Presentation by Will Pettitt, of GRC in renewable energy briefing in U.S.

Will Pettitt, GRC at briefing in Washington, Nov. 2019 (source: screenshot)
Alexander Richter 24 Nov 2019

In a recent renewable energy briefing in Washington, DC, representatives from various renewable energy groups highlighted the role of the respective technologies for the energy future in the United States. For geothermal, Will Pettitt of the U.S.-based Geothermal Resources Council (GRC) gave an insightful presentation.

In a briefing held this week, by Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) and the Clean Energy and Technology Staff Association (CETSA), the state of play for renewable energy and energy storage technology in the United States was discussed.

The meeting – as reported by EESI – “provided an overview of innovations in renewable energy and energy storage, not only in solar and wind power, but also in geothermal power, hydropower, and sustainable biomass. Briefing panelists shared first-hand knowledge from federal agencies and industry to provide the most up-to-date information on the role of renewable energy in the country’s energy mix.”

With representatives from various industry groups representing different branches of the renewable energy sector in the U.S., the geothermal energy industry was represented by Will Pettitt, Executive Director of the U.S.-based Geothermal Resource Council.

His presentation can be downloaded, here (pdf)

His speech can be seen here below:


Source: EESI