SALT LAKE CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Over 1,300 attendees will gather at the world’s largest geothermal energy event, the GRC Annual Meeting and GEOEXPO+ , at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah from October 1-4, 2017.
Utah Governor Gary Herbert will address the Opening Session of the GRC Annual Meeting on Monday, October 2, and he will be joined by other special guests and energy experts. The Opening Session will attract leading researchers, academics, students, state and federal agency officials, and executives from over 200 companies, such as Berkshire Hathaway Energy, CYRQ Energy, Calpine, Coso Energy, ENEL Green Power, Ormat Technologies, Inc., U.S. Geothermal Inc., and others that develop, build, maintain and operate geothermal plants around America and the world.
The GRC Annual Meeting features over 70 hours of technical presentations, workshops, fieldtrips, a plenary session, networking events and more. The GRC Technical Session programs will cover a wide array of topics pertaining to geothermal energy.
The GEOEXPO+ features exhibits by leading companies who are paving the way for geothermal development through new projects, products, services, and technology. The exhibit hall will be open Monday at noon through Wednesday at noon.
In addition, there will be joint GRC/GEA policy and market development discussion panels on topics ranging from permit streamlining and new technology developments to the growing international geothermal market.
To request an interview with anyone in the geothermal sector or one of our special guests, please contact Rhonda Mills, 323-578-2912 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Geothermal Energy Association: The Geothermal Energy Association represents over 100 companies in the American geothermal power industry, which supports a workforce of almost 12,000 full-time U.S. jobs. Our nation’s leading developers and energy producers run 104 operating plants in nine states with a capacity of 3,700 megawatts at a replacement value of over $20 billion. There are over 80 new projects in development.