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.
Tuesday April 6, 2010
1:00pm - 4:00pm - event
4:00pm - 5:00pm - reception
Google D.C. Office
1101 New York Ave. NW, Second Floor
(Entrance on Eye Street)
Washington, DC 20005
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).
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)
• 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)
Join us for light hors d'oeuvres.