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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