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EDR Expands Archaeological Services to Wyoming

EDR is excited to offer archaeological surveys and other cultural resources services to our current and prospective clients developing projects in Wyoming. EDR began providing cultural resources services in 2010, and since that time has conducted dozens of cultural resources investigations in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest.  Recently, one of our senior cultural resources staff […]

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EDR Contributes Photographs to the New York Flora Atlas

EDR is proud to support the New York Flora Atlas.  The New York Flora Atlas is an invaluable resource for information about vascular plants that occur in New York State.  In addition to distribution maps, the Atlas provides information about habitat, taxonomy, native vs. non-native status, and synonymy for each plant species.  Photographs are also […]

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Hillcrest Solar: First Solar Project to Pursue an OPSB Certificate in Ohio

We would like to congratulate our client, Open Road Renewables, on the filing of an Application for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need (Certificate Application), which was submitted to the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) on June 29, 2017. The Hillcrest Solar Farm is a 125 megawatt (MW) solar-powered electric generation facility proposed […]

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Welcome Andy, David, Krystal, Samantha, Jess & Trevan!

Summer is finally here, and with that we would like to introduce the newest members of the EDR Team! Andrew Roblee (top left) has returned to EDR as a Cultural Resources Specialist at our Syracuse office. Andy is a historic preservation planner who meets the Qualifications for the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Architecture […]

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2017 Chase Corporate Challenge

On June 6, 2017, approximately 8,000 runners and walkers from 307 companies (including EDR) helped Syracuse stage its 35th JP Morgan Corporate Challenge.  The event is one of 13 such races worldwide to encourage health and fitness, foster workplace camaraderie, and show commitment to the community. The weather was decidedly un-summerlike, with wind chills in […]

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Mohawk Solar: First Solar Project to Pursue an Article 10 Application in New York

Our client Community Energy Solar recently filed their final Public Involvement Program plan (or PIP) for the Mohawk Solar Project in Montgomery County.  This is the first solar project going through the Article 10 permitting process in New York State.  The Mohawk Solar Project is anticipated to produced up to 90 megawatts (MW) of clean, […]

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Welcome, Mallory & Meredithe!

We are thrilled to welcome Meredithe Smith Mathias, AICP (left) and Mallory Squier-Babcock, Ph.D. Candidate, EIT (Right) to our thriving and bright team at EDR. Meredithe Smith Mathias, AICP, joins EDR’s Albany Office as an Environmental Project Manager. Meredithe is a certified planner and received her Masters of Regional Planning the State University of New […]

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Skipjack Wind Project Receives Preliminary Approval from Maryland PSC

EDR congratulates our client Deepwater Wind on reaching another regulatory approval milestone for the proposed Skipjack Wind Project.   On May 11, 2017, the Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) approved Offshore Renewable Energy Credits for two offshore energy projects including the 120 Megawatt Skipjack Wind Project, which is located off the coast of Delaware and Maryland.  […]

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