Green Building Symposium:
December 9, 2008, 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM PST
The Future is Energy Efficient Buildings
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This event will be broadcast via live webcast, thanks to the CPUC. Please find the link to view the live event here.
Learn, Discuss, Explore
- The government perspectives and policies fostering green building initiatives.
- High-performance building technologies: what is new, now and in the future.
- Market and capital opportunities to develop efficient building technology nationally and globally.
- Dian Gruenich, Commissioner, California Public Utility Commission (CPUC)
- David Rodgers, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Energy Efficiency, U.S. Department of Energy
- Jeanne Clinton, Clean Energy Adviser to CPUC Commercial Sector
- Matt Golden, President, Founder & Chief Building Scientist , Sustainable Spaces
- Paul Holland, General Partner at Foundation Capital
- Steve Selkowitz, Head of the Building Technologies Department, Commercial Building Initiative
- Kevin Surace, CEO, Serious Materials
LocationCalifornia Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
5:30pm Registration, Networking, Clean Tech Open Showcase, and Light Appetizers
6:30pm Welcome, Keynote Speakers
7:00pm Expert Building Panel and Audience Q&A
8:00pm Networking, Dessert and Clean Tech Open Showcase
PresentersBottleStone, 2008 Green Building Winner
Green Design Systems, 2008 Green Building Finalist
GroundSource Geo, 2008 Green Building Runner-Up and Sustainability Winner
Parco Homes, 2008 Green Building Finalist
Redwood Renewables, 2008 Finalist
S3 - The Smart Shower System, 2008 Green Building Finalist
Solar Red, 2008 Green Building Runner-Up
Who Should Attend
- Industry professionals seeking the newest ideas in the green building sector
- Interested participants in the 2009 California Clean Tech Open Competition
- Entrepreneurs and potential entrepreneurs interested in applying their skills at new ventures
- Angel investors and VCs looking at startups at a formative stage
- Researchers and engineers interested in discussing green building technologies
SponsorsArgonne National Laboratory
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory