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Decarbonizing the Energy Industry

We’re working to decarbonize the world’s largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions.

Lead Contacts

We’re helping decarbonize the power sector and heavy industry in every way: Supporting the safe deployment of carbon capture and storage technologies. Improving the safety of energy storage facilities. Developing novel foundation and mooring concepts for offshore wind farms. Contributing to the development of next-generation modular reactors. And electrifying transportation systems.

Our decarbonization solutions can benefit you in a wide variety of areas:

  • Risk management. We evaluate and mitigate the risks associated with development and operation of onshore and offshore energy facilities, including wind farms, subsea CO2 transportation infrastructure and injection facilities, hydrogen storage, utility-scale energy-storage systems and advanced nuclear reactors.
  • Clean energy. We provide engineering support for clean-energy sources like wind, solar, hydrogen, geothermal and nuclear power.
  • Energy storage systems. We’re advancing technologies for better, more efficient energy storage, reducing the risk of thermal runaway and developing fire protection.
  • Technology. We develop unique technologies and solutions to enable a transition to clean energy.

News & Resources

COP28 and Carbon Capture
December 21, 2023
Carbon capture reduces CO2 emissions as the global economy shifts to more sustainable manufacturing and energy production methods.

Climate Action: Nuclear Energy
December 06, 2023
As demand for electricity continues to skyrocket globally, advanced nuclear technologies are emerging as more viable energy solutions.

Energy Supply and Carbon Capture
November 08, 2023
While fossil fuels continue to account for more than half of U.S. power production, CCUS can serve as a bridge technology helping us move toward decarbonization.

Assystem Wins Two Contracts For New STEP Fusion Plant
November 04, 2021
Assystem and their partners, Thornton Tomasetti, will work with STEP’s research team to develop software capable of undertaking simulations to help define breeder blanket designs that can produce enough tritium to advance the project to the next phase of simulation and testing, moving us closer to achieving commercially viable fusion energy.