Helping customers reach decarbonization goals
We all have to play our part in the global effort to bring greenhouse gas emissions to net zero, to help stabilize the planet’s temperature and mitigate the impacts of climate change.
Whether your goal is to electrify transportation systems; expand your renewables portfolio; transition from coal to gas; improve energy efficiencies; decarbonize existing infrastructure;
deploy zero-emission nuclear energy as part your energy mix; switch to zero-emission hydrogen fuel; or generate energy storage solutions, we are proud to support you on this critical path to a cleaner planet.
Bechtel is committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2050. To ensure we and the industry achieve sustainable results in reaching this goal, we will continue aligning with our customers, and working with our partners and suppliers.
Harnessing natural power
Decarbonizing transport and energy
Edmonton has committed to reducing its carbon footprint by 111,000 tons per year by purchasing renewable energy, which will provide electricity from cleaner sources to power the trains.
Bechtel and Drax partner to identify opportunities to construct new bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) power plants around the world.
Bechtel and World Energy, a net-zero carbon solutions provider for transport are partnering to further reduce carbon emissions in transport. "For more than 20 years, we've pushed the boundaries of what is possible in carbon reduction, said Gene Gebolys, CEO, World Energy. "Getting to net zero is a team endeavor. Our part is to drive down emissions in existing fleet operations."
Delivering zero-emission energy
Nuclear power is important energy source to help reduce carbon emmissions while meeting the rising demand for electricity. Plant Vogtle will provide safe, reliable, and affordable electricity for 500,000 homes in Goergia.
Providing energy transistion infrastructure
Bechtel is helping Nacero create the the first gasoline manufacturing plant in the world to incorporate carbon capture, sequestration, and 100% renewable power.
Reducing emissions in data centers
Delivering revolutionary greentech
We have developed an emerging novel cooling technology called Crescendo that can help customers reduce greenhouse gas emissions by increasing energy efficiency. Applicable in a variety of sectors such as aerospace, automotive, data centers, commercial buildings, process facilities and healthcare, Crescendo has the potential to revolutionize cooling technology.