United Airlines announced a commercial agreement with Boom Supersonic to add aircraft to its global fleet as well as a cooperative sustainability initiative – a move that facilitates a leap forward in returning supersonic speeds to aviation.
Zero-carbon technologies, including carbon capture, energy storage, hydrogen, solar and wind, will allow the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) to achieve its goals of zero-carbon emissions in its electricity supply by 2030, finds a recent analysis by decarbonization solutions leader Black & Veatch.
How can the light and heat of the sun be used to cool the air? This isn’t a trick question. It’s what FedEx Ground® is doing at its sorting facility in sunny Davenport, Florida, with the help of an innovative technology.
Given the fast-changing energy landscape, global energy leaders face a number of critical concerns; and in Hong Kong, climate change, people’s behavioural changes and the hydrogen revolution are high on the list.
Black & Veatch has further expanded its contribution to global decarbonization, and the export of U.S. renewable energy expertise, through the appointment of Sean Tilley to the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Advisory Committee (REEEAC).
Companies of all sizes across business sectors are elevating sustainability as a core tenet of their practices, yet a new Black & Veatch report discovers that many companies continue to establish targets without a clear understanding of how to achieve them.
Our new solar projects with BayWa r.e. Solar Projects LLC / Americas and National Grid Renewables are key in pursuit of our 2030 goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and advance environmental action.