The 2015 WTUI Conference will be held in Long Beach, California at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center from March 15 – 18, 2015. This will be WTUI’s first time holding its conference in Long Beach and we are very excited, especially since it will be WTUI’s 25th anniversary! Long Beach is settled along 5½ miles of sandy coastline and is the quintessential getaway. Located just 20 miles south of Los Angeles, it boasts both the ambience of a sophisticated urban center and the charm of a seaside community. Long Beach is California’s seventh largest city which offers a dynamic range of oceanfront hotels, attractions, shopping, recreational activities, art and culture, restaurants and nightly entertainment that make it an ideal destination for WTUI conference attendees and guests. Some of the most recognized attractions are the Queen Mary, one of the most recognized attractions to sail the Atlantic Ocean; Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific, a world-class facility and home to more than 11,000 inhabitants of the Pacific Ocean; and picturesque Rainbow Harbor, an exciting entertainment/dining/shopping complex.
We have contracted with the Hyatt Regency Long Beach and Renaissance Long Beach Hotels for our conference attendees and guests, which are all within a few steps from the Convention Center.
To ensure that you receive Western Turbine Users Conference and membership information, please confirm that your contact information below is correct. This will help us to get updated information to you. If you no longer wish to receive WTUI information, please let us know. Conference information will be available on our website, www.wtui.com on November 1, 2014 which will redirect you to the 2015 conference registration website. We look forward to seeing you in Long Beach to celebrate our 25th anniversary!
Please extend this invitation to your fellow colleagues. All GE aeroderivative users are invited.
2015 WTUI Registration is Now Open!
For new Users interested in the conference click here for the New User Orientation & LM Engine Familiarization