WALTHAM, MASS., July 28, 2017—The Cadmus Group, Inc. (Cadmus) announced today that it has been awarded a contract with Southface Energy Institute, in combination with the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC), to publish a detailed and authoritative examination of water use by the electric power sector in Georgia. The study to be published will include modeling results that document the changes in water withdrawals and consumptive water use by the electric power sector related to alternative future energy development scenarios in the state of Georgia.
Cadmus provides expertise and leadership in climate security, adaptation, and resilience, developing comprehensive and integrated solutions at the nexus of climate and security. Leveraging Cadmus’ full suite of strategic, technical, and modeling expertise, we are able to assess vulnerabilities and risks for organizations and municipalities, as well as identify the most appropriate solutions and opportunities to prepare, adapt, and thrive.
About The Cadmus Group, Inc.
Cadmus provides professional consulting services that help clients achieve their goals and create social and economic value today and for future generations. By applying exceptional technical expertise and a highly collaborative approach, we deliver customized solutions that address complex challenges facing the realms of natural and built environments, energy, public health, climate, homeland security, and international development. Cadmus’ more than 500 consultants serve government, commercial, and nongovernmental organizations in the United States and abroad.
About Southface Energy Institute
Southface inspires market-based solutions at the nexus of the natural, social and built environments. Since 1978 Southface has served as the Southeast’s nonprofit leader in promoting sustainable homes, workplaces and communities through education, research, advocacy and technical assistance. Learn more at www.southface.org.
About Southern Environmental Law Center
The Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) is a public interest advocacy organization whose mission is to champion and protect the environment of the Southeast. With 70 attorneys working out of nine offices in six southeastern states and on Capitol Hill, SELC works in all three branches of government—and at the national, regional, state, and local levels—to create, strengthen, and enforce the laws and policies that determine the beauty and health of our environment. Through its energy policy work, SELC has worked consistently to advance clean energy solutions for the Southeast that benefit our states’ economies while cleaning up their water and air.