Senior Project Manager
Kevin Wallace is a professional chemical/mechanical engineer, and the geothermal market lead for POWER Engineers, the world’s leading firm for large flash geothermal power generation plants. He has been a project director, project manager, project engineer and principal design and field engineer for more than 650 MW of new geothermal plant capacity in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the U.S. since 1997.
Based in Idaho, he is now a Senior Project Manager for POWER and its Renewables Market Manager. He is a notable specialist in plant conceptual design and feasibility evaluation and has a formidable background in field support engineering for the construction of large plants in remote locations on many continents. As POWER’s geothermal project director, he has extensive experience in project definition, detailed engineering supervision, and consultation for geothermal flash, binary and dry steam projects. He is now leading POWER’s work in Turkey, the Geysers, Mexico, Kenya, Chile, and Nicaragua.
Before joining POWER, he worked as a mechanical/chemical and controls engineer for PG&E in California. He holds the B.S. in Chemical/Nuclear Engineering (1984) from the University of California at Berkeley, and the M.S. in Chemical/Environmental Engineering (1994) from San Jose State University.