2013 Silicon Valley Energy Storage Symposium

4th Annual Energy Storage Symposium header

Thursday, April 11, 2013
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 Assistant Secretary Patricia Hoffman of the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, and Assemblymember Nancy Skinner (15th District). The agenda will include updates on energy storage at the state and federal levels, as well as a deep dive into some local energy storage initiatives.

Keynote Speakers

Patricia Hoffman headshot

Nancy Skinner headshot

Patricia Hoffman

Assistant Secretary
U.S. Department of Energy
Office of Electricity Delivery
and Energy Reliability
Nancy Skinner

Assemblymember, 15th District
California State Assembly

Additional Featured Speakers

  • Jeff Anderson
    Managing Director, CalCEF
    Interim Executive Director, CalCharge
  • Doug Davenport
    Senior Program Manager, Partnerships, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Environmental Energy Technology Division
  • Tom Edmunds
    Associate Program Leader, Energy Systems Analysis, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Chris Marnay
    Staff Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Brian Orion
    Principal, Lawyers for Clean Energy
  • Carla Peterman
    Commissioner, California Public Utilities Commission
  • Mark Rothleder
    VP, Market Quality and Renewable Integration, California Independent System Operator Corporation
  • Venkat Srinivasan
    Head of the Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Department, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Jon Eric Thalman
    Director Regulatory Strategy, Electric Operations, Pacific Gas & Electric
  • Jon Wellinghoff
    Chairman, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

In partnership with:

Applied Materials
CA Energy Storage Alliance
Clean Coalition
Clean Tech Open
Electricity Storage Association
Electric Power Research Initiative
Stanford GCEP logo
Lawyers For Clean Energy
MegaWatt Storage Farms
PG&E logo
Primus Power
PREScience International
Strategen
Sunspec
Lawrence Burkeley Lab
Baskin Engineering
Calcharge logo
CENSEPS
American Vanadium logo

Exibitors:

S&C Electric
McCalmont Engineering
Customized Energy Solutions
IP Checkups
Greensmith logo

Media Partners:

Green VC
Daily Energy Report

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