Energy Symposium

Wednesday January 20, 2010
8:45 am – 12:30 pm

AMD Commons Building | 991 Stewart Drive | Sunnyvale, California (map)

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Please join us for the Silicon Valley Energy
Storage Symposium & Technology
Showcase.

Silicon Valley is world famous for its accomplishments in
technological innovation. The region upholds this reputation
through continually evolving, harboring the creativity and
resources needed to facilitate new technological developments.
This symposium is one step in achieving our goal to continue
the reputation of Silicon Valley through the next wave of
innovation: cleantech.

This symposium is intended to bring together key participants
– from the public and private sectors, and from the academic
and research communities – to engage in a discussion of the
future of energy storage, and how we can make Silicon Valley
the center of innovative energy storage technologies. It will be
an opportunity for small and big businesses and researchers
alike to showcase their work in the energy storage space.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER


Brad Roberts
Power Quality Systems Director
for S&C Electric Company
Executive Director of the Electricity
Storage Association (ESA)


PANELISTS

Sylvia Burks, Partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Aloke Gupta, Senior Energy Analyst, Energy Division, CPUC
Hal La Flash, Director of Emerging Clean Technology Policy
  at PG&E
Janice Lin, Director of the California Energy Storage Alliance
David MacMillan, President and Co-Founder of Megawatt
  Storage Farms
Dan Rastler, Program Manager, Energy Storage and
  Distributed Generation at EPRI
Tom Stepien, Chief Operating Officer for Primus Power
Kelsey Lynn [Moderator], Principal at Firelake Capital
  Management
Melinda Richter [Moderator], Executive Director of the
  San Jose Environmental Business Cluster


Seating is limited, please register early to secure
your spot. 
Event registration includes lunch.

  • Regular Price: $55
  • Partner Networks: $35
  • Exhibitor: $100
  • Student: $15*

NOTE: Registration deadline is 5:00 pm PST on
Monday Jan. 18th. Online registration only
(not available on day of event).

*please bring student ID, registration discount limited
to first 50 students. Email Rachel Massaro
() for discount code.

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