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Industrial & Institutional

Black & Veatch Industrial and Institutional Services provide clients with global experience and local resources to create innovative solutions for their energy, water, industrial process, operations & maintenance, and sustainability needs. As a leading global engineering, consulting and construction provider, we work closely with clients to deliver solutions regardless of project size or location.

Our services and solutions include:

  • Energy Sustainability: CHP, boilers, engines, fuel cells, renewables and microgrids
  • Water Sustainability: Industrial water treatment and use management
  • Industry 4.0 (IIOT): Adaptive planning and asset management services using ASSET360®, our cloud-based analytics platform that improves day-to-day decision-making
  • Business Case, Financing and Turnkey Solutions: Trusted name recognition with financiers, construction contractors and original equipment manufacturers
  • Facilities Engineering and Retrofits: Well-equipped to design, construct and commission new projects while maintaining critical operations

Featured Projects

Key Factors and Issues for Utility CHP Development

Traditionally, combined heat and power (CHP) plants have been owned and operated by industrial and institutional owners who have enjoyed the efficiency benefits of onsite CHP. With lessons learned from the power supply issues created by Hurricane Sandy, industrial and institutional owners are more focused on distributed generation, including CHPs, as means of obtaining a reliable, resilient and efficient source of energy.

Evaluating CHP Projects: Benefits and Challenges

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the 2016 U.S. electricity markets included 81 gigawatts of installed combined heat and power (CHP) capacity in approximately 4,300 industrial and commercial facilities. While most media coverage is on solar photovoltaics, electric vehicles, microgrids and net metering debates, the role of CHP may in fact represent one of the most significant long-term trends that will affect electric distribution.

Shell Microgrid Doubles as Research Lab for Testing New Energy Solutions

Black & Veatch designed, procured and constructed a microgrid for Shell, which is using it to generate power while it also serves as a working test lab to explore advancements in renewable energy.

Industrial & Institutional Client Services Brochure

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