Wednesday January 12, 2011
8:30 am – 1:00 pm

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

Please join us for the 2011 Silicon Valley Energy Storage Symposium.

This symposium will 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 move the industry forward in Silicon Valley.

The event will feature a keynote address by FERC Commissioner Philip Moeller, plus panel discussions highlighting local energy storage projects as well as an in-depth discussion
of the challenges we face in getting more storage on the grid.


Commissioner Philip D. Moeller
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

      Martin Caballero - Engineering Technician, Modesto Irrigation District
      Aloke Gupta - Senior Energy Analyst, Energy Division, California Public Utilities Commission
      David Hawkins - Senior Principal Consultant, KEMA
      Craig Horne - President & CEO, EnerVault
      Hal La Flash - Director of Emerging Clean Technology Policy,
Pacific Gas & Electric
      Carl Lenox - Principal Engineer, Technology Development, SunPower Corporation
      Janice Lin - Director, California Energy Storage Alliance, and
Founder and Managing Partner, StrateGen Consulting LLC
      Robert Schainker (moderator) - Senior Technical Executive, Electric Power Research Institute 
      Eric Wesoff (moderator) - Senior Analyst, Greentech Media

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. 10th. 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.

In partnership with:

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