Potomac-Hudson Engineering

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Potomac-Hudson Engineering (PHE) describes itself as a "environmental, planning & technology consultants". On its website PHE states that it provides "forward-thinking and practical solutions to environmental, management, and information technology challenges for both government and private clients."[1]

PHE & Carbon Capture and Storage

On its website, PHE boasts that it did the Environmental Impact Statement for the FutureGen project, a CCS reference document for the National Energy Technology Laboratory, having "supported" a seminar promoting a CCS project in the Northeast US and worked with the World Resources Institute on a project promoting CCS.[2]

Former Personnel

Contact details

7830 Old Georgetown Road, Suite 220
Bethesda, MD 20814 - 3035
Phone: 301.907.9078
Fax: 301.907.3446
Website: http://www.phe.com/

Articles and resources

References

  1. "Mission", Potomac-Hudson Engineering website, accessed May 2010.
  2. PHE, "PHE", PHE website, accessed May 2010.

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