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What’s Happening at FERC? Second Edition

SPRING 2021, PART II As anticipated, policy changes and decisions are coming quickly at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC or Commission) that may potentially affect the FERC’s environmental review process for construction of new and expansion projects. These changes may affect targeted in-service dates and permitting schedules. Insignia Environmental has been closely following developments …

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Insignia Welcomes Wayne Glenny to the Team

INTRODUCING WAYNE GLENNY, OUR NEW CULTURAL RESOURCES PROGRAM MANAGER Insignia Environmental is pleased to announce that Wayne Glenny has joined our team as our Cultural Resources Program Manager to manage Insignia’s cultural resource services. In this role, Wayne will provide subject matter advice on cultural resources management; oversee regulatory compliance with Section 106 of the …

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2021 Quarter 1 Regulatory Update

Several federal regulatory developments from the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), and United States Forest Service (USFS) occurred during the first quarter of 2021, including final rules, proposed rules/directives, and a finding on a petition to list a species. Below is a summary of each of these developments …

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What’s Happening at FERC?

SPRING 2021: POTENTIAL POLICY CHANGES DIRECTED BY CONGRESS In December 2020, Congress passed the American Energy Innovation Act (AEIA), which was part of the COVID-19 relief bill. Passed under bipartisan leadership, the AEIA included more than 50 new energy-focused measures that aim to modernize energy laws, invest in clean energy technology, and strengthen national security. …

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Insignia President co-authors book

Insignia is proud to announce that its founder and president has co-authored a book dedicated to the advancement of women business owners.

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