Providing consulting services  in


VEGETATION MANAGEMENT

And

GREENHOUSE GAS/CARBON SEQUESTRATION

ECOSYNC: Economy through Ecology

Ecological Solutions Inc.

Carbon Sequestration


  • Need to calculate the C yield of a biotic greenhouse gas mitigation measure?

  • Need to develop the methodology to monitor and verify the offset?

  • Interested in buying or selling a greenhouse gas reduction credit?


Contact Ecosync. We've delivered breakthroughs in quantification, verification and monitoring of offset projects in the agricultural and forestry sectors... when everyone said it couldn't be done.

Send comments and inquiries to: admin@ecosync.com

Phone/Fax:  (780) 467-6389

Email:   admin@ecosync.com

To contact us:

Ecological Solutions Inc.

10 Milburn Place

Sherwood Park, Alberta Canada T8A 0T8

                                             

                                                         © ECOSYNC 1997 - 2009

Vegetation Management (VM)

Do you

  • Want a quantitative assessment of your tree risk exposure?

  • Want to decrease tree related outages 30%, 50%, even 80%?

  • Want to stabilize tree-related outages

  • Want to minimize VM costs while decreasing outages?

  • Want to increase productivity?

  • Would you like a 98% customer satisfaction rating to go along with it?

Sound impossible?  It's not!  If you want proof, browse the articles in Vegetation Management Papers & Articles.


Have questions, a need for or interest in these kinds of results, click the link, How to contact us.


Whether you are

  • A utility manager

  • Under pressure from regulators to improve electric system reliability

  • Seeking to achieve performance incentives or avoid penalties

  • Looking for an actionable understanding for managing tree-related outages for progressive improvement

  • A utility regulator

  • Faced with mounting customer complaints about service reliability

  • Unwilling to accept that there is little one can do to control tree-related outages

  • Frustrated with the cyclical re-emergence of tree-related reliability problems

  • Wishing to quantify the effect of past utility VM decisions on maintenance costs

  • A utility forester

  • Looking for new approaches, new ideas

  • Technical information

  • Quantitative approaches to justify your VM program, including modeling the impact of underfunding

  • Financial models and methods to effectively compete for limited maintenance funds


you've come to the right place.