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Environmental and engineering firm Haley & Aldrich has hired Anntonette Alberti as senior vice president of energy strategy and Diane Sullivan as vice president of energy development.

Alberti, formerly of Tetra Tech, has 20 years of experience in strategic planning, regulatory and permitting strategy, organic growth and acquisition strategy, and construction support. She sits on the board of directors of the New York Solar Energy Industries Association and is a co-author of the American Wind Energy Association and Canadian Wind Energy Association siting handbooks.

Sullivan, meanwhile, has 15 years of experience with a multidisciplinary land planning, design and environmental consulting firm, where she was a principal/vice president. Sullivan will serve as a program leader, leveraging her background as an environmental scientist and regulatory specialist. She brings strong experience in energy project routing/siting, state and federal licensing and permitting, resource surveys, agency consultation, environmental impact analysis and environmental compliance monitoring, notes Haley & Aldrich.

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