torsdag 4. mars 2010

Bill Gross founder of Idealab to speak at Green:Net 2010, saver rate ends Friday

Our friends at GigaOm’s Earth2Tech blog are putting on their next Green:Net conference. Today they’re announcing that Bill Gross, the CEO and founder of Idealab, will join their list of speakers at Green:Net 2010.
Green:Net 2010 will see top green entrepreneurs, technologists and market-leading companies convene on April 29 in San Francisco. The intersection of the internet and the green tech boom represents an incredible opportunity to define new markets, solve big problems and apply the talent of the internet industry to the most important cause to date: saving the planet. Maximize the value of your time by meeting with thought leaders, technologists, investors, press, new startups and their future customers.
Green:Net 2010
April 29, 2010
San Francisco, California
Mission Bay Conference Center
VentureBeat Readers can get a $70 discount – just follow this link and register now for Green:Net 2010. But hurry, on Friday night the rate goes up!
A selection from the speaker list includes:

Steve Jurvetson, Managing Director at Draper Fisher Jurvetson
Bill Weihl, Google’s Green Energy Czar
Jason Few, President of Reliant Energy
Dian Grueneich, Commissioner for the California Public Utilities Commission
Laura Ipsen, SVP and GM, Smart Grid, Cisco
Eric Dresselhuys, EVP, Silver Spring Networks

The conference will look at topics including what’s next for the smart grid, how utilities can use IT to get ready for the influx of electric vehicles, how the web can be used to replace atoms with bits, what Internet giants Google and Microsoft see in the energy industry — and how policy can spur it all. Don’t miss it.
So join us on April 29th in San Francisco as we look at how to create new markets and shape the future of green tech.
You can find further details on the conference website.

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