Energy Innovation November 30 / 2009 Flyer

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Nth Power has organized an event for November 30th at 4pm in San Francisco called ‘Innovation and the Transformation of the Global Energy System’. The event is bringing together the leading energy …

Nth Power has organized an event for November 30th at 4pm in San Francisco called ‘Innovation and the Transformation of the Global Energy System’. The event is bringing together the leading energy minds from MIT, Stanford, Berkeley and Google to discuss the key innovation and technology pathways that can help transform our current energy systems into the sustainable energy marketplace of the future. A high level representative from the US Department of Energy may also join. The energy initiative directors at MIT, Stanford and Berkeley have not shared the stage before, so this really is a unique event.

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  • 1. Click
Here
to
Register
–
Space
is
Limited
 (www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=193216)
 Nth
Power
and
the
MIT
Energy
Ini2a2ve

 invite
you
to
join
this
world‐class
energy
event

 A
discussion
of
the
cri&cal
energy
challenges
with
some
of

 the
world’s
foremost
energy
experts.
 Innova&on
and
the
Transforma&on
of 
 the
Global
Energy
System
 hosted
by
Google
 When:





4pm,
Monday,
November
30th

 Where:




Google’s
San
Francisco
Loca&on
 







345
Spear
Street,
4th
Floor
 Registra&on
is
$35.
Space
is
limited
 

A
networking
recep2on
will
follow
the
panel
discussion







 Energy
leaders
and
innovators
from
MIT,
Stanford,
Berkeley,
Google
 and
Nth
Power
will
discuss
the
key
innova1on
and
technology
pathways
 that
can
help
transform
our
current
energy
systems
into
the
sustainable
 energy
marketplace
of
the
future.



 moderator Ernie
Moniz 
 Lynn
Orr 
 Dan
Kammen
 Dan
Reicher 
 Tim
Woodward
 Director, 
 
Director,
Precourt
 Director,
Renewable
 Director,
Climate
&
 Managing
Director
 
 MIT
Energy
Ini1a1ve
 Ins1tute
for
Energy
 &
Appropriate
 Energy
Ini1a1ves
 Nth
Power
LLC 
 Stanford
University
 Energy
Laboratory
 
 Google 
 UC
Berkeley
 A
representa*ve
from
the
US
Department
of
Energy
may
also
par*cipate
 For questions, contact Brian Walsh, Nth Power at: bwalsh@nthpower.com