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2010 Silicon Valley Energy Summit

Bay Area Climate Collaborative

Friday, June 25, 2010 from 7:30 AM to 7:00 PM (PDT)

Stanford, CA

2010 Silicon Valley Energy Summit

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Silicon Valley Leadership Group Member Registration Ended $220.00 $0.00
Non-Member Registration Ended $260.00 $0.00
Non-Profit/Government Rate Ended $155.00 $0.00
University Student Rate - Limited Ended $50.00 $0.00
Early Bird Non-Member Registration Ended $215.00 $6.37
Early Bird Silicon Valley Leadership Group Member Registration Ended $195.00 $5.87
Early Bird Non-Profit/Government Ended $125.00 $4.12

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Event Details

The 2010 Energy Summit is a signature event of both the Silicon Valley Leadership Group and the Stanford University Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, attracting a broad range of executives and representatives from influential Silicon Valley companies and organizations.  Last year’s Summit drew a record crowd of more than 500 attendees, and we anticipate reaching capacity well before the event this year as well.  


T
he 2010 Energy Summit is an essential event for members of the Silicon Valley business community. Practical and inspirational, it serves as a  manual for sustainable business by combining current best practices with a guide to upcoming technologies and government regulation regarding energy.  

During the one-day event, participants learn that sustainable energy use is about more than feel-good environmentalism; it is about planning for growth in a market of diminishing resources and changing stakeholder priorities.


2010 Silicon Valley Energy Summit Agenda


7:30 – 8:30   Registration, Continental Breakfast, and Networking


8:30 – 8:45   Welcome and Introduction

  • Carl Guardino, President & CEO, Silicon Valley Leadership Group
  • Jim Sweeney, Director, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Stanford University


8:45 – 9:30   Keynote: “Smart Grid Silicon Valley: The Path to a Clean, Reliable Energy Future” by Chris Johns, President, Pacific Gas and Electric Company

Introduction by San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed


9:30 – 10:30    Adding Renewables to California's Electricity Mix: Opportunities and Challenges

  • Jim Detmers, VP of Operation, California ISO
  • Tom Werner, CEO, SunPower
  • Steve Malnight, VP for Renewables, Pacific Gas and Electric Company

Moderator/Provocateur: Barbara Heydorn, Director, Center of Excellence in Energy, SRI International


10:30 – 10:35   Silicon Valley Power Awards


10:35 – 11:00   Networking Break



Three Parallel Sessions on Policy Issues, End-User Energy Efficiency, and Smart Grid/Carbon Management



11:00 – 12:00   California’s Carbon Policy - What’s In Store?

Sponsored by SAP

  • Kevin Kennedy, California Air Resources Board
  • Larry Goulder, Stanford University
  • Peter Miller, Natural Resource Defense Council

 

 

 

Moderator/Provocateur:  George Shultz, Former U.S. Secretary of State



11:00 – 12:00   Energy Efficiency for End-Users: Tools and Techniques

  • Fahmida Ahmed & Scott Gould, Stanford University
  • Ron Kalich, Kaiser Permanente
  • Floyd Dudley II, Assistant Director of Energy & Engineering, CSU San Marcos

Moderator/Provocateur: Michael Lechner, Program Manager, Quantum Energy Services and Technologies, Inc.


11:00 – 12:00   Smart Grid: Technology and Feedback

 

Sponsored by Wells Fargo

  • Scott Lang: CEO, Silver Spring Networks
  • Daniel Yates, CEO, OPower
  • Ed Lu, Cleantech Consultant and former head of Google PowerMeter project

Moderator/Provocateur:  Carrie Armel, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Stanford University



12:00 – 12:30   Lunch Break



12:30-1:30   Lunch Discussion: Clean Energy: Fueling the Next Wave of Silicon Valley Startups

Sponsored by Silicon Valley Bank

  • John Denniston, Partner, Kleiner Perkins
  • Erik Straser, Partner, Mohr Davidow Ventures
  • Alan Salzman, CEO, Vantage Point Venture Partners

Moderator/Provocateur: Nancy Pfund, Managing Partner, DBL Investors



1:30 – 2:30   Your New Utility Bill: Where is it Heading? Peak Day, Real Time Pricing, and Direct Access

  • Tom Bottorff, Senior Vice President, Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  • Sue Mara, Consultant, Alliance of Retail Energy Markets
  • Barbara Barkovich, Consultant, California Large Energy Consumers Association

