Helping customers reach decarbonization goals

Our business and government customers are setting ambitious targets to decarbonize their transport and energy systems. 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 devastating impacts of climate change.

Whether your goal is to electrify transportation systems; increase your renewables portfolio; improve energy efficiencies; or decarbonize existing infrastructure, we are proud to support you on this critical path to a cleaner planet. 

Harnessing natural power

aerial view of Ivanpah

Proud to help our customers deliver pioneering renewables projects including Ivanpah, the largest solar farm of its time, which continues to reduce carbon emissions by more than 400,000 tons per year; and the 695-megawatt Keeyask Generating System which, when completed, will provide clean, renewable, and reliable energy to 400,000 homes.


Reliable, low-carbon energy

three employees in protective gear in front of cranes

Cleaning up coal country: Hummel is one of several of our long-term customers’ combined-cycle power plants which have over the decades provided millions of additional homes with affordable, low-carbon energy. The most recent Cricket Valley Energy Center will be operated as one of the most efficient power-generation facilities in U.S.

Every day, on every project, Bechtel has brought their A game – partnering with us and continuously striving to build better, faster, and safer. Today, that attitude has brought low-carbon power to one-million more homes in New York state.

— Tom Sprang, Chief Executive Officer of Advanced Power, Cricket Valley’s developer and asset manager

Decarbonizing transport and energy

an employee walks past a solar panel

Fuel for thought: As part of Bechtel's commitment to contribute 100 ideas to support the UN's 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, we highlight how new fuel technologies are improving as global commitments to net zero targets increase.

a light rail stop in Edmonton

Shrinking rail's carbon footprint:  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. 

Investing in the future

electric car charger

We are exploring strategic investments in carbon capture and battery storage technology, as well as seeking investors to help roll out a U.S.-wide electric vehicle infrastructure program.