The intersection of the Internet and the greentech boom represents an incredible opportunity to define new markets, solve big problems and apply the talent of the Internet industry to the most important cause to date: saving the planet. Green:Net 2010 will see top green entrepreneurs, technologists and market-leading companies convene on April 29th in San Francisco. Maximize the value of your time by meeting with thought leaders, technologists, investors, press, new startups and their future customers. One venue. One day. San Francisco.
Earth2Tech Readers can get a $75 discount — just follow this link and register now for Green:Net 2010. But hurry, this event will sell out!
A selection from our speaker list includes:
- Jerry Brown, California Attorney General and Gubernatorial Candidate
- Vinod Khosla, Founder, Khosla Ventures
- Steve Jurvetson, Managing Director at Draper Fisher Jurvetson
- Bill Weihl, Google’s Green Energy Czar
- Jason Few, President of Reliant Energy
- Dian Grueneich, Commissioner for the California Public Utilities Commission
- Laura Ipsen, SVP and GM, Smart Grid, Cisco
- Eric Dresselhuys, EVP, Silver Spring Networks
Companies represented include Ford (s F), IBM (s IBM), Nissan, General Motors (s GM), Cisco (s CSCO), Silver Spring Networks, SAP, Reliant Energy, Microsoft (s MSFT), Greenpeace and many more.
Please find further details on our conference web site:
We’ll look at topics including what’s next for the smart grid, how utilities can use IT to get ready for the influx of electric vehicles, how the web can be used to replace atoms with bits, what Internet giants Google and Microsoft see in the energy industry — and how policy can spur it all. Don’t miss it.
So join us on April 29th in San Francisco as we find new opportunities for how technology entrepreneurs can shape the future of greentech.
- Green:Net 2010
- April 29, Mission Bay Conference Center, San Francisco
For exhibit opportunities call Mike Sly at (415) 235-0358 or email events at gigaom dot com.
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