North American presence at World Geothermal Congress 2020, Reykjavik/ Iceland
The Geothermal Resources Council (GRC) has announced a North American presence at the World Geothermal Congress 2020 in Reykjavik/ Iceland with a booth representing companies from the region. There is room for more, so be in touch with GRC if you or your company are interested.
There will be a robust North American presence at the World Geothermal Congress (WGC) 2020 Exhibition led by a cluster of booths assembled collaboratively by participants from North America, so the U.S.-based Geothermal Resources Council (GRC).
The North America Cluster is a collective of co-located booths presented by leading geothermal organizations. The cluster showcases the North American geothermal community and industry at the conference and is an opportunity to better engage with partners around the world. It facilitates the building of relationships for exporting North American products and services, as well as encouraging discussions of latest technologies and innovations.
The cluster consists of five participants co-located in the Harpa Conference Centre on the 1st Floor, in the Exhibition area between Booths 23a and 24d. The participants include: Phoenix Geophysics (Ontario, Canada); Geologica (Nevada, U.S.A.); Geothermal Resource Group (California, U.S.A.); GeothermEx (California, U.S.A.); and, U.S. Department of Energy (Washington DC, U.S.A.).
There is available space for additional North American organizations to join the cluster. If you are interested contact Will Pettitt, Executive Director at the Geothermal Resources Council (GRC), for further information or to express interest (email@example.com). Collaborating organizations can be based in Canada, Mexico or U.S.A. and can include corporations, National Labs, universities, and government agencies, amongst others.
At the Exhibition at WGC in Iceland, 27th April to 1st May, 2020, there is an opportunity to present a North American vision for geothermal energy by demonstrating the diversity and excellence of our geothermal work force and research capabilities.