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2017 North American Power Symposium - West Virginia University, September 17-19

Conference Venue

Morgantown Marriot at Waterfront PlaceConference Venue: Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place
Address: Two Waterfront Place Morgantown, West Virginia, 26501
Phone: 304-296-1700
Website: Marriott at Waterfront Place


Reserve your room for the conference at a special group rate with the Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place
The rate will be 104.00 USD per night for the nights of 9/16/17 through9/19/17.

Attendees may make reservations by calling the hotel directly at 304-296-1700 and reference the group’s name and dates to get the special rate. Attendees may also make their reservations online:
Book your hotel here

The last day to book at this rate is: 8/31/17


Getting to Morgantown

Morgantown is located in the northern part of West Virginia (five miles from Mason-Dixon Line) at the intersection of interstate highways I-79 and I-68. The city is conveniently located approximately 75 miles (120 km) from Pittsburgh (PA) International Airport (code PIT); about 200 miles (320 km) from Dulles International Airport (code IAD), in Washington, D.C.; about 300 miles (483 km) from Niagara Falls, New York; approximately 380 miles (611 km) from Newark Liberty International Airport (cod EWR), in Newark, New Jersey; and about 400 miles (643 km) from John F. Kennedy International Airport (cod - JFK), in New York, New York.


The closest airport to the meeting headquarters is Hart Field Morgantown Municipal Airport (code MGW - Daily flights are offered to and from the Washington D.C. Dulles International Airport and Pittsburgh International Airport. The conference center is about 10 minutes away (by bus or taxi) from Hart Field Airport.


For ease of convenience, the Grey Line Mountain Bus runs a shuttle from Pittsburgh International Airport to Morgantown twice a day. (


Connellsville, Pennsylvania, and Greensburg, Pennsylvania, have Amtrak stations that are located 37 miles (59.2 km) and 64 miles (102.4 km) from Morgantown, respectively.


A Personal Rapid Transit system is a unique on-demand automated means of transportation for members of the Morgantown community to travel inside the city. It connects the Downtown, Evansdale and Health Sciences campuses of West Virginia University.