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Landowners Prove to Be a Hot Commodity at TRC’s Northeast Solar Conference

Landowners Prove to Be a Hot Commodity at TRC’s Northeast Solar Conference
Doug Hanchett

This year's TRC Solar Conference in Boston was a smashing success. Here's what we learned at the two-day affair.

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Oct 18th, 2018

by Doug Hanchett

topic Renewable Energy

Recent Technical Advances Have Upset the LNAPL Cart – In a Good Way

Recent Technical Advances Have Upset the LNAPL Cart – In a Good Way
Keith Piontek, PE

Technical developments over the last few years have prompted both the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council and the American Petroleum Institute to update their guidance documents for sites dealing with LNAPL issues.

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Oct 4th, 2018

by Keith Piontek, PE

topic Remediation

Federal Court Decision May Have Big Impact on Coal-Fired Power Plants

Federal Court Decision May Have Big Impact on Coal-Fired Power Plants
Mark Johnson, PG

A new court ruling that tightens federal regulations on coal combustion residuals could pose problematic for many older power plants.

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Sep 26th, 2018

by Mark Johnson, PG

topics Coal Ash

industries Generation Utilities

BUILD-ing Solar on Brownfields: TRC’s Northeast Solar Conference to Provide Early Look at EPA’s New Funding Options

BUILD-ing Solar on Brownfields: TRC’s Northeast Solar Conference to Provide Early Look at EPA’s New Funding Options
Kelley Race, PG, LSP

Upcoming Boston event will examine new federal guidelines that encourage the use of brownfield sites for renewable energy projects – and will provide tips and strategies for securing EPA grant funding.

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Sep 20th, 2018

by Kelley Race, PG, LSP

topic Renewable Energy

Justice Department Says Federal Guidance Is Just That: Guidance

Justice Department Says Federal Guidance Is Just That: Guidance
​Gale Hoffnagle, CCM, QEP

The U.S. Justice Department is no longer using its civil enforcement authority to convert federal agency guidance documents into binding rules.

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Sep 12th, 2018

by ​Gale Hoffnagle, CCM, QEP

EPA Bets on ACE to Reduce Power Plant Emissions

EPA Bets on ACE to Reduce Power Plant Emissions
​Gale Hoffnagle, CCM, QEP

The Affordable Clean Energy rule would supplant 2015’s Clean Power Plan and give states more of a say in controlling emissions from coal-fired power plants.

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Aug 29th, 2018

by ​Gale Hoffnagle, CCM, QEP

industries Utilities Generation

Why Steel Tariffs Are Tormenting the Pipeline Industry

Why Steel Tariffs Are Tormenting the Pipeline Industry
Doug Hanchett

U.S. steel tariffs are causing "consternation" within the pipeline industry and could send prices skyrocketing - or even scuttle projects entirely.

Blog

Aug 14th, 2018

by Doug Hanchett

topic Pipelines Midstream

industry Oil and Gas

TRC Fit to Be Tight at Scattergood Site

TRC Fit to Be Tight at Scattergood Site
Doug Hanchett

TRC's successful decommissioning of Scattergood Generating Station Unit 3 in LA featured a number of challenges – including heartbreak.

Blog

Aug 1st, 2018

by Doug Hanchett

industries Utilities Generation

Tackling the Advanced Energy Frontier with TRC at ACEEE Summer Study

Tackling the Advanced Energy Frontier with TRC at ACEEE Summer Study
Carmen Henrikson

What will the grid of the future look like? Where are scientists and engineers breaking new ground to push energy efficiency even further? Join TRC at ACEEE Summer Study to find out.

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Jul 24th, 2018

by Carmen Henrikson

topic Energy Efficiency Renewable Energy

How Vali Cooper & Associates and TRC Came Together

How Vali Cooper & Associates and TRC Came Together
Agnes Weber

Last month TRC purchased respected California construction management firm Vali Cooper & Associates. VC&A's Agnes Weber explains the genesis of the deal.

Blog

Jul 17th, 2018

by Agnes Weber

topic TRC Infrastructure