ERM is actively supporting EUEC 2018 through exhibiting, participating on advisory boards and presenting across various tracks.

Nearly 2,000 professionals will gather at EUEC 2018 (Energy, Utility and Environment Conference) to exchange ideas & discuss current and critical energy, environmental, and climate change issues. EUEC is the largest conference of its kind in the United States and is a key platform for the power industry to meet, share information on the challenges facing the industry, and discuss solutions for advancing our nation’s energy future. ERM is proud to be part of the fabric of EUEC.

ERM at EUEC 2018

ERM will be exhibiting throughout the event at Booth #541 and will be presenting on the following tracks:

Track A - Regulatory Update

A1.4 EPA’s Regulatory Agenda under the Trump Administration
Monday 5 March 2018, 1pm - 3pm, Room 1
David Jordan, Partner, ERM

A3.4 Ozone And PM2.5 - SIL’S, MERPs, and more
Tuesday, 6 March 2018, 7:30am - 9:30am, Room 1
Richard Hamel, Senior Air Quality Meteorologist, ERM

A4.1 NSR 2018 - Update and Recent Developments
Tuesday, 6 March 2018, 10am - 12pm, Room 1
Co-Chair - Ken Weiss, Partner, ERM

Track E - SO, NOX & SCR Control

E6.2 BACT Emission Limits: The Devil is in the Details
Tuesday, 6 March 2018, 3:30pm - 5:30pm, Room 5A
David Shotts, Partner, ERM

Track I - Water & 316(b)

I2.3 Alternate Source Demonstration Using Multivariate Statistics
Monday 5 March 2018, 3:30pm - 5:30pm, Room 9
Co-Chair - Natasha Hausmann, Senior Scientist, ERM

I3.4 A Consortium Approach to 316(B) for Facilities On The Mississippi River
Tuesday, 6 March 2018, 7:30am - 9:30am, Room 9
Kurtis Schlicht, Technical Director, ERM

ERM in the Power Sector

Our services for the Power Sector are designed to assist the industry in responding to a range of challenges. We support our clients as they enter new markets, often in the areas of site assessment and selection, and then as they invest in, license and construct major capital facilities. We have cutting-edge expertise in linear permitting and in supporting new energy delivery systems, as well as in air quality and GHG analysis and management, and in emerging issues such as life cycle analysis, and carbon capture and storage.

Once operational, ERM focuses on working with our clients to achieve operational excellence by ensuring fit-for-purpose systems are in place to achieve long-term compliance. Finally, as facilities age, ERM moves its attention to helping our clients reclaim residual asset value through implementation of demolition, decontamination, decommissioning, and land reuse programs. ERM’s deep sector experience in conventional, nuclear, and renewable power helps our clients invest and operate safely and profitably while protecting their brand and reputation.