Canadian utility group Fortis Inc. owns a number of gas and electric utilities across North America. Two of these utilities faced ratemaking challenges that were impacting the level of rates paid by certain customers and the utilities’ future financial health.
Black & Veatch is coordinating with the Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA) Enterprise Information Security and Policy (EISP) group and all of TVA’s business units to support them in the assessment, development and implementation of their unified controls framework program
In Tulsa, Oklahoma, the Tulsa Metropolitan Utility Authority (TMUA) is using advanced analytics and improved collaboration to make more informed investment decisions to the benefit of its customers and overcome these challenges.
Avista launched a complete replacement of its customer information system (CIS) and asset management systems used in the production, transmission and distribution of energy to its electric and natural gas customers.
sPower, the largest private owner of utility-scale solar operating assets in the United States, announced completion of a tax equity investment and construction/term loan that will finance a group of three solar projects in California.
Electric utilities are facing the need for new, innovative operating solutions as they compete in changing marketplaces. They must be able to assess future needs for fuel supply and how they can most efficiently transport and store natural gas.
Black & Veatch assisted Fort Collins by leading an assessment of its business, operating and customer requirements. This assessment provided an integrated smart grid solution roadmap inclusive of AMI and MDMS (meter data management system) technologies.
A Black & Veatch Management Consulting team is helping the city of Brownsville, Texas, with a project to build a new natural gas power plant to meet the city’s future needs for power. The project is a joint venture between the Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) and an independent power producer.