Tag Archive: smart grid

Nov 13

Opportunity Green, Los Angeles, November 7th

"How has social networking played a role? It's a great friend of the green movement because it forces transparency." ~ Starre Vartan, founder and editor-in-chief of Eco-Chick "Tranparency is the new green" ~ Jason Carignan, Founder of Tonic & Vapur "Advertising is a tax on unremarkable products."~ Adam Lowry, co-founder of Method "70% of companies …

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Nov 12

Renewables Panel @ Green Tech Media’s Networked Grid Conf Nov 4, SF

Panel on Renewables"The real gift of the smart grid is the decarbonization of our electricity grid."~ Eric Wesoff, Senior Analyst, GTM Research "I’ve come around. Nuclear has to be part of our mix."~ Eric Wesoff, Senior Analyst, GTM Research "If 20% of our power comes from solar, its going to blow up… grandma’s dialysis machine …

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Nov 11

Green Tech Media’s The Networked Grid Conference Nov 4, San Francisco Batch 3

Panel on Networking the Home "Platforms win. Open standards win. Consumer pull will ultimately drive change."~ Adrian Tuck, CEO of Tendril (sharing takeaways from telecom for smart grid). "You have to engage the consumer with a device that has expandability, or you are rolling out a dead end… at least a partially empty promise."~ Will …

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Nov 11

Morning Keynote at Green Tech Media’s The Networked Grid Conference Nov 4, San Francisco

The Networked Grid Keynote PresentationQuotes from Andy Tang, Senior Director, Smart Energy Web, PG&E "We believe that there will be 35 different electric vehicle models deployed in the next two years." "A home in an a temperate area like San Francisco, plugging in a car is like adding 3 houses!" "5% of the power plants …

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Nov 09

Green Tech Media’s The Networked Grid Conference Nov 4, San Francisco

Panel on Real World Smart Grid Deployments and Policies 2010-2020 "We ultimately believe that technology will solve our problems".~ Thomas Bialek, Chief Engineer – Smart Grid, SDG&E  "The future is bright—but just be careful of oncoming trains."~ Erfan Ibrahim, EPRI Intelligrid "You can’t say you are clean tech, and then give money to companies that …

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