back: The Geysers Geothermal Association,
The Geysers for over 30 yrs!
up of Geysers Air Monitoring Program
1 (GAMP 1)
1982 The Geysers
Geothermal Association is
formed and holds its first meeting.
GGA presents its
first Scholarship !
Geysers steam production peaks at almost 250 billion
Lake County Southeast Geysers Effluent Pipeline
Project begins operations.
1998 The Santa
Rosa Geysers Recharge Project is selected
to transport 11 million gallons of treated recycled
water per day to The Geysers through a 41 mile
acquires remaining Unocal leases and the PG&E
Geysers celebrates 40 years in operation
Rosa Recharge Project starts up.
- 2007 U.S.
Renewable Group (USRG)
takes ownership of Bottle Rock facility.
first installed the first of two 1MW solar
LBNL & USGS formed a collaborative EGS project.
Rosa Recharge Project" celebrated its
10th anniversary! (See
initiates near-horizontal drilling at
The Geysers with injection well N-7.
And now the GGA is
Clean Power Agency" will include Geothermal
energy from The Geysers in
Power to be tapped for "Evergreen
Calpine McCabe2 by Larry Sessions
the 28 years since our scholarship
program was established,
sixty-six Sonoma and Lake County high school seniors
have received a total of $52,000 in scholarships
from the Geysers Geothermal
scholarship program is one of the ways the GGA endeavors
to be of service to the geothermal community.
is the official website of the Geysers
Geothermal Association (GGA), a
non-profit trade association comprised of
the various companies that constitute the
geothermal industry at The Geysers in
Lake and Sonoma counties in Northern California.
Geothermal Association Website (Updated July 17, 2014)
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