As an energy transition leader, ATCO Ltd. is pleased to be partnering with Chevening to support the next generation of leaders.

Headquartered in Canada, ATCO is a provider of integrated energy, housing, transportation and infrastructure solutions, with over four million global customers.

As an energy transition leader, they deliver efficient and reliable energy for homes, businesses, and communities in Canada, Australia, and Mexico.

ATCO are rapidly developing a renewables-focused generation portfolio with more than 600 MW in operation and 1,500 MW of projects in the works. They are also piloting the blending of hydrogen into natural gas for retail customers and are advancing hydrogen refuelling facilities for vehicles and trains.

With modular manufacturing facilities in Australia, Mexico, Chile, and Canada, ATCO build strong communities through schools, community centres, workforce housing, affordable housing, health care clinics, and more.

ATCO also provides support and operational services around the world to camps, defence facilities, and disaster response efforts.

Across all of ATCO’s businesses, building and sustaining relationships with Indigenous communities has become their hallmark.

We actively advance economic reconciliation and have more than 50 joint-venture partnerships, memorandums of understanding and other partnerships with Indigenous communities – some that have lasted decades. We exist to create prosperity and opportunity for generations to come.

ATCO and Chevening

ATCO are offering one award for candidates from Canada to pursue a master’s course that can be clearly linked to one of the following:

  • the advancement of energy transition and sustainability
  • the development of prosperous communities, Indigenous relations, and equitable partnerships
  • affordable housing and community spaces.

Why is ATCO partnering with Chevening?

‘Partnering with Chevening is a way for ATCO to demonstrate our commitment to creating prosperity and opportunity for generations to come by supporting scholarship access to programs that focus on community prosperity and leadership in the energy transition.’


Our businesses provide the essentials of life, and we believe that education is essential to creating and implementing long term sustainable solutions to enable a fair and secure energy transition, improve economic reconciliation for Indigenous communities, and provide access to affordable housing. I commend the Chevening programme for its purposeful work in creating informed and energetic citizens who have the courage and creativity to address critical issues our society faces.

Nancy Southern, Chair & Chief Executive Officer of ATCO Ltd