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What will be the killer applications of the smart grid? Wouldn’t we all like to know, but we’re offering Earth2Tech readers a chance to peer into the closest thing we’ve got to a crystal ball. On Thursday morning (starting at 9:30AM PST) we’ll be featuring a […]

What will be the killer applications of the smart grid? Wouldn’t we all like to know, but we’re offering Earth2Tech readers a chance to peer into the closest thing we’ve got to a crystal ball. On Thursday morning (starting at 9:30AM PST) we’ll be featuring a live-streaming video feed right here on Earth2Tech.com of an event we’re hosting that will dig into the next generation of smart grid applications, and the ecosystem that will foster these applications. Five thought leaders — Andy Tang, senior director of PG&E’s Smart Energy Web, Scott Lang, CEO of Silver Spring Networks, Warren Weiss, partner at Foundation Capital, John Steinberg, CEO of EcoFactor, and Darren Brady, Chief Operating Officer of EnerNOC — will discuss the future of smart grid applications, and a live audience of about 75 executives will weigh in with their thoughts.

We just closed the registration to attend in person, but watching the live feed will let you learn a whole lot from the comfort of your couch (or office, or cafe). And we’d also like to hear questions from our virtual audience, so please submit them into the comment section of this post between now and Thursday morning and I’ll try to get them answered during the session. During the event on Thursday morning, please submit questions via Twitter with the tag #e2tbunker and we’ll have an Earth2Tech staffer monitoring those goodies. Come tune in on Thursday and learn about the future of the smart grid.

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  1. José Antonio Vanderhorst-Silverio, Ph.D. Wednesday, January 27, 2010

    Hello Katie,

    To enable killer applications, there is a need to have the proper context. For that reason, I have a few prerequisite questions, which are summarized in the EWPC post as “Is the US Behind Germany in the Coming Energy Revolution,” which can be read at http://bit.ly/dwkvRD

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