Astia and SDForum to Present Panel on Energy Storage on July 29 (2008 Clean Tech Breakfast Series)

On July 29, Astia and  SDForum will present the fourth program in the 2008 Clean Tech Breakfast Series.  This program is entitled "Energy Storage" and will feature a panel that will provide insights into current and potentially new energy storage technologies.  Questions that will be discussed in this program include:

  • What are the pros and cons of a national (or state) electrical storage system much like the national Petroleum Reserve?
  • What programs are developing for the storage of solar and wind power?
  • Would an electric power storage system help to stabilize electricity markets?
  • Would an emphasis on energy storage make renewable energy more economically viable and more widely used?

The panelists for this program are:

  • Jim Kim – Senior Partner, CMEA Ventures
  • Scott McGaraghan – Director of Business Development, EnerNOC
  • Sven Strohband – Partner, MDV
  • Rick Winter – VP Engineering, DEEYA Energy
  • Seth Zimring – Energy Procurement, PG&E
  • James Chapman – Partner, Nixon Peabody (moderator)

This event will take place from 8:00 am – 10:00 am at AMD (Advanced Micro Devices), 991 Stewart Drive, Sunnyvale, CA 94085.  The cost for SDForum members is $25 and $30 for non-members.  Further program information and registration can be found here

The schedule for future programs in the 2008 Clean Tech Breakfast Series is:

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