Fueled by our dual expertise in the water and energy areas, our teams can help water clients implement additional renewable energy strategies, including small-scale hydropower and solar approaches. Black & Veatch also offers Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC). An ESPC or performance contract is an agreement for the scope development, design and construction of efficiency improvements. These improvements are created to deliver significant energy and operational cost savings – with performance of the improvements and their savings guaranteed. Projects are funded by reallocating the guaranteed savings to the utility’s budget, with no impact on the utility’s capital budget or rates. The excess savings can be put to work on other needs. In building water and wastewater infrastructure, Black & Veatch is the only energy services company (ESCO) that can perform each step – feasibility study, design-build delivery option, and monitoring and verification of performance. This means clients have a single point of responsibility for the entire project. Featured Projects Frederick Winchester Service Authority Energy Savings Contracting Davyhulme Sludge Balanced Asset Programme Tidal Energy Converter System Demonstrator 0 Related Insights Digital Water There’s huge potential to reap the true benefits of advances in digital water future, no matter what stage of the journey you are on. Black & Veatch uses Memphis sewer project as moment to mentor contractors about avoiding job harm Black & Veatch shared its time-tested safety practices during a free seminar for local supervisors and contractors working on the 10-year Memphis Sanitary Sewer Overflow program. Stormwater Management: Program Planning Critical to Resilient Systems Understanding key industry priorities and investment drivers can help stormwater utility managers balance the diverse and complex financial, regulatory and community needs involved in stormwater management. The Price of Water Water is the incredible common thread that connects our communities via food, power, manufacturing, environment and ultimately our health. Integrating Military Water Supply into Mission-Critical Planning DoD facility managers also are faced with similar challenges to water utilities including limited funding, regulatory pressures and aging infrastructure. Fortunately that means that many bases can take lessons learned from industry leaders and adapt best practices to address budgetary restraints, meet compliance mandates and deliver long-term value. Ready to Learn More? Complete a short form to request more information and a specialist will contact you.