From zero-emission operations nuclear power and near-zero emission carbon capture clean coal technology to energy-from-waste, biomass and cutting-edge solar thermal, B&W offers a diverse portfolio of clean and efficient energy technologies to meet the power demands of today and tomorrow.
Building better solutions with a professional management team and skilled craftsmen, Babcock & Wilcox Construction Co., Inc., a subsidiary of B&W, offers a full range of field construction, construction management and maintenance services. Our commitment to quality results in a superior product and minimizes costly delays.
Generating power in an efficient, more eco-responsible manner is a top priority for B&W. With an ongoing multi-million dollar focus on research and development, we are applying our talents and resources to addressing this global challenge.
The challenge to generate power more efficiently from fossil fuels, while reducing the environmental impact, requires significant technological advancements. With a solid foundation, B&W is leading the way to solving this global challenge.
B&W provides a wide range of government services including management of high-consequence nuclear and national security operations, laboratory facilities used extensively for Department of Energy and National Nuclear Security Administration programs, and critical components for the U.S. Navy, among others
Babcock & Wilcox Modular Nuclear Energy, LLC is responding to market demands for clean, efficient energy with its B&W mPowerTM reactor design - a scalable, modular, passively safe Advanced Light Water Reactor (ALWR) system in which the core and helical steam generators are contained within a single vessel.
With a vision for the future, nuclear suppliers, utilities, and government agencies are working to make the nuclear renaissance a reality. B&W is helping on every front to elevate the energy renaissance to the next level.
The kraft recovery process was introduced to North America in the early 1900s. Since then B&W has been actively involved in recovery boiler design evolution, featuring a long tradition of firsts for the industry. Today, B&W is a world leader in recovery and power boiler design and services.
Most industries require steam for a variety of uses. Basic plant heating and air conditioning, prime movers, drying operations, temperature reaction processes, soaking pits, water heating, cooking and cleaning are all examples. Industrial boilers can also be used to generate electricity in a cogeneration arrangement.