence company Empati has commissioned Black & Veatch to study the feasibility of using distributed production of green hydrogen to fuel vehicle fleets.
Corporates are setting sustainability goals they don’t know how to achieve
A new report explores how corporates are setting their sustainability goals and the measures being adopted to ensure these goals are achieved.
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