Energy supply and distribution has helped shaped modern society and our reliance on renewable and non-renewable energy sources will continue whether it is from centralized or de-centralized supply systems. Adverse impacts on the natural environment can occur if measures to address potential environmental effects from existing and proposed energy supply and distribution facilities are not undertaken. Similarly, failing to recognize potential long-term environmental costs associated with emerging alternative energy technologies could have negative enviro-economic repercussions for future generations.
AET offers a broad range of services for the energy industry to meet environmental regulatory requirements, assess natural conditions and minimize potential short- and long-term adverse effects on the natural environment from:
- natural gas
- other energy facilities and projects