Renewable energy experts from across the country and overseas are coming to Boise to participate in a renewable energy conference hosted by POWER Engineers. POWER’s Renewable Rendezvous is March 23-24 at the Grove Hotel in Boise, Idaho.
The Rendezvous brings together an impressive list of speakers to discuss renewables and the future of energy, according to Dave Tateosian, generation division manager.
Idaho Senator James E. Risch will be speaking to the group from Washington D.C. Other featured speakers include: Lisa Grow, senior vice president of Power Supply at Idaho Power; Melinda A. Hamilton, director of the Idaho National Laboratory’s Education Programs; Debra J. Lew, senior project leader for Transmission and Integration with the National Wind Technology Center at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL); Jan Smutny-Jones, president of the California Independent Energy Producers Association; and David Solan, director of the Energy Policy Institute and an associate director of the Center for Advanced Energy Studies.
“This two-day technical conference will address resource, financing, development, permitting, engineering and interconnection issues for renewable topics like wind, solar, geothermal, biomass and more,” Tateosian stated.
POWER Engineers is a leader in geothermal generation system engineering and a notable leader in wind and solar plant engineering.