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As computers, mobile devices and online services become a more prominent part of our daily lives, we need to figure out how we’re going to power the always-connected culture. Fortunately, some of the most innovative minds in tech are working to solve this problem at every level: from low-power computing to the smart grid, from mobile apps to manage an electric vehicle’s energy consumption to the EV itself.
Today, at our third-annual Green:Net conference at Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco, we’ll focus on digital energy. We’ll talk to the cleantech industry’s innovators about smart grid applications, connected electric cars, energy management tools, greener data centers, energy storage and using the web to share things more efficiently.
Our livestream of the event begins at 8:25 a.m. PT, and we will liveblog the onstage sessions throughout the day. Join the conversation on Twitter: use the #greennet hashtag and follow live tweets from the event @greennet.The YouTube ID of http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLZdSb0bQCA7nn-EIxKHPqnoaJpfs2Dwes is invalid.
Liveblogged stories from the event:
- Without Energy Literacy, Conservation Efforts Are Flying Blind
- Cleaner Power and Smart Grid Requires Clear Sales Pitch for Consumers
- DOE Loan Chief: Budget Changes Are Favorable to the Program
- The Clean Web Is the Next Innovation in Green Tech
- Startups Take Sharing Beyond the Sandbox
- Microsoft Sees Smart Cloud-based Solutions for Resource Management
- As Cleantech Matures, So Does Approach to Funding
- Google Green Czar: No Moore’s Law for Data Center Efficiency
- Consumers Will Lead the Way for Smart Grid Adoption
- Will Consumers or Utilities Control the Future Power Grid?
- Sustainability and Design: The Key to Efficiency
- Cisco Wants Intelligent Networks to Become the Fourth Utility
- In Energy Storage, Value Trumps Cost
- For VCs, No More Chasing Magic Batteries
- Got EV Range Anxiety? There’s an App for That
- Tesla and Coda: There’s Space for Indie EV Car Makers