Choosing a location for a new energy or infrastructure project was once driven primarily by direct financial and risk-management factors such as relative tax rates or incentives.
Today, environmental factors and related impacts have become embedded in the decision-making process. Organizations that ignore these new factors find themselves having to revisit development plans and incorporate costly avoidance measures and mitigations in the future.
In this Q&A, Mary Bean, FCS’ Environmental Planning Project Director, discussed best practices through site selection and development through smarter due diligence.
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