State Attorney General Jerry Brown, Google’s Green Energy Czar Bill Weihl and Squid Labs Co-Founder Paul Griffith are just a few of the speakers at tomorrow’s GreenNet 2010 conference. GreenNet is organized by Earth2Tech, which is of course a fellow GigaOM network blog, and we’re happy to report that they are going to stream almost the entire event live online, starting at 8:30 a.m. Pacific with some opening remarks by Om Malik. The stream will be featured on the Earth2Tech home page.
Some of the topics of the event include: the future of the smart grid, the IT industry’s role in fighting climate change and Google and Microsoft’s energy management efforts. Jerry Brown will tell the audience about his vision of green tech as the motor for California’s economy, and there will be a launch pad with ten companies building cool green tech stuff.
Check out the full schedule for all the details, and please note that workshops won’t be part of the live stream. However, I’ve heard there are still a few select tickets available in case you want to stop by the Mission Bay Conference Center and hear from Greenpeace and other workshop hosts.
Conference attendees will also have a chance to say hi to our own Ryan Lawler, who will be live-blogging the event, as well as reconnect with long-lost NewTeeVee veteran Chris Albrecht and quiz him about his fancy new job title (check out the GreenNet schedule to see what I’m talking about).