Joe Yarbrough, Xcel Energy
New to this year is the addition of Nuclear Training. The training will allow you to be familiar with the functional/physical and testing requirements associated with a nuclear power plant simulator used for operator training and examination in accordance with ANSI/ANS-3.5-2009. As an attendee, please feel free to join as the training will be included in your PowerPlantSim’20 registration. If you are interested in the training alone, it can be purchased individually for the fee of $300 with the manual form below.
Complete forms and payments are due by Sunday, December 1, 2019. Booth space(s) are assigned by a first come, first serve basis.
Once you turn in your Exhibitor and Sponsor Prospectus Form to us, you can begin making arrangements for your booth(s) with the Exhibitor Kit. The kit includes arrangements for shipping, booth setup, and video and electrical needs, etc. Please send your complete kit to our Shepard Contact, Marcy Anderson.
Regular Registration | *Before December 8, 2019
Late Registration | *December 9, 2019 thereafter
Nuclear Training | *Included with Regular and Late Registration to Conference
Group Rate Website
Reservations can also be made by phone: (866) 912-1083
Hotel Group Rate Deadline: Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Walk to many of the top things to do in Chattanooga from the hotel setting in the heart of the bustling downtown district. Take in panoramic views of the Appalachian Mountains as you enjoy the many outdoor activities available just moments from The Westin Chattanooga. World-class hiking, mountain biking and rock climbing opportunities are just minutes away. Taking a scenic stroll on the 13-mile Riverwalk along the beautiful Tennessee River is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon.
Discover the waterfront district just a short drive away where, among other exciting attractions, you’ll find the Tennessee Aquarium. Escape for an afternoon to the IMAX Theater. Take the whole family to the Children’s Discovery Museum or the Chattanooga Ducks Tour. Go all-out for mountaintop fun with a short drive to Incline Railway, Rock City and Ruby Falls in nearby Lookout Mountain.
On your itinerary this weekend, don’t forget to include stops at Tivoli Theatre, Hunter Museum and the Bluff View Art District. Visit the Main Street Arts District whenever you feel like having an upscale dining and art gallery lifestyle experience. There is something for everyone to enjoy in beautiful Chattanooga, TN.
Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport (CHA)
Airport Phone: +1 423-855-2200
This hotel does not provide shuttle service.
001 Airport Rd., Chattanooga, TN 37421, USA. Get on I-24 W from Airport Rd and US-11 S/US-64 W9 min. (3.8 mi.). Continue on I-24 W to Pine St. Take exit 1B from US-27 N7 min. (6.7 mi.). Continue straight onto Pine St. Destination will be on the left 41 S. (436 ft.). The Westin Chattanooga, 801 Pine St., Chattanooga, TN 37402, USA.
Things To Do
Bike Chattanooga is a bicycle transit system featuring hundreds of bikes at over 33 stations located throughout Chattanooga and available for you 24/7, 365 days a year. Each station has a touchscreen kiosk, system and neighborhood map, and docking points which releases bikes using a member key or ride code. You must be 16 years or older to ride Bike Chattanooga.
Bike Chattanooga is a fun Chattanooga activity that allows you to experience the vibrancy of the City. Just walk up to any Bike Chattanooga station kiosk to purchase an access pass by using your credit or debit card.
Downtown Electric Shuttle
The Downtown Electric Shuttle is the easiest way to get around Downtown Chattanooga and it’s a free ride. Electric shuttles run daily – about every 5 minutes from the Chattanooga Choo Choo to the Tennessee Aquarium with stops every block in between. The shuttle provides front-door transportation to attractions, convention center, shopping, hotels and employment sites in the downtown area. All shuttle buses are wheelchair accessible.