Work on Public-Private Partnerships Initiative in the Great Lakes to address green stormwater infrastructure
Greenleaf Advisors has assisted Environmental Consulting and Technology (ECT) in evaluating market-based approaches to green infrastructure and to review reports including “Assessing the Market Size for Large-Scale Green Infrastructure in the Great Lakes Basin.” The P3GreatLakes Initiative, led by ECT and funded by the Great Lakes Protection Fund, addresses the investment gap between federal funding for infrastructure and actual infrastructure needs in the Great Lakes basin.
Storm season is raging and infrastructure is failing, at times with dire consequences. In places, intelligent infrastructure provides secure, efficient, and economic energy and water services. This newsletter highlights a few of those innovative practices by Greenleaf’s clients as well as updates on board members and partners who retired this year to continue working on their passions.
John Andersen and Liz Hypes attended CleanMed 2017, a premier conference on environmental sustainability in the healthcare sector, in Minneapolis May 16th-18th with Greenleaf energy service partners, Intelligent Generation, GreenCity Power, G&W Electric, and Grumman/Butkus Associates.
Greenleaf Advisors continues to work with client, Intelligent Generation in the marketplace. IG has recently announced a megawatt contract with WCP Solar for Solberg Manufacturing.
The 2017 Healthy Soils for Healthy Waters (HSHW) Symposium took place February 1st in Denver at the National Association of Conservation Districts Annual Meeting with a national audience learning from expert producers and researchers.
Greenleaf Advisors’ President, John Andersen, was pleased to review for publication Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc’s latest report Assessing the Market Size for Large-Scale Green Infrastructure in the Great Lakes Basin. The report, funded by the Great Lakes Protection fund, evaluates “enabling private financing or private delivery to expand the use of green infrastructure in the Great Lakes basin.”