Calpine Geysers Tour Departing from Middletown, California
Saturday, November 5, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Thank you for your Geysers tour reservation! Check-in and departure will be from Middletown, California.
This is a FREE tour. Guests will travel by bus to The Geysers where they will tour a working geothermal power plant & a well-pad.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW:
All tours require a minimum of twenty five (25) guest reservations in order to go ahead. Your reservation will be confirmed one week before the tour. In the event the tour is cancelled, you will be notified immediately.
Guests should arrive at least thirty (30) minutes prior to tour departure for check-in - tours depart promptly as noted, no exceptions.
The Geysers is a rural area and the tour will approximately 3 hours.
Closed toed, sensible walking shoes (no heels) are required. Guests are also encouraged to plan for weather changes and bring along a jacket or sweater.
Water will be available on the bus. Guests are responsible any additional food or provisions needed during the tour as there are no stop opportunities.
Weather and inclement conditions can sometime be a factor. Calpine closely monitors these conditions and will promptly let you know if your tour is cancelled or rescheduled.
Please HONOR YOUR RESERVATION. We often have a wait-list. If you are unable to attend, please let us know to allow us to offer the tour to others.
When & Where
Calpine Corporation - The Geysers
Come Tour The Geysers!
In the Mayacamas Mountains, located north of San Francisco, The Geysers, comprising 45 square miles along the Sonoma and Lake County border, is the largest complex of geothermal power plants in the world making Calpine, the largest geothermal power producer in the U.S.
At The Geysers, naturally occurring steam field reservoirs below the earth's surface are being harnessed by Calpine to make clean, green, renewable energy for homes and businesses across Northern California. owns and operates 14 power plants at The Geysers with a net generating capacity of about 725 megawatts of electricity
Calpine is pleased to offer free community tours departing from the Visitor Center in Lake County and from a few Sonoma County destinations. Calpine tours are led by our expert staff and no tour is the same!
Visit our website at www.geysers.com or sign up for a tour today.
Reservations are REQUIRED.