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grid modernisation

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.
2021 predictions

Top 3 megatrends to shape utility investments in 2021

A new Black & Veatch report examines three megatrends that are setting the stage for utility transformation over the next decade.
Electric power

Five key threats to grid reliability in Asia’s electric industry

Black & Veatch has released a new report highligthing the five key threats to grid reliability in Asia’s electric industry.
climate change

Drought, flood and fire: planning for a changing climate

Water utilities reassessing assumptions about system resilience due to the effects of extreme weather associated with climate change.
power industry

Issues and trends impacting today’s power industry

Black & Veatch examines key issues and trends impacting today's power industry.
power sector

Top 3 trends disrupting Asia’s power sector

Asia's power sector has reassessed its energy transition strategies by accelerating utility digital transformation, according to Black & Veatch.
digital ebook

Black & Veatch publishes new eBook on the shift to ‘one digital world’

Engineering and consulting firm Black & Veatch has published a new ebook that explores the shift to digital technologies by multiple sectors.

US utilities to intensify digital water programmes – here’s why

Black & Veatch has released the results of a new report exploring the adoption of digital technologies by US water utilities.