Cut sheet on Plant Life Assessment Services and how Black & Veatch can help.
Electric cooperatives (electric co-ops) have historically been recognized as community-focused, working to improve the sustainability and wellbeing of their local and surrounding communities.
As the adoption of electrified vehicles races on, Quincy Lee and Elliot Owen – entrepreneurs behind the startup enterprise Electric Era – figure they’re building a better mousetrap when it comes to answering the challenges of charging.
More efficient and sustainable operations have long been goals for utilities, but this has only become more challenging in the era of climate change.
Leveraging smart infrastructure to enable data-driven utility operations has long been a work in progress, and advancement has been uneven.
Reliable service always has been core to every utility’s mandate, but achieving this is becoming more complex in the face of aging infrastructure and increasingly frequent and intense extreme weather events.
Asia’s energy transition is extensive and rapid. Google’s commitment to use excess renewable energy from rooftop solar panels of 500 public housing blocks to power its Singapore operations is a clear indication of the shift to sustainable development.
Renewable energy is critical to Asia’s future, but delivering on its promise will require a coordinated effort between the energy sector, regulators and other critical stakeholders.