2011 Silicon Valley Energy Storage Symposium

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

AMD Commons Building
991 Stewart Drive
Sunnyvale, CA (View Map)

Description

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.

Keynote Speaker

Commissioner Philip D. Moeller headshot

Commissioner Philip D. Moeller
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Additional Featured Speakers

  • 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
    Founder and Managing Partner, StrateGen Consulting LLC
  • Robert Schainker (moderator)
    Senior Technical Executive, Electric Power Research Institute
  • Eric Wesoff (moderator)
    Senior Analyst, Greentech Media

In partnership with

Applied Materials logo
Armageddon Energy logo
CA Energy Storage Alliance (CESA) logo
Clean Tech Open logo
Electric Power Research Initiative logo
Electricity Storage Association logo
Environmental Business Cluster logo
Stanford University Global Climate & Energy Project logo
Greentech Media logo
Pacific Gas and Electric logo
Pillsbury logo
Precourt Institute for Energy (PIE) logo
Primus Power logo
Santa Clara University logo
Silicon Valley Leadership Group logo
SolarTech logo
UC Santa Cruz logo

Exhibitors

A123 Systems logo
Berkeley Lab logo
Calmac logo
Clean Tech Open logo
DRI Energy logo
Electric Power Research Initiative logo
iEnergyIQ logo
McCalmont Engineering logo
Trane logo
UC Santa Cruz logo

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