As the world’s energy consumption continues to increase, we must find new ways to generate, distribute, and use energy to achieve the profound transformation required to mitigate and reverse the forces of climate change. Hatch’s global managing director of Energy, Robert Francki shares how Hatch is responding.
Aging infrastructure. Increased distributed and renewable generation. Changing customer behaviors. The need for more resilient operations, especially as we seek to overcome extreme climate events or even a global pandemic. These are all challenges that must be overcome, and quickly. Our solution: implementing the right technologies at the right scale to meet your needs, while generating long-term value.
Digital transformation and business improvement
TraPac Terminal Automation Support
Al Taweelah Alumina power and steam integration
United Arab Emirates
Mesquite Solar 1
United States of America
Thunder Bay solar projects
Hydro 2019 - International conference and exhibition - Porto, Portugal - 14-16 October 2019
2019 Canadian Dam Association (CDA) conference in Calgary, Alberta, from October 6-10, 2019.
A proposed method for evaluating the frequency response of 22 kV outdoor current transformers for harmonic measurements in renewable energy plant applications
2019 IEEE 10th International Workshop on Applied Measurements for Power Systems (AMPS) - 25-27 Sept. 2019 - Aachen, Germany
All Technical Papers
Hatch celebrates 65th anniversary with release of new campaign, "Positive change: leadership for a better world"
Thursday, March 4, 2021