Tetra Tech Gets $439M Ukraine Energy Deal

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has granted Tetra Tech, a public consulting and engineering services firm with an office in Jeffco, a $439 million contract to bolster energy security and resilience in Ukraine. The single-award contract spans five years and is a part of USAID’s Securing Power, Advancing Resilience & Connectivity Activity.

Under the contract, Tetra Tech will provide the Ukrainian Government with strategic technical assistance in the natural gas, electricity, and district heating sectors to improve resilience, reliability, and security. In addition, Tetra Tech will assist the Ukrainian Government in meeting and exceeding the European Union’s energy-related requirements, while also improving energy efficiency in the commercial and industrial sectors.

“Tetra Tech is pleased to continue our support to USAID and the Government of Ukraine to strengthen energy security and resilience for all Ukrainians,” said Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech Chairman and CEO. “We are using our Leading with Science® approach to support Ukraine’s journey toward a sustainable and sovereign energy future.”

Tetra Tech, which specializes in water, environment, and sustainable infrastructure projects, is acknowledged for providing high-level consulting and engineering services worldwide. With its workforce of 28,000 employees, Tetra Tech offers innovative solutions to complex problems using a Leading with Science® approach across various sectors including water cycle management, environmental protection and restoration, sustainable infrastructure design, and supporting the clean energy transition.

Any forward-looking statements were based on the best judgement of the management about future events. However, actual results are not guaranteed and are subject to certain risks and uncertainties. Any deviation from the forward-looking statements will be due to factors described under the section “Risk Factors” in the Company’s Form 10-K and Form 10-Q filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.