C02llaborate 2 Decarbonize
We are ready for a clear path. Join us on this path to a world of cleaner energy, one that makes pure economic and environmental sense. Today — Babcock & Wilcox offers proven decarbonization technologies (along with decades of proven pre- and post-combustion carbon capture technologies). Tomorrow — we lead the way toward a net-zero future. It’s an ambitious crusade, but we've pledged to do our part.
B&W is committed to environmental sustainability, designing, engineering and deploying technologies proven to help preserve our earth’s natural resources. These include carbon capture, cooling systems, ash handling and state-of-the-art emissions control solutions for reducing particulate, mercury, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxides, acid gas and other GHGs.
Capturing the science behind carbon capture.
Every day, our goal is clear: reduce carbon. And it all happens through B&W Research innovation.
Clean Power Production Infrastructure
More than 100 countries around the globe are committed to a carbon net-zero goal by mid-century. The world wants and needs to take action now to reduce the impact of greenhouse gas emissions on our atmosphere. With more than 90 active patents for carbon capture, B&W has been a leader in the research and development of decarbonization technologies for more than four decades. Building upon successful conceptual research and demonstration work, B&W is positioned to CO2llaborate 2 Decarbonize.
Environmental Products, Services & Technologies
Our suite of emissions control and environmental technology solutions are engineered and proven to help preserve our earth’s natural resources. These include cooling systems, ash and material handling, chemical looping for carbon control, wastewater treatment, and state-of-the-art equipment for reducing particulate, mercury, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxides, acid gas and other emissions.
More solutions for less pollution.
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Feb 12, 2024
Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. announced today that its subsidiary, Babcock & Wilcox Canada Corp. (B&W Canada), has been awarded a contract for more than $13 million to supply equipment and design and engineering services to help a petroleum refinery in North America comply with environmental regulations.
Feb 6, 2024
B&W’s patented BrightLoop™ chemical looping technology has been selected to convert coal into hydrogen for a first-of-its-kind reactor plant in Wyoming.
Jan 24, 2024
B&W and Black Hills Energy announced today that the companies have received a $16 million grant from the Wyoming Energy Authority to fund the permitting, engineering and development activities for a clean hydrogen generation facility with carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and sequestration at Black Hills Energy’s Neil Simpson Power Plant in Gillette, Wyo.
Sep 26, 2023
Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. announced today that its B&W Environmental business segment has been awarded environmental equipment contracts totaling more than $11 million to supply two replacement wet electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) at two U.S. industrial facilities and rebuild a wet ESP for a third facility.
Aug 30, 2023
Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. announced today that its B&W Environmental business segment has been awarded a contract for approximately $9 million to design and supply an air-cooled condenser system for a waste-to-energy facility in the U.K.
Aug 7, 2023
Babcock & Wilcox announced today that it has reached an agreement on a term sheet for General Hydrogen Corp., a CGI Gases subsidiary, to purchase net-negative carbon intensity hydrogen from a biomass-fueled facility utilizing BrightLoop technology being developed by B&W in Louisiana.
Jul 26, 2023
Ushering in a clean energy future that not only benefits the environment but also safeguards nations’ energy reliability and security requires effective technology. It also requires funding.
Jul 26, 2023
B&W announced today that it has been awarded a contract by NorthStar Clean Energy to conduct a Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) engineering study to convert a coal-fired power plant in Michigan to use biomass fuel and retrofit the plant with B&W’s SolveBright™ carbon dioxide (CO2) capture process.