International Geothermal Energy Forum Returns to Washington DC This Spring

The Geothermal Energy Association will hold a one-day International Geothermal Energy Forum in Washington, DC in the spring.

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Warren Dewhurst, Managing Member, Dewhurst Group & GEA Member at our May 2012 International Forum.


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The Geothermal Energy Association is developing its program for a full-day International Geothermal Energy Forum on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC. Geothermal projects, trends, and governmental policies in the U.S. and around the world are shaping the agenda.

International Geothermal Energy Forum topics:

  • the state of the geothermal market today
  • projects under development
  • U.S. and international perspectives
  • outlook for the future of the geothermal market
  • policies driving geothermal development
  • new technologies
  • federal agency support at home and abroad
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Jonathan Weisgall, MidAmerican Energy & GEA Executive Committee and U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman, State of NM at our May 2012 International Forum.

In 2012, more than 250 industry leaders, government officials, and other power sector representatives from the U.S. and 26 countries around the world attended GEA’s International Geothermal Energy Forum. In his keynote remarks, U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman said: “We need to develop clean energy technologies for the economic benefits that their development will create here at home. As the developing world increases its appetite for energy in the coming decades, there will be a multi-trillion dollar market for clean energy technology. The only losers in the clean energy race will be those who do not compete.”

For more information and to sponsor the Forum, please contact Kathy Kent at kathy@geo-energy.org.

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