Year: 2024

RSG becomes Clean Energy Principles signatory


RSG has joined dozens of other New Hampshire businesses in support of Clean Energy Principles 2024, which shares our vision for a dynamic and more resilient economy grounded in clean and renewable energy.

RSG is committed to applying our unmatched research and analytics skills to shape a successful future. One of the ways we support this work is through the delivery of services that help our clients solve problems. These problems are often global in scale, from the shift to renewable energy sources to strategic transportation planning questions surrounding the electrification of the transportation fleet.

As a New Hampshire corporation, we're proud to support these principles and look forward to the opportunity to continue to deliver solutions that shape a successful future for our clients and communities.

RSG team article on wind turbine noise published in WindTech International


RSG Senior Consultant Isaac Old, INCE Bd. Cert. and Timothy Carson of RWE CleanEnergy, LLC. recently coauthored an article on directional noise-reduced operations (NROs) for wind turbines that was published in WindTech International.

The article, titled “Implementing and Measuring the Effectiveness of Directional Noise-Reduced Operations (NROs),” is based on research our team conducted and presented at the 10th International Conference on Wind Turbine Noise last year. Our team used real-world project measurements to reveal how NROs can be used to diminish sound emissions under varying meteorological conditions and time periods.

To learn more about RSG's noise control engineering work, click here.