Epsilon Forms Energy Services Practice

February 28th, 2024

Epsilon Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce the establishment of its Energy Services Practice. Epsilon has been a leading provider of strategic environmental science and permitting services to the energy industry since its founding in 1997. The formation of the Energy Services Practice benefits our existing and future clients by providing a consolidated approach to terrestrial energy projects that leverages Epsilon’s expert staff across all our existing environmental service lines including Ecological Sciences, Coastal Resources, Acoustics, Air Quality, Planning, and Cultural Resources. The Energy Services Practice fully complements Epsilon’s established Offshore Wind Practice to provide comprehensive coverage of all aspects of energy development from concept through operation.

“Epsilon’s mission as a firm is to provide exemplary strategic advice, technical expertise and environmental support to our clients across all of the markets that we serve,” said Managing Principal Rob O’Neal, CCM, INCE Board Certified. “Formalization of our Energy Services Practice will enable us to continue that tradition of excellence while adapting to this complex and ever-changing market that powers the world we live in.”

The Energy Services Practice focuses on strategic environmental consulting across all manners of land-based energy projects throughout the Northeast including battery energy storage systems, solar energy, onshore wind energy, electric transmission lines, electric substations, and natural gas infrastructure. The practice is led by industry veteran John Zimmer, who has over 25 years of experience with successful licensing and permitting of energy facilities.

For more information about how Epsilon and its Energy Services Practice can benefit your projects, please contact John Zimmer via email at jzimmer@epsilonassociates.com or phone at (978) 697-0854.

More about Practice Manager John Zimmer:

John Zimmer has over 26 years of experience primarily on energy related projects including the licensing and permitting of natural gas pipelines and electric transmission facilities throughout the Northeast. He is responsible for the preparation of federal, state, and local permit/license applications and coordination and management of field studies including wetland delineation and rare species surveys. He is also regularly involved with regulatory/resource agency consultation, corridor/route selection, environmental inventory and assessment, post-construction monitoring, EIR/EIS preparation, wetland and rare species mitigation planning, public participation, and construction compliance management and inspection. He has successfully managed a wide range of projects ranging from linear energy facilities to large-scale residential and commercial developments.



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