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Energy Management — SOLD OUT
Thursday, February 12
Energy management is the next frontier for renewable energy. Innovations are making it easier to monitor, store and optimize energy to meet growing demand. This month's forum will focus on the latest technologies, systems, tools, standards, tax credits and policies that will help businesses develop smart energy strategies.
Tom Arnold — Vice President of Energy Efficiency and Carbon Solutions, EnerNOC
Bob Davis — CEO, Sentilla
Anne Feldhusen — Marketing Manager, Green Business Technology Initiative, HP
Laura K. Ipsen — Senior VP, Global Policy and Government Affairs, Cisco
Clint Wilder — Editor, Clean Edge and Co-author of The Clean Tech Revolution
Location: Hanson Bridgett LLP
425 Market Street, 26th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
Pre-registration is required.
Space is limited.
Admission is $35
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