Matrix New World Engineering Leader Interviewed On Innovation In The Global Energy Sector

Baton Rouge, LA – Madeline Murphy, P.G., CPG, Senior Regulatory Specialist, Matrix New World Engineering was interviewed for The Idea Village’s ‘Innovation x Baton Rouge Area Carbon Reduction Alliance’.

The goal of this initiative is to build a strong pipeline of “climate tech” companies in Louisiana who can help drive the global energy sector’s shift to net-zero greenhouse emissions. The Idea Village and BRAC seek to deepen relationships with local energy industry leaders with a lens on innovation and ways to effectively work with startups. To drive sustainable economic growth while mitigating the risk of climate change, it is important that industry stakeholders’ pain points, technical challenges, needs, and business models are understood; we believe the most successful new climate technologies will be developed when industry leaders are actively working hand-in-hand with venture-backable startups to move towards a global shift in reduced carbon and greenhouse emissions, together.

Topics of conversation included renewable energy, optimization, infrastructure, and deployment, carbon capture, and many more. Murphy further clarified, “Matrix envisions a better future through engineering and scientific ingenuity”. Matrix is utilizing our existing expertise and applying various skills in new ways to facilitate carbon reduction.

According to Jayne Warne, PE, Matrix President, “Matrix strives to offer best practices in the energy sector. Madeline is a wonderful representative of the firm and our innovative policies toward helping the planet.”

About Madeline Murphy

Ms. Murphy has over 35 years’ experience in the environmental industry. Her background as a state environmental regulator has allowed her to provide regulatory assistance to industrial, commercial, and municipal clients for solid waste, hazardous waste, and water quality compliance. Her experience includes preparation of solid waste permits, renewals, modifications (minor and major), including operational plans, closure plans, closure/post-closure cost estimates, and preparation of annual solid waste certification of compliance documents. She has developed beneficial use/reuse permits for industrial clients in the States of Louisianan and Mississippi for both commercial and agricultural reuse. She has prepared water quality documents including National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and Louisiana Pollution Discharge Elimination System (LPDES) permit renewal applications, stormwater pollution prevention plans (SWPPP), spill pollution control and countermeasure plans (SPCC), and 316(b) responses.

About The Idea Village

The Idea Village is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to helping startup founders across the Gulf Coast scale their ventures. For 20+ years, the Idea Village Team has committed itself to building a robust startup ecosystem in New Orleans and across the Gulf South. Their work actively advances the region’s economic development– harnessing talent, creating jobs, and fueling startup activity. The organization boasts 300+ later-stage alumni across the Gulf Region. Following their time at the Village, these startups have achieved remarkable milestones, such as participating in other industry-leading accelerators, securing over $1 million in venture funding, building teams of up to 500+ people and more.

About Baton Rouge Area Chamber

The Baton Rouge area Chamber is a regional economic development organization. BRAC represents the nine-parish Capital Region of Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston, Pointe Coupee, St. Helena, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana Parishes. They work with local and state entities to advance economic development for everyone. BRAC’s work is funded and guided by dedicated Capital Region businesses that choose to invest in the organization.

About Matrix New World Engineering

Matrix New World Engineering is a company of engineering and science experts who focus on some of the nation’s most pressing long-term challenges, including climate change, resiliency, ecological restoration, compliance, sustainability, contamination studies and remediation, water supply, disaster response, and urban revitalization. Matrix believes solving environmental challenges through careful planning and engineering is an indispensable measure of success.

Matrix has offices in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Arizona, Louisiana, and Chicago, coupled with project experience throughout the United States and the Caribbean.

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