2012 Silicon Valley Energy Storage Symposium

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Wednesday, May 30, 2012
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Microsoft Auditorium
1065 La Avenida Street
Mountain View, 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 about energy storage and how we can move the industry forward in Silicon Valley.

The event will include keynote presentations from FERC Commissioner Cheryl A. LaFleur, Steve Berberich, President and Chief Executive Officer of the California ISO, and Imre Gyuk, Energy Storage Research Program Manager for the U.S. Department of Energy.  The agenda will include updates on energy storage at the state and federal levels, as well as a fresh look at the local energy storage industry.  The symposium will also include panel discussions about the role of storage on the grid in relation to transmission and generation, and the decision-making process for implementing storage technologies from an end-user perspective.

Keynote Speakers

Cheryl A. LaFleur

Steve Berberich

Imre Gyuk

Cheryl A. LaFleur

Commissioner
Federal Energy
Regulatory Commission
Steve Berberich

President and
Chief Executive Officer
California Independent System
Operator Corporation
Imre Gyuk

Energy Storage Research
Program Manager
U.S. Department of Energy

…plus a variety of local energy storage experts.

In partnership with

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CA Energy Storage Alliance (CESA) logo
Clean Coalition logo
Clean Tech Open logo
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Environmental Business Cluster logo
Electric Power Research Initiative logo
Berkeley Lab logo
MegaWatt Storage Farms logo
Pacific Gas and Electric logo
Primus Power logo
Silicon Valley Leadership Group logo
Strategen logo
Sunspec Alliance logo
UC Santa Cruz logo
Greentech Media logo
Stanford University Global Climate & Energy Project logo

Media Partners

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Daily Energy Report logo
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Greentech Media logo

Exhibitors

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Caly Nanotechnologies logo
Clean Tech Open logo
Customized Energy Solutions logo
Greensmith logo
IESA logo
LCG Consulting logo
One-Cycle Control logo
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