If you want to get in on the early bird tickets for Green:Net 2011 — the only conference that looks at digital energy and how software, computing and the Internet can be used to fight climate change — grab ‘em while they’re still here! Early bird ticket sales end this Saturday (yes, tomorrow), and previous GreenNet shows have sold out!
We’re super excited for this year’s event, which will be held on April 21, in San Francisco, and which will focus on topics like smart grid applications, connected electric cars, energy management tools, greener data centers, energy storage and using the web to share “stuff” more efficiently. I’ve been updating our speaker list over the past few weeks, and it now includes inspiring speakers like:
- NRG Energy CEO David Crane
- Google’s Green Energy Czar Bill Weihl
- Autodesk CEO Carl Bass
- The Department of Energy’s Loan Chief Jonathan Silver
- EVP, CMO, Founder Silver Spring Networks, Eric Dresselhuys
- CEO of OPower Daniel Yates
- CEO of Control4 Will West
- Other Lab Founder Saul Griffith
- Cisco SVP Emerging Technologies Group Marthin De Beer
- GE Venture Capital Managing Director Kevin Skillern
- Foundation Capital Partner Steve Vassallo
- Microsoft Environmental Chief Rob Bernard
- Yahoo’s Director of Sustainability Christina Page
- Claremont Creek Ventures Partner Nat Goldhaber
- AES Energy Storage President Chris Shelton
- A123 Systems, VP Business Development, Energy Solutions Group, Chris Campbell
We’re also featuring 10 companies who will make up the GreenNet 2011 Big Ideas companies, and are our picks for the most innovative companies focused on digital energy and the intersection of IT and green. If you’re interested in being considered in this Big Ideas group, submit your company info here.
Come join us on April 21 in San Francisco, for a day of discussion, fun, and networking. See you there!