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Tuesday, November 10 • 11:00am - 11:30am
GIS and The Vermont Energy Scene

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Josh Sky, VHB; Jesse Therrien, VHB; Alexis Coplin, VHB

Development of energy projects in Vermont is surging. Check out the news or take a drive around the state and you’ll see the evidence: new solar farms, wind turbines, manure digesters, wind turbines, electric transmission upgrades, and natural gas pipeline expansions. This presentation will cover the many ways in which GIS technology is being used to facilitate the efficient development of energy projects, including project site selection and screening, site assessment, project data management, project permitting, and permit compliance. Three examples of how GIS has been used through the project lifecycle will be presented: the selection and development of a 1.5 MW solar farm project, a 63 MW wind farm project, and a natural gas pipeline expansion. The presentation will demonstrate how the scalability and manifold capability of GIS offered distinct strategic advantages for each of these projects and was a key ingredient for their success.


Tuesday November 10, 2015 11:00am - 11:30am
VT Conference Room

Attendees (9)