SDForum, in conjunction with Astia, is launching its 2008 Clean Tech Breakfast Series for a third year in a row. You are invited to attend the first breakfast: "Solar Technology - will thin film take over?" to take place March 18th at 8:00 am to 10:00 am in San Francisco, at the offices of Nixon Peabody at One Embarcadero 18th Floor. We are pleased to announce that The Clean Tech Breakfast Series is being sponsored again by Nixon Peabody and Moss Adams.
Will Thin Film Take Over? Thin film technology will be the first to achieve the Holy Grail benchmark - retail grid parity - according to some experts. Is this realistic and will thin film become the dominant technology? What are the relative advantages and disadvantages of thin film technology in comparison to new crystalline and other evolving technologies? What are the key risks in achieving improvements in each of these technologies? Listen to leading companies developing thin film, and crystalline technologies describe the potential for their technology in reducing solar costs.
8:00 am: Auditorium opens with buffet breakfast
8:30am: Panel commences
Eugenia Corrales, SolFocus
Kieran Drain, NanoGram
Moderator: Jennifer McFarlane, CleanSource Power, LLC
9:00-9:15 am: Audience is encouraged to ask questions
9:30 am: Panel concludes enabling networking
10:00 am: Event concludes
2008 Clean Tech Breakfast Schedule & Topics:
March 18-Solar Technology - Will thin film take over?
April 22-Cellulosic Ethanol Technologies - What's real?
May 20-Will Algae Bloom?
July 29-Energy Storage
September 30-Innovations in Clean Tech Project Financing
October 21-Energy Efficiency
Member: $20, Non-member: $30, Platinum Pass: $0.
Official Website: http://www.sdforum.org/cleanbreakfast
Added by FullCalendar on February 27, 2008