Google and The Climate Group present: Power in Numbers: Unleashing Innovation in Home Energy

Google and The Climate Group present

Power in Numbers: Unleashing Innovation in Home Energy Use
Billions of public and private dollars are being spent on a smarter, more efficient energy system. Will these investments deliver real cost and energy savings for consumers? How can we drive greater energy-saving innovation and investment in homes? Join us as we discuss how to unlock the nation's largest untapped clean energy resource – consumers – with better home energy information.
To help kick off the discussion, we invite you to submit and vote on questions in advance via Google Moderator.
http://www.google.com/moderator/#16/e=4e80

When:
Tuesday April 6, 2010
1:00pm - 4:00pm - event
4:00pm - 5:00pm - reception

Where:
Google D.C. Office
1101 New York Ave. NW, Second Floor
(Entrance on Eye Street)
Washington, DC 20005

Public Transport:
Take the red line metro to Metro Center stop and walk 2 blocks to the office which is between 12th and 13th on Eye Street (address is New York Avenue, NW).

Program:
• Introduction
Amy Davidsen, U.S. Executive Director, The Climate Group
Ed Lu, Program Manager in Advanced Projects, Google Inc.
• Part I: Tools & technologies that will empower people with information and control
Jason Few, President, Reliant Energy
Adrian Tuck, Chief Executive Officer, Tendril Networks, Inc.
Lorie Wigle, General Manager, Eco-Technology Program Office, Intel Corporation
Molly Webb, Head of Strategic Engagement, The Climate Group (moderator)
• Break
• ET meets IT: Getting to Scale, A Fireside Chat
Charlene Begley, President and CEO, GE Home & Business Solutions
Dan Reicher, Director, Climate Change and Energy Initiatives, Google
• Keynote: Carol Browner, Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change
• Part II: How do we get there?
Tom Catania, Vice President, Government Relations, Whirlpool Corporation
Leslie Harris, President and CEO, Center for Democracy & Technology
Suedeen Kelly, Former Commissioner, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Nick Sinai, Energy & Environment Director, Federal Communications Commission
Michael Terrell, Energy Policy Counsel, Google Inc. (moderator)
• Reception
Join us for light hors d'oeuvres.

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