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In a recent episode of the NEDAS Live podcast, Ilissa Miller hosts Justin Matney, our Director of Resource Integration at Quantum Loophole. In the episode, Justin shares his passion for blending environmental stewardship with cutting-edge technology. The conversation is an exciting look into how Quantum Loophole is transforming a 2100-acre site in Frederick County into a sustainable data center community.

Justin’s love for nature and his innovative approach to integrating environmental principles into real estate development come to life as he discusses his journey and the ambitious projects we have underway. 

Growing up in Montgomery County and now residing in Frederick County, Justin’s personal connection to the region fuels his commitment to preserving and enhancing its natural beauty. He discusses spending his childhood exploring the Chesapeake Bay to studying physics and freshwater science at the University of Maryland. His background gives him the perfect perspective to lead our green initiatives.

Don’t miss this inspiring episode where technology meets nature, and discover how Quantum Loophole aims to set a new standard for environmentally conscious development!

You can listen to the always informative NEDAS podcast here.

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