Geothermal Resources Council Announces New Board of Directors

Six members join the new GRC Board of Directors

(Davis, California, USA) The Geothermal Resources Council (GRC) is governed by a Board of Directors, elected by the general membership to 2-year terms. To provide continuity, half of the Board is elected every year. All GRC members are eligible for election to the Board of Directors.


The global GRC membership took part in the ballot in November, and the result was that six new members of the Board were elected: Dave Boden, Marcelo DeCamargo, Kevin Kitz, Danielle Matthews Seperas, Kevin Wallace and Patrick Walsh.

They join eight other members who have been re-elected to the Board of Directors: Patrick Hanson, Stuart Johnson, Dennis Kaspereit, Bill Rickard, Andrew Sabin, Elaine Sison-Lebrilla, Gene Suemnicht and Karl Urbank.

At the end of 2015, the GRC membership stands at over 1,350 from 47 different countries.
Photos of the new Board of Directors can be seen on the GRC Website at www.geothermal.org/BOD.html

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About the Geothermal Resources Council:

With the experience and dedication of its diverse, international membership bolstering a more than 45-year track record, the Geothermal Resources Council has built a solid reputation as the one of the world's preeminent geothermal associations advancing geothermal development through education, research, and outreach. For more information, please visit www.geothermal.org.

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