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Salton Sea geothermal project wins Project of the Year Award for Sustainability

Picture from the Award Ceremony with Rod Colwell, CEO of Controlled Thermal Resources (source: company)
Alexander Richter Alexander Richter 30 Oct 2017

Controlled Thermal Resources has won the Project of the Year Award for Sustainability for its Hell's Kitchen geothermal project in the Salton Sea at the 9th North American Infrastructure Leadership Forum, in San Francisco on October 29, 2017.

Geothermal developer Controlled Thermal Resources has announced that its Hell’s Kitchen Geothermal Power Station won the Project of the Year Award for Sustainability at the 9th North American Infrastructure Leadership Forum, in San Francisco on October 29, 2017.

These are great news for this largest new geothermal project in the United States and very good news for the Salton Sea, Imperial Valley and geothermal development.

In its 9th year, the North American Infrastructure Leadership Forum presented the top 50 infrastructure projects required for bringing the world back to growth and job-producing competitiveness. These projects offer tremendous business opportunities for financial, equipment and technology, engineering and construction firms as well as for the public sector. Projects presented include surface transportation, water and wastewater, new and traditional energy, urban mass transportation, oil & energy, ports & logistics and digital infrastructure.

Source: Company release