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The Potential of Green Hydrogen and Energy Storage

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As calls for sustainability create need for clean, decarbonized energy solutions, green hydrogen adoption is on the rise. With applications as a clean fuel, energy source and more, green hydrogen’s potential to support decarbonization efforts reaches far and wide.

Using Black & Veatch Expertise, Water and Wastewater Projects in Atlanta, South Carolina Grab Top Honors From Construction Group

Underground Construction Association ‘project of the year’ recognitions showcase Black & Veatch’s leading role in critical human infrastructure, sustainability solutions
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., June 21, 2022 /3BL Media/ – Black & Veatch, a leading global provider of critical human infrastructure solutions, announces that two water-related projects in which it played key roles have been awarded “project of the year” honors from the Underground Construction Association (UCA).

Black & Veatch To Support Development of Mercury Renewables’ First-of-a-Kind Green Hydrogen Plant

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Ireland, June 20, 2022 /3BL Media/ - A first-of-a-kind green hydrogen generation plant - on the border of Counties Mayo and Sligo, Ireland - has been announced by Mercury Renewables. To advance the project Mercury is drawing upon the hydrogen and renewable energy expertise of global engineering, consulting and construction leader Black & Veatch.

Water Reuse To Achieve Resiliency

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As the economy-wide shift toward sustainability continues with rapid speed, water utilities increasingly are focusing efforts on reinforcing resiliency of water supply. In this effort, water reuse is becoming their tool of choice.

Fleet Electrification: New Black & Veatch eBook Outlines Transition to Sustainable Electric Vehicle Fleets

Free download offers 10 steps organizations can take to build optimal charging facilities
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., June 14, 2022 /3BL Media/ - With transportation emitting the most greenhouse gases of any economic sector in the United States, businesses, utilities and governments are retooling their delivery and transportation practices as they work toward their sustainability goals.

Ampaire, Black & Veatch To Collaborate on Expanding Electrified Aviation Infrastructure

Memorandum of understanding to take air mobility infrastructure, renewable aviation fuels to new heights
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., June 13, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Pioneering electric aircraft developer Ampaire and Black & Veatch – a global leader in sustainable infrastructure, renewable energy and transportation electrification – will collaborate on developing airport electrification that supports tomorrow’s electric aviation needs.

Natural Gas and Renewables Will Work Together To Achieve Energy Independence

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The Russian invasion of Ukraine, along with ensuing decisions to ban or reduce demand for Russian oil and gas exports, have caused significant shifts in the global oil and gas market and reminded citizens and governments worldwide of the need for stability of domestic oil and gas costs.

Black & Veatch Water Report: Data, Resiliency Drive Industry Amid Challenges of Aging Infrastructure, Climate Adaptation and Talent Acquisition

A decade since first annual analysis, evolving U.S. water sector eyes promise of new federal funding
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., June 7, 2022 /3BL Media/ – When Black & Veatch launched its first annual analysis of the U.S.

Black & Veatch Appoints Leon Downing As Global Practice & Technology Leader for Nutrient Removal and Recovery

Expert to help guide clients to the most innovative nutrient removal solutions in wastewater treatment
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., May 25, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Black & Veatch announced today that Dr. Leon Downing, a water industry expert with a track record of deploying cutting-edge nutrient removal technologies, has been named global practice and technology leader for nutrient removal in the company’s water business.

Comprehensive Pipeline Security

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Though the embrace of digitalization and data analytics have made companies significantly more efficient and informed, it has also made them more vulnerable to cyberattacks. With several high-profile utilities and pipeline operators — including the Colonial Pipeline — fighting off cyberattacks in recent years, much of the attention around pipeline security has shifted toward cybersecurity.

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