Yorkshire Water’s £72 million Knostrop Energy & Recycling Facility turns sewage into energy, generating sufficient electricity to power 7,600 homes. The project, according to local member of parliament Hilary Benn, “is helping to create a lower carbon future in the Lower Aire Valley.”
Our client set goals to improve the reliability and resiliency of power supplied to their financial centers throughout the United States. This goal not only improves their business continuity, but also lowers the carbon footprint of these centers by utilizing telecom infrastructure, distributed EV charging, battery energy storage, solar PV, and other distributed energy assets to reduce their reliance on traditional power supplies.
Utilities are hardening their distribution systems to become more reliable. To do this, many are moving their aboveground systems to underground vaults to protect transformers and other components from damaging weather. Other utilities, such as American Electric Power (AEP) and Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), are modernizing their existing underground systems to make field data visible and actionable.