In a release, the U.S.-based Geothermal Resources Council announced the outstanding technical presentations from the Technical Sessions at the 41st GRC Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, the world’s largest annual geothermal energy event.

The judging criteria included the technical content, the quality of the visual aids and the presenter’s ability to communicate the subject matter. Over 220 presentations were made totalling over 75 hours over three days. More than 1,000 attendees came to the GRC Annual Meeting and GEA GeoExpo+ from 35 different countries around the world.

GEG and KenGen submitted a paper and presented it in the session on Power Operations / Flexible Generation / Maintenance 3. The paper and presentation was titled “KenGen’s Successful Implementation of a Modular Geothermal Wellhead Strategy”, by Peter Chege (KenGen), Gestur Bardarson and Alexander Richter (GEG).

GEG would like to thank Peter Chege,

The documents:

Source: GRC release (pdf)

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