GreenBeat 2010 — Charging the Super Grid
Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 3:00 PM - Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 7:00 PM (PDT)
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SSE Labs of Stanford University and VentureBeat are proud to host GreenBeat 2010 -- The Conference on the Super Grid -- at Stanford University on November 3rd & 4th. This year's conference will explore the evolution of the grid and how the new "Super Grid" is creating huge opportunities in autos, storage and renewables.
Stanford students click here for your special discounted ticket rate.
GreenBeat 2010 will bring together over 400 entrepreneurs, utility executives, technology executives, policymakers, investors, and press for provocative discussion, debate and power networking. In 2009, the inaugural GreenBeat Conference assembled a powerful mix of those leading the world’s Smart Grid initiatives, including former Vice President and Noble Prize winner Al Gore, Kleiner Perkins' John Doerr, Khosla Venture’s Vinod Khosla, and Cisco’s Laura Ipsen, to name a few.
The 2010 program will feature a similar mix of those leading the next generation of developments in this dynamic market and focus the hottest trends that are charging the Super Grid. Topics will include:
• Electric Cars & The Grid
• Consumers & Efficiency
• Storage & Batteries, Fuel Cells
• The Rise of Distributed Power
• Grid Investing Trends
• Grid Operating System & Demand Response
• Privacy & Security
• Wireless Warfare
• DOE, Arpa-E & Policy
Check out the agenda and speaker list here.
GreenBeat 2010 will also feature the second annual Innovation Competition. Companies with the freshest ideas and most promising business models involving smart grid technologies will have a chance to present live at the event.
SSE Labs and VentureBeat invite you to join us for a day and a half of thought provoking sessions, keynotes and networking events.
VentureBeat covers disruptive technology and explains why it matters in our lives. We’re the leading publication for news and perspective on the most innovative technologies, and we also bring the community together several times per year through our own executive-level conferences.
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