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March 06, 2023

Houston, TX

PCB Future Projects 2023

Currently, the global mega trends of decarbonization and electrification present both risk and opportunity. Over the next three decades, the world’s energy system will become substantially cleaner, more affordable, resilient and reliable. This coupled with the unprecedented expansion of the global middle class and resulting urbanization is increasing the demand for infrastructure and for power. Changes can be seen in the cargo transported and installed.

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