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ETC: Solar Development 101

December 8 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm EST

This course will present an overview of solar development issues and challenges and discuss details associated with the survey and civil engineering aspects of project development.  The course will conclude with a presentation of case studies associated with solar development on landfills.

 

 

Important Details:

0.4 CEUs available upon completion of this course.

The quiz and optional survey will be emailed to you after the course 

A CEU certificate will be emailed within 1 week of the course to all attendees who complete the quiz. 

This presentation will be recorded for internal training purposes only. 

Featured Speakers

Abigail Pollock, E.I.T.

Project Manager I
apollock@cecinc.com

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Ms. Wallace has 8 years of experience providing civil engineering consulting services to a variety of municipal solid waste and residual waste disposal facilities. Her project involvement includes analyses and design, permitting, and construction quality assurance for liner systems, gas collection and control systems, and surface water control systems. Ms. Wallace has also assisted with the design, permitting and construction of solar projects on solid waste and residual waste disposal facilities.
Andy Gullone, P.E.

Project Manager III
agullone@cecinc.com

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Mr. Gullone has more than 18 years of civil engineering and site development experience.  The last two years his focus has been in renewable energy and has managed several solar projects within the state of Pennsylvania.  He has manage several large, multi-disciplinary projects and has work experience in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana.  Mr. Gullone serves as the point of contact, team leader, and quality reviewer.
Don Groesser, LS, P.L.S.

Vice President & Corporate Survey/Geospatial Practice Lead
dgroesser@cecinc.com

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Don Groesser
Mr. Donald Groesser is a professional land surveyor with more than 37 years of experience in all phases of land surveying operations, including research, fieldwork, construction control and staking, boundary analysis, legal descriptions and completion of final plats and documents for ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys, boundary surveys, topographic surveys, route surveys, pipeline surveys, aerial control surveys, preparation of various statutory plats and other conveyance documents.  He has held positions from entry-level rod man, instrument technician, survey technician, project manager, department manager and small business owner.
Kris Macoskey, QEP

Vice President
kmacoskey@cecinc.com

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Kris Macoskey
Mr. Macoskey is one of the leaders of CEC’s environmental practice with particular emphasis on air quality permitting and compliance. He has over 27 years of experience helping facilities manage their environmental regulatory compliance obligations. Mr. Macoskey has expertise in identifying compliance gaps, filling those gaps, developing programs, and providing training aimed at maintaining ongoing compliance. Mr. Macoskey is knowledgeable in federal and state environmental programs affecting industry and has special expertise in the area of air quality compliance and permitting.  He has managed projects ranging from simple construction permit applications to major New Source Review evaluations as well as ambient air and meteorological monitoring, dispersion modeling, human health risk assessment, and control technology evaluations. Project experience spans the oil and gas, manufacturing, electric utility, and waste management sectors. Mr. Macoskey has been a Qualified Environmental Professional with the Institute of Professional Environmental Practice since 1996. Mr. Macoskey can be contacted at 800-365-2324 or kmacoskey@cecinc.com.

Details

Date:
December 8
Time:
9:00 am - 1:00 pm EST
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/402961577927