February 7-8, 2024 | Las Vegas, Nevada


The Mission of the Energy Symposium is to provide an exciting venue where all energy producers can come together to discuss issues, challenges, and roadblocks in any energy production and delivery. By working together, energy producers can develop plans that will provide innovative solutions to complex problems.


Energy Resources Symposiasts will explore the latest energy policies and development plans. We will address topics that include technology options, supply-chain management, and logistics advancements in building and managing production and delivery infrastructures. Traditional fossil fuel industries are now combining with wind, solar, nuclear, hydrogen, hydro, pumped hydro, geothermal and more, to create an even more dependable, affordable, and safe energy production and delivery system. Enjoy a comfortable gathering place for individual stakeholders to come together and share their experiences, perspectives and lessons learned, as well as discuss operational challenges, best practices, and innovations that will influence all energy sectors in North America.


The Energy Exposition has educated tens of thousands of people from around the world for over 24 years on procedures, technology, safety, environmental practices, and equipment used in the energy industry. Many of our attendees come from the fossil fuel industry with exhibitors, speakers, and guests from the wind, solar, hydro, and other energy sectors.


Natural gas fuels the largest share of Nevada’s electricity generation, and 8 of the state’s 10 largest power plants by capacity and 7 of the 10 largest by generation are natural gas-fired. In 2022, natural gas fueled 56% of Nevada’s total in-state electricity generation from both utility-scale (greater than 1 megawatt capacity) and small-scale (less than 1 megawatt capacity) plants. Because Nevada is the driest state in the nation, minimizing the use of scarce water is a priority. The state’s largest generating plant, the 1,100-megawatt Chuck Lenzie Generating Station near Las Vegas, uses high-efficiency natural gas combined-cycle technology and recycles three-fourths of the water it uses. The facility also reduces water use with a dry-cooling system that allows the combined-cycle plant to use 7% as much water as an equivalent conventional water-cooled power plant.

In 2022, renewable energy resources—mainly solar, geothermal, and hydroelectric power—accounted for 37% of Nevada’s total in-state electricity net generation. Solar thermal and utility- and small-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) energy together supplied about 23% of the state’s total, while geothermal energy provided 9%. Hoover Dam, one of the nation’s largest hydroelectric dams, is on Nevada’s border with Arizona and has power plants in both states. Hydroelectric power, including Nevada’s share of Hoover Dam, provided about 4% of the state’s total electricity net generation in 2022. Wind and biomass provided the rest of Nevada’s renewable generation. –

Energy is among the most misunderstood concepts. Join us at the Energy Exposition & Resources Symposium to expand your knowledge and understanding. Find solutions and meet new colleagues in our ever-expanding energy industries.



The Tuscany Hotel & Casino has been called the “Hidden Jewel of Las Vegas.” The property is 2 blocks east of the Las Vegas Strip. The hotel has 15 three-story buildings which resemble a condo property rather than a traditional hotel. You can park your car in right front of your building, bypassing valets and long lines.

The comfortable, relaxed environment extends into the Conference Center. The exhibit area and five of the conference rooms are all located on the second floor, so there will be no hurrying from one conference to another, because everything is just a few steps away. A sixth conference room is located on the first floor near the escalator. This conference room is actually a 100-seat theater. The friendly set-up staff, paired with the Energy Exposition professionals, will provide you with an enjoyable experience at the Energy Exposition & Resources Symposium.

Energy is among the most elusive and most misunderstood concepts, and a poor grasp of basic realities has led to many illusions and delusions. As we have seen, energy exists in various forms, and to make it useful to us we need to convert one form of it into another type. But treating this multifaceted abstract as a monolith has been the norm, as if different forms of energy were effortlessly substitutable.