In this post:
*Democratic Leaders Call for Action on Renewable Energy Tax Credits, Hard Fight Ahead?
*Registrations for GEA US and International Showcase Continue to Roll In
*IID Urges California to Finance Salton Sea Fixes with Geothermal as a Solution
*New Geothermal Technology Could Help Reduce Carbon Emissions
*Disagreement Over Geothermal Steam Pricing in Indonesia
*California Energy Commission to Conduct Workshop for Geothermal Power Stakeholders
*SMU Geothermal Conference, Power Plays: Geothermal Energy in Oil and Gas Fields, Puts Out Call for Abstracts
*An Introduction to the New Geothermal News and Communications Specialist, Allie Nelson
On Wednesday October 2, the last morning of 2013 GRC Annual Meetings and GEA’s Geothermal Energy Expo in Las Vegas, the GEA organization showcased several of its participants. Additionally and for the first time, a GEA membership was given as a booth prize by an existing GEA member, TAS Energy. The winner and newest member of the organization is SPX Cooling Technologies:
A ballroom at a Vegas casino has been transformed into a pop-up pro shop of geothermal expertise. Speakers at the plenary session of the GRC Annual Meeting and GEA Geothermal Energy Expo this morning framed the possibilities for the industry in the coming year and beyond, as vendors moved in to deal-making mode.
It’s a pleasant Sunday evening in Las Vegas, and the Opening Reception on the Geothermal Energy Expo floor is wrapping up. Representatives involved in a sometimes-challenging, always-fresh, and exciting global industry are kicking off this year’s GRC Annual Meeting and GEA Geothermal Energy Expo.
Join the conversation on Twitter with GEA at @geoenergist and #GEAExpo2013
The GRC Annual Meeting & GEA Geothermal Energy Expo is right around the corner, and GEA will be holding its Annual Members Meeting and Board Elections. Also, important reminders and dates. Continue reading →