Consumer demand and government policies are driving an ever-increasing influx of electric vehicles. In addition, city and state government ordinances can require on-site electric vehicle charging stations at businesses and in parking facilities.
As organizations begin decarbonizing their fleets, proper planning is critical. The transition requires specialized design, engineering, infrastructure and management that integrates power delivery and telecommunications into a seamless, efficient system.
We are passionate about realizing the potential of DER for utilities, commercial, industrial, and institutional clients.
“I like the construction industry, because we ‘build’ – whether it is a building, bridge, power station, telecom tower, refinery or treatment plant.
Black & Veatch has over 50 years of collective experience testing and commissioning systems and equipment in high reliability, high performance, and in some cases “live” environments. We have now expanded into the transmission market with self perform service capabilities.
Heavy industries are coming to terms with their contributions to the ongoing climate crisis. Regulatory and public pressures are pushing those who work in the mining, chemical, steel and manufacturing sectors to lower their carbon emissions.
Guided by their smart city plan, City of West Hollywood (WeHo), California, began to implement projects that would help them become a City of the Future.
Cyber-attacks and cybersecurity breachs are on the rise, incentivized by ransom potential and risk versus reward gambles. Whatever the driver, organizations across the world are increasingly being victimized by hackers.
A recent survey showed that 65% of freeway authorities, 54% of arterial authorities, and 49% of transit authorities are actively planning or deploying ITS technologies, most centered on signal-based applications, such as Emergency Vehicle Pre-emption or Intelligent Traffic Signa
As the power industry continues to go green, the successful implementation of hydrogen power at scale presents the next great challenge.