A resident of Delaware, Leena has been an active supporter of the American Red Cross for several years.
Eli Lyons has joined geoAMPS as Vice President of Business Development. He has extensive experience in the Right of Way industry, having previously served as Vice President of Business Development for Summit Resources.
“I am pleased to welcome Eli to the geoAMPS team,” Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer, said. “He is a firm believer in the potential and impact of geoAMPS products.”
geoAMPS, a company located in Powell, is inviting local residents to donate blood during an American Red Cross blood drive on Friday, Feb. 12, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.geoAMPS is hosting the blood drive at its office, 3821 Attucks Drive in the Wedgewood Office Park.
Those who donate blood will have the chance to win $2,000 in Kroger gift cards for gas or groceries.
geoAMPS has been named among the 20 Most Promising Utilities Technologies by CIOReview magazine. Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, was interviewed for an article about how the geoAMPS solution benefits utilities and other industries.
The article appears in a special December 2015 edition focused on utilities technology.
The geoAMPS team gave in a big way to the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. Each year, geoAMPS employees have donated nonperishable food items and money to help those less fortunate have nutritious meals during the holidays.
The team’s donations amounted to 7,329 meals, which far exceeded the food and money donated in 2014.
The geoAMPS software solution for development and operation of renewable energy projects is featured in the November/December 2015 edition of North American Clean Energy, a leading provider of news and information about renewable energy industries.
altAMPS is part of the geoAMPS suite of software products. altAMPS is specially designed for renewable energy projects, such as wind farms, solar panel fields, geothermal plants and biomass facilities.
Renewable energy industries have learned in recent years that they cannot depend upon the Production Tax Credit and other tax incentives to help in project development. Even though the tax credits have led to increased development and job creation, politicians in Washington have been unable to agree to extend the credits.
While the debate in Washington continues, advances in technology are helping the industry reduce the cost of project development. New articles from geoAMPS, published on The Energy Collective and altEnergyMag websites, discuss how those advances in technology are aiding the industry at this critical time.
geoAMPS was presented with the Fast 50 award during an awards luncheon Oct. 15 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Columbus.
A Columbus, OH-area company that provides software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets, geoAMPS was named to the Fast 50 list of fastest growing companies in Central Ohio for 2015.
geoAMPS is helping raise money as a sponsor of the Columbus Dodgeball Tournament. The Columbus Dodgeball Tournament is supporting the International Justice Mission (IJM), a human right agency dedicated to making freedom possible for children and families around the world. The funds raised will support IJM’s efforts to free individuals and families held in slavery, children forced into prostitution and others trapped in violent injustice around the world.
The past few months have been rough on the oil industry. The price for oil has plummeted, dropping to a level half of what it was last year. The result has been company bankruptcies, mergers, layoffs and cancelled projects.
Despite this dire news, the industry is still poised to produce more oil in 2015 than it did last year. Advancements in technology are a major reason. These advancements are being introduced at each stage of oil production, from analyzing drilling sites, to acquiring land rights to develop new wells, drilling and extraction, pipeline construction, project operation and maintenance, and standardizing organizational procedures.