Good Things Come in Threes: GEOEXPO+ Fast Approaching

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*Good Things Come in Threes
*IRENA/GGA Working Session at GEA’s Marketing Forum
*FREE Agency Match Making Session
*CA Roundtable Event
*GEA’s Salton Sea Request for Information Comments
*GEA Wants to Say a Special Thanks to its 2016 Members
*Obama’s Climate Legacy on Trial
*Indonesia Struggles to Tap Volcanoes for Geothermal Power
*Geothermal Drilling Project Preparations to Begin Soon in St. Kitts and Nevis
*Indonesia Offers $420m Geothermal Projects in Sumatra and Maluku
*Soil Survey Shows Strong Lithium Results at the Nevada Energy Metals Black Rock Desert Project
*KenGen Bets on Modular Power Plant Technology
*New Zealand Invests in Geothermal Energy Exploration in Dominica
*New Zealand Committed to Development of Indonesia’s Renewable Energy Sector
*BLM Moves Forward with Phase I of Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan
*The Geothermal Community Meets in Strasbourg for the European Geothermal Congress 2016 to Celebrate European Excellency Calls for Clear Structural Signals and Tailored Tools for Further Expansion
*Capitol Drafts Position Paper on Proposed EDC Geothermal Study
*Kenyan Geothermal Gets $60 Million From African Development Bank
*USTDA Supporting Akiira Geothermal Project in Kenya
*KenGen Wins Prestigious Engineering Awards for Geothermal Work in Kenya
*Maibarara Wins 2016 Asia Geothermal Project Award
*Indonesia to Auction 20 MW Gunung Hamiding Geothermal Project
*California Wildfire Forces Evacuation of 300 Homes

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Conservative Clean Energy Summit, UN GGA Event, and More

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*GEA Participates in Annual Conservative Clean Energy Summit
*Countdown: Nearly 30 Days Left to Register Online for the GEA GEOEXPO+
*UN GGA Event to Highlight Geothermal Power
*2016 Tax Extenders Coalition Sends Joint Letter to Congress
*Senate Finance Mark-up Underscores Need for Action on Energy Taxes Incentives
*Sandoval Shakes Up PUC by Appointing 2 New Commissioners
*Cornell Wants to Heat Its Campus With Geothermal Energy
*Munich Aims High on Renewable District Heating
*Drilling Completed at Te Ahi O Maui
*Cornell Wants to Drill 2 to 4 miles Underground for Enhanced Geothermal Heating
*Geothermal Energy Plant Will Produce 25 Megawatts of Energy
*OPIC Board of Directors Approves Over $1 Billion in Support for Investments in Developing Countries
*Chevron Said to Narrow Bids for $3 Billion Asian Geothermal Sale
*Indonesia Rejects Plans for Development in Rainforest
*Increasing International Interest in Geothermal Development in Indonesia
*Tanzanian Volcanoes May Hoard Helium Ready for the Taking

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GEA Executive Director Karl Gawell Presenting at the Annual Conservative Clean Energy Summit

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Few Weeks Left Until GEA GEOEXPO+ & GRC Annual Meeting

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*Less than 6 weeks left to register online for the GEA GEOEXPO+ & GRC Annual Meeting
*Congress is Back in Town, Critical Decisions on Tap for Geothermal!
*Thank you to GEA Members New and Renewed!
*Geothermal Heating Part of Ambitious Plans of Polish Government
*Chevron Geothermal Seeks Additional Permits for Mount Salak Project
*How The Synthetic Diamond Industry Is Revolutionizing The Geothermal Energy Market
*Jerry Brown Presses Case for Expanding California’s Power Grid
*PLN Plan to Buy PGE Stake Could Harm Geothermal Development: Analyst
*Fallon Named Finalist for Enhanced Geothermal Systems Site
*Leading the Way to Abundant Geothermal Energy
*The Bold and Controversial Plan to Drill Into a Supervolcano
*Geothermal Bill on its Way to Governor’s Desk
*Could the ‘Most Powerful Geothermal Reservoirs in the World’ Save the Colorado River?
*Berkeley Lab Continues to FORGE its Way with $29 Million Investment in Enhanced Geothermal Systems Efforts
*Letter: Koch’s Geothermal System Isn’t the Standard
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Mount Salak
Image Credit: Flickr

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Geothermal in Uganda, Antigua, USA, Philippines

This post brings you geothermal headlines from Uganda, Antigua, the USA, and the Philippines.

Interview: Listen to MCWL Officials Explain What the Third Well Drilling Means for Montserrat

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Big News on Salton Sea, GEOEXPO+ Approaches

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*GEA GEOEXPO+ & GRC Annual Meeting
*GEA Board Calls for Nominations
*Desert Sun: Obama at Lake Tahoe: Big Announcements on Salton Sea, Geothermal Energy
*Request for Information on the Availability of New Geothermal Electricity in the Salton
*Energy Department Announces $29 Million Investment in Enhanced Geothermal Systems Efforts
*Corbetti Geothermal PLC EOI Notice
*Power Africa Launches New Partnership With the Government of Japan
*ElectraTherm Power+ Generator Exceeds 3,000 Hours in Japan
*Aceh Governor Eyes Geothermal Project in Indonesia’s Leuser Ecosystem
*U.S. EIA: Geothermal Very Competitive on Levelized Cost of Electricity Basis
*Geothermal Agency Opens Search for New Chiefs After Shake-up
*Geothermal Picks Up Steam With Alberta Proposal to Retrofit Abandoned Oil Wells
*Tiffany Lai Conquers a Geothermal Challenge
*Polaris Infrastructure Announces Connection of Well SJ 9-4
*European Mexican Research Project Exploring Ultra-deep Geothermal Resources
*PLN to Buy Half of Pertamina’s Geothermal Unit
*Geothermal Energy: an Expensive but Attractive Option for Latin America
*Oregon Agency Offers $2M in Renewable Project Incentives
*Exergy Expects to Add an Additional 200 MW Geothermal Capacity in Turkey

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Geothermal in Tanzania, Uganda, Costa Rica, Dominica, Mexico, Nicaragua, China, Indonesia, Japan, Iceland

This post brings you geothermal headlines from Tanzania, Uganda, Costa Rica, Dominica, Mexico, Nicaragua, China, Indonesia, Japan, and Iceland.

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Iceland’s Blue Lagoon, produced by geothermal activity.

Image Credit: bluelagoon.com

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Ultimate Geothermal Event in California, Geothermal News

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California to Host Ultimate Geothermal Energy Event in October
Thank you to GEA Members New and Renewed!
DOE Announces SBIR/STTR Funding Opportunity for Subsurface Technologies
California State Assembly Approves Bill to Extend California Climate Program Through 2030 – Assembly Members Garcia and Speaker Rendon Lead the Way
World Bank: Procurement notice, Turkey Geothermal Development Project
Enel, Heading Towards a Geothermal World
Energy Department Awards 43 New Business-Laboratory Collaborations under Small Business Vouchers Pilot
Lab Collaborates With Small Businesses in Gas Turbine Manufacturing and Geothermal Projects
Despite Stagnant Growth, U.S. Invests in Technology Development
China to More than Triple Geothermal Power Consumption by 2020
First Ever Geothermal Oil Well Project Starting in Leduc County

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Check out LiveScience’s exploration of what happened to geothermal energy.

Image Credit: Robert Zierenberg, UC Davis

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