Jan 18th, 2017
In this blog post, TRC’s Jim Whitaker and Peter Belmonte discuss six key lessons learned at the December 2016 PowerGen Conference in Orlando, FL. Read the blog to learn what really stood out to them.
Solar photovoltaic energy developers are always looking for big, flat, available pieces of land to install arrays of panels in “solar farms.” Read TRC's latest Renewables Series blog post to read about what TRC can do to help.
Jan 10th, 2017
TRC provides an update on key federal regulations, policies and rulings announced or adopted in the past year–with the caveat that many of them could be modified or repealed by the new President or Congress.
Jan 9th, 2017
In his blog post, TRC’s Ed Malley discusses the most important questions to ask when deciding the future of power plants that have reached end of life status. Read the blog to learn more about the challenges and opportunities in finding new uses for old power plants.
Jan 5th, 2017
by Ed Malley
Read this blog post about lessons learned about some of the best ways to manage the process of winning public understanding of and support for reach codes from TRC's Farhad Farahmand.
Jan 4th, 2017
Like the quest for sustainable consumer products, the quest for sustainability in how we build and rebuild billions of dollars in transportation infrastructure is just as strong. TRC's Tom Tracy blogs about his experience presenting at the 2016 Focus on the Future conference in California.
Dec 14th, 2016
by Thomas Tracy
Imagine being able to save 50 percent on the cost of your railroad's air quality assessments, while also realizing greater confidence in your yard and maintenance-shop operations and staying fully compliant with national, state, and local air-pollution and emissions regulations.
Dec 8th, 2016
Like seekers of hidden treasure in ages past, renewable energy developers are in a race to find the optimal places to install utility scale solar projects. Today, instead of X marking the spot, GIS technology identifies the most feasible locations and cuts the time needed to bring projects online.
Nov 28th, 2016
When you work in a field that’s as volatile as oil and gas, especially for a company with more than 4,000 employees in 120 offices, you’re constantly thinking about how to staff projects in the most efficient way. See what happened when TRC implemented Amazon Web Services.
Nov 18th, 2016
by Jason Cradit