Moderator/Provocateur: Ralph Renne, Director of Site Operations, NetApp


1:30 – 2:30   Energy Efficiency: Management Strategies

Sponsored by Chevron Energy Solutions

  • Jerry Meek Sr. Manager, Energy and Sustainability, Genetech
  • Nayeem Sheikh, Global Energy Manager, CISCO

Moderator/Provocateur: Michael Kanellos, CEO Greentech Media


1:30 – 2:30   Smart Grid: Consumer Feedback and Response

  • Carrie Hollenberg, Senior Consultant, Strategic Business Insights
  • Karen Herter, President, Herter Energy Research Solutions
  • Brad Williams, VP of Utilities Global Business Unit’s Product Management, Oracle

Moderator/Provocateur: Matt Lecar, Principal, Smart Grid Center of Excellence, GE Energy




2:30 – 3:30   Going Global:  Opportunities in Energy/Clean Tech

  • Geoff Munro & Marc LePage, Canadian Embassy
  • R. Sean Randolph, President & CEO, Bay Area Council Economic Institute

Moderator/Provocateur: Joe Nation, Stanford University


2:30 – 3:30   Building Energy Efficiency Drivers, Regulations, and Motivations

  • Mark Hydeman, Principal, Taylor Engineering
  • Ralph Renne, Director of Site Operations, NetApp
  • Michael Bangs, Director of Facilities, Adobe Systems

Moderator/Provocateur: Jeff Byron, Commissioner, California Energy Commission


2:30 – 3:30   Business Challenges for Carbon Reporting

  • Michel Gelobter, Chief Green Officer, Hara Software
  • Jim Davis, Executive Director, Sustainability, Energy & Climate Impact Solutions, SAP
  • Bruce Klafter, Managing Director, Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, Applied Materials

Moderator/Provocateur: Christina Page, Director of Climate and Energy Strategy, Yahoo!



3:30 – 4:00   Networking Break



4:00 – 4:55   Keynote by U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (Washington)


4:45– 4:50   Wrap-up and Adjourn to Reception

  • Bob Hines, VP and General Counsel, Silicon Valley Leadership Group
  • Jim Sweeney, Director, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Stanford University



5:00 – 6:30   Networking Reception

Supporting Sponsors: Gordon Biersch and Wente Vineyards


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For more information on 2010 Energy Summit, contact Anne Smart with the Silicon Valley Leadership Group at asmart@svlg.org or call: 408-501-7871

For more information on opportunities for sponsorship, please contact Bob Hines at bhines@svlg.org  or 408-501-7864. 

 


About The Silicon Valley Leadership Group

Silicon Valley remains the innovation capital of the world, and the mission of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group is to tackle those issues that will help Silicon Valley remain the international capital of innovation, with a healthy business climate and a great quality of life for our workers.


About Precourt Energy Efficiency Center

The Precourt Energy Efficiency Center (PEEC) promotes energy-efficient technologies, systems, and practices, emphasizing economically attractive deployment. PEEC works to understand and overcome market, policy, technology, and human behavior barriers and informs public and private policymaking. Drawing upon the intellectual resources of Stanford University, PEEC utilizes faculty-led research teams that include students and postdoctoral fellows who bring expertise from many disciplines.

 


No cancellations—Substitutions are encouraged!  Please contact the Leadership Group Office at 408-501-7864 for assistance.


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When & Where


Stanford University
John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn Building, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)
366 Galvez Street
Stanford, CA 94305-6015

Friday, June 25, 2010 from 7:30 AM to 7:00 PM (PDT)


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Bay Area Climate Collaborative

Through Bridge to the Clean Economy: Low Carbon, High Impact Market Initiatives for the Bay Area, a project of the Bay Area Climate Collaborative (BACC), regional clean energy and climate leaders are shaping and advancing market-oriented initiatives for economic development and rapid emissions reductions in the 2-5 year time frame. Proposed strategic action initiatives will target four key domains: electric vehicles, commercial energy efficiency, residential upgrades and distributed renewables. More information below and at http://bridgetocleaneconomy.org.

The Bay Area Climate Collaborative (BACC) is a public-private initiative accelerating the clean energy economy. A project of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, major partners include Bank of America, Pacific Gas & Electric, Environmental Defense Fund and local governments representing over 70 percent of the Bay Area population. For more information on the BACC, please visit: www.baclimate.org.


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