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by Narasimhan Santhanam

Black & Veatch’s Plans for E-Mobility – EV Next

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Introduction

Black & Veatch offers a complete EV charging ecosystem solutions from grid management to installation and operational services for the chargers. They work with Tesla to set up the famous Superchargers across the US.

Company Profile 

Founded in 1907, it is a global engineering, procurement, construction(EPC) and consulting company. Black & Veatch is the 10th largest majority Employee-Owned company in the United States. With revenues of $3 billion, the company is ranked by Forbes as one of the largest privately owned companies in the United States. Engineering News-Record, which compiles and publishes rankings of the largest construction and engineering firms annually, measured by gross revenues, ranked Black & Veatch 1st in telecommunications, 2nd in power, 5th in water, 8th in waste water, 13th in international markets, and 15th in the overall top 500 design category, in the United States in 2016.

Black & Veatch has more than 100 offices worldwide and has executed projects in more than 100 countries on six continents.

Black and Veatch has been operating in India from 1915 on energy, water, industrial processes.

Product Profile

The company designs and develops technology for electric vehicle charging infrastructure in various countries. Their partnerships include design and standards services to Volta of US and ChargeIN of Germany. 

They offer

  • High-powered charging station networks for light- and heavy-duty electric vehicles
  • Public transit and commercial bus charging infrastructure for Commercial and government electric fleets 
  • Utility charging programs and vehicle-to-grid integration
  • Autonomous and urban fleet infrastructure planning and deployment
  • Battery storage integration
  • Canopy and solar solutions

Global Work

The company also deployed more than 540 superchargers for Tesla in the US and Canada.

Black & Veatch’s high-power electric vehicle charging infrastructure expertise powers 14 new electric buses in California. 

The company has been working with public charging station operator Volta  for designing and deployment of charging stations since 2014.

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