Green:Net 2010 can help you understand how the tools, technologies and innovators of the IT and Internet revolution can be harnessed to further the green agenda. It is where green and IT meet. Alternative energy gets lots of attention at most green conferences. The GigaOM Network’s Green:Net, is unlike other green technology conferences, offering a specific view on how the computing and Internet revolutions will provide the tools needed to fight climate change.
Women 2.0 members save $100 on Green:Net tickets by registering here. Green:Net 2010 is Thursday, April 29th, 2010 at Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco.
* Steve Jurvetson – Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
* Bill Weihl – Green Energy Czar, Google
* Jason Few – President, Reliant Energy
* Guido Bartels – GM Global Energy & Utilities Industry, IBM
* Scott Lang – CEO, Silver Spring Networks
* Laura Ipsen – SVP & GM Smart Grid, Cisco
* Hugh McDermott – VP Global Utilities & Energy, Better Place
* Ed Lu – Program Manager in Advanced Projects, Google
* Bill McKibben – Co-founder, 350.org
* Molly Webb – Head of Strategic Engagement, The Climate Group
* Jonathan Koomey – Project Scientist and Professor, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory & Stanford University
* Andy Stanford Clark – IBM Distinguished Engineer and Master Inventor, Pervasive Messaging and Smarter Planet Technologies, IBM
* Saul Griffith – Inventor and Macarthur Fellow
* Casey Harrel – Analyst, Greenpeace
* Paul Kedrosky – Senior Fellow, Kauffman Foundation
* Troy Batterberry – Microsoft Hohm Product Unit Manager, Microsoft
* Martin Vesper – Executive Director, Yello Strom
* Clint Wheelock – Founder, Managing Director, Pike Research
Don’t miss attending the green conference for the Internet industry, it’s where the clever people of the Valley will make a positive difference.
Register now with your special discount here.