Large energy campuses embrace modularity and flexibility to support hybrid and in-person synergies.
Large energy campuses are evolving as companies embrace hybrid working, minimizing use of the private offices, or standardize smaller private offices. By creating standard/modular room sizes that can easily convert to another space, such as office-to-huddle rooms, clients can maximize the use of their space with ultra flexibility as work modes evolve.
Employee experience and well-being rises to the top of the priority list alongside safety.
For the energy industry, safety has always been a priority, but that focus is expanding to holistic employee well-being. These companies are offering a range of new spaces and amenities, from access to mental and physical health programs to better circulation, daylighting, indoor-outdoor spaces, and places to reflect and restore.
Investments in new, carbon-free energy production will lead to new types of storage solutions.
Across the globe, tax credits and incentives will enhance the growth of new, carbon-free energy such as nuclear, wind, solar, hydropower, and green hydrogen. At the same time, energy companies are funding, developing, and acquiring new, carbon-free energy assets to improve their carbon footprint. This heightened investment is spurring innovations in emissions-free energy production and storage.