|California Department of Conservation Director Mark Nechodom (right) presents an Outstanding Lease and Facility Maintenance Award to Mike Rogers, senior vice president for Calpine Corporation’s geothermal power operations at The Geysers in Lake County, Calif.|
MIDDLETOWN, Calif. – The California Department of Conservation recently presented the Outstanding Lease and Facility Maintenance Award to Calpine’s operations at The Geysers.
The presentation marked Calpine’s 11th consecutive year to receive the award, which recognizes safety and environmental responsibility in management of state-owned leases.
The nation’s largest renewable geothermal power producer, Calpine operates 15 power plants at The Geysers that are capable of generating up to 750 megawatts of renewable energy around the clock.
For more information, visit www.calpine.com .