The most important aspect of risk mitigation is developing a communications plan that engages all stakeholders. This means that any changes to design, land use or issues discovered during site inspection, surveys, title review or community engagement are clearly documented and communicated to the project management team, so that curative actions may be taken. Meticulously monitoring progress can avoid costly delays and gives all stakeholders the assurance that challenges do not need to become a crisis.
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Kimberlee Centera is a risk management expert for the development and financing of large-scale generator energy projects for public utilities and community development. She possesses the expertise to identify, manage and mitigate risk. Kimberlee works on complex high-value projects, such as a wind farm development that powers a JP Morgan Chase property. A leading renewable energy expert, Kimberlee has been a guest on numerous radio programs including National Public Radio’s Marketplace. She frequently serves as a speaker and educator at wind and solar conferences.
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