Black & Veatch and FirstElement Fuel Inc. are working to rapidly bring hydrogen fueling stations to consumers in California who want a zero emission option for their cars. FirstElement Fuel selected Black & Veatch to engineer, permit and construct 19 hydrogen refueling stations across California.
To help clients realize greater levels of sustainability and to ensure reliable operations, Black & Veatch constructed a microgrid to power the company’s Innovation Pavilion at its World Headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas.
Tesla Motors manufactures the Tesla Model S, the all-electric car that won the Motor Trend 2013 Car of the Year award. While developing the car, Tesla launched a program to aggressively deploy high-power, fast-charging stations — “Superchargers” — along major travel corridors throughout the United States.
Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) had to know the condition of its underground network assets. The company needed to provide “visibility” for dispatchers, loadings for engineers and remote operability for the whole organization.
A pioneer in hydrogen fuel cell deployment at wireless cell sites, Sprint has expanded backup power to last as long as 72 hours, further ensuring added telecommunications network reliability and enhanced emergency preparedness.
Retaining current wireless customers and attracting new ones requires providing broad, effective coverage. A global wireless carrier, which serves more than 3 million telecom customers in 14 of the top 25 metropolitan areas in the United States, faced many challenges.
Black & Veatch is implementing a program to enhance network coverage in eight regions stretching from New York to California for a global communications company. The client provides voice and data communications services for businesses, individuals and government.