Optimisation expertise key to selection of Black & Veatch's new Director of Renewable Energy
- Jan 8, 2019 10:05 am GMT
- 291 views
In 2018 renewable energy's share of
As renewables' role grows, 'asset optimisation will be as vital as new capacity,' says
'People expect a reliable energy infrastructure. By 2030, for example, between a fifth and a third of the
Black & Veatch's renewable energy team has built its reputation on world-class consultancy and EPC projects in excess of 51 gigawatts (GW), covering all major renewable technologies such as wind, solar, biomass, marine and tidal energy. With long-term experience covering the full project lifecycle, Gibson gives the team added depth in asset creation and optimisation capabilities. Gibson's appointment complements the expertise in emerging technologies like marine energy with substantial experience in mature renewable technologies such as wind and solar.
'Our goal is to help clients ensure their assets outperform financial, service and environmental targets; using data and analytics to foster insight driven enhancements. Robbie's appointment will help us extend this offering further into the renewable energy sector,' commented
Asset management and renewable energy are currently among the fastest growing teams in Black & Veatch's
Globally, Black & Veatch has supported the development of 25 GW of solar energy and 26 GW of wind energy.
Black & Veatch and MWH joint venture MBV Energy Recovery, is completing the commissioning phase of the design/build contract for a 21.5 MW (megawatts) waste-to-energy renewable energy plant at
Tel: +44 1737 856594