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- Input into the vision and focus of GTA activities and policy
- Access to the GTA Network of gas turbine industry professionals
- Insights and input on gas turbine policy updates from EPA, DOE, and other national organizations
- Invitation to participate in all GTA Networking Events – visibility with policy leaders and other key industry stakeholders
- Regular updates on GTA activities and gas turbine related developments via GTA Member Portal, GTA Website, and GTA LinkedIn page
- Marketing representation on GTA website, print materials, social media, and during events
- Serve as a GTA Committee Member
Become a GTA Member or a Partner
"GTA is an invaluable industry platform for my service business, allowing us to enhance our knowledge of the challenges and opportunities of our energy future. It provides a forum to amplify our advocacy with key energy industry stakeholders as to where critical technology investments are needed to ensure gas turbines remain a vital contributor to our decarbonizing energy future."
Jeff Benoit, Power Systems Mfg., LLC (PSM) – Associate Member
"GTA provides a strong, unified voice for the environmental, operational, and economic benefits of advanced gas turbines."
Sean Bradshaw, Pratt & Whitney – Regular Member
"For our team, GTA continues to provide an efficient path to advocate for the advancement of gas turbine technology and for the issues related to gas turbine emissions regulations."
Leslie Witherspoon, Solar Turbines – Regular Member
"For a small business, GTA gives us a voice to our business goals, objectives, and interests. As important, GTA provides the opportunity to contribute and add value in an industry and market that is vital to our energy future."
Sal DellaVilla CEO, Strategic Power Systems, Inc. – Associate Member
“Our university is looking to gain access to key thought leaders in the energy ecosystem to bridge between our world today and the future that our students are looking to build. We believe that gas turbines will continue to have an important role in the U.S. energy portfolio.”
Karen A. Thole, PhD, Distinguished Professor and Department Head, Mechanical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University – Affiliate Member
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