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Tuesday
May 5, 2009
Clean Energy SIG - An introduction to the Smart Grid Market
Perkins Coie (PDX)

The smart grid has become a rapidly growing movement to design and implement the concept of an intelligent energy system that is more efficient, robust, flexible and sustainable.

Join our distinguished panel to gain a basic understanding of how the systems we use for electric energy generation, distribution and consumption are evolving to better meet the needs of society and entrepreneurial opportunities available.

Roger Hicks - What is the smart grid and why should we care? An introduction to the smart grid concept along with a summary of problems it will address and some business opportunity examples in the emerging clean energy marketplace.

John Thornton, VP Manufacturing & Supply Chain, Porteon Electric Vehicles Inc - Moving towards the intelligent convergence of vehicles, buildings and electric utilities. An overview of perspectives on the future of transportation and sustainability: electric vehicles (EVs) and the Smart Grid as enabling technologies.

Steve Jennings, Chief Marketing Officer, BPL Global - The Smart Grid: Today and Tomorrow. Learn where smart grid technology is today and a look at future opportunities. Also, BPL Global's role in enabling electricity grid intelligence to transform energy efficiency and reliability.

Cost: Online: Members - $15, Non-Members - $25 Onsite: $5 more

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Wednesday
Apr 18
CleanWeb Portland - Cleanweb Portland: Solar Mass Production, Cleanweb Planning
eBay

Join us to kick off The CleanWeb’s entry into Portland, brainstorming the schedule of speakers, events and venues we want to host during this coming year. Ravi Mikkelsen will share the vision and mission for The CleanWeb, a growing network of sustainability startups, accelerators, and investors. Jason will introduce himself, his Portland-based startups, the Sustainabilist and Sustainable Conferences, and more importantly we'll get to meet each other!

There will be a short talk on how to apply mass-production methodologies to the installation of solar.

We will bring the drinks and food, please bring yourselves, a business card, and your great ideas for the coming year.

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