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The current worldwide focus is on reducing emissions and using cleaner, more efficiently generated power. Air quality concerns often influence the design and siting of new energy, transportation, and industrial infrastructure. In an increasingly complex regulatory environment, project developers can support business investment decisions based on economic and market evaluations of emissions, allowance costs, and possible trading options.
Conducting cultural resources investigations to identify cultural resources and historic properties for a proposed project is an important component of most project planning efforts. For those projects with a federal nexus, compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, is the primary impetus for conducting cultural resources investigations.
One of the major challenges facing developers who are trying to complete projects on schedule and within budget is the need to obtain environmental permits in a timely fashion. The right environmental permitting strategy can mean the difference between productive assets and a multimillion-dollar write off.