Project: Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System (ISEGS) Endangered Species Protection
To develop new solar generation in the US, development must follow protocols to protect the endangered wild plants and animals that live there. At the world’s largest concentrating solar plant (which uses mirrors instead of electric solar panels,) We led both biology and construction crews to effectively protect and monitor desert tortoises, migratory birds, and other animals imperiled by construction.
We supported long term conservation efforts with applied field expertise, technical report writing, and communication skills.
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