AmaTerra attends the Solar Power International Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada

October 18, 2014

AmaTerra staff are heading west to scenic, sunny, exciting Las Vegas to attend the 2014 Solar Power International Conference! We are excited to get to rub shoulders with the latest innovators in the world of solar energy.  Ever since AmaTerra senior archaeologist and environmental project manager, Mason Miller, directed cultural resource compliance and permitting for Austin Energy's Webberville Solar Array, a nearly 400 acre facility east of the City of Austin, he has been personally excited and driven by the exciting solar industry.  He is looking forward to seeing all of the latest innovations in the industry and particularly those in the utilty-scale solar sector. For some news, and a little bit of fun, visit AmaTerra's SPI page, where Mason will be collecting notes from the conference 

 

For some news, and a little bit of fun, visit AmaTerra's SPI page, where Mason will be collecting notes from the conference as a live blog.  See his notes as he takes them by clicking here. 

 

And this year, AmaTerra has been selected to participate in the Education Committee for next year's conference in Anaheim!  

 

If you're heading that way, too, let us know in the comments below! 

 

AmaTerra archaeologist, Mason Miller (pictured in the center) attending the Webberville "Light Switching".  

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