On Tuesday, March 18, Astia and SDForum will present the first program in the 2008 Clean Tech Breakfast Series. This program is entitled "Solar Technology – Will Thin Film Take Over?" and will feature a panel that will provide insights into the challenges and opportunities in thin film, crystalline, and other solar technologies. The panelists invited for this program are:
- Eugenia Corrales – VP Engineering, SolFocus
- Annie Hazlehurst – Analyst, Draper Fisher Jurveston
- Dr. Kieran F. Drain – CEO, NanoGram
- Jason Matlof – Partner, Battery Ventures
- Jennifer McFarlane – CFO, CleanSource Power
- James Chapman – Partner, Nixon Peabody (moderator)
This program will be held from 8:00 am – 10:00 am at the office of Nixon Peabody, One Embarcadero Center, 18th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94111. The cost for SDForum members is $25 and $30 for non-members.
In addition, the schedule for future programs in the 2008 Clean Tech Breakfast Series is:
- April 22: Cellulosic Ethanol Technologies – What’s Real?
- May 20: Will Algae Bloom?
- July 29: Energy Storage
- September 30: Innovations in Clean Tech Project Financing
- October 21: Energy Efficiency
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