135 Fisher Loop, Presidio
San Francisco, California 94129

Green:Net is the first green conference for the Internet Technology industry.

Our one-day conference examines how the tools created in the Internet, computing and IT revolutions will be crucial for fighting climate change. Learn how software, the web and communication networks will help companies shape the future of our electrical system, deliver transportation infrastructure, create social movements and help both companies and regular folks reduce carbon emissions. Chips and broadband delivered the personal computing and Internet booms — now see how those technologies will help save the planet.

Whether you’re in a corporation looking to learn about best Green IT practices or you’re an entrepreneur looking for your next venture, Green:Net in San Francisco is a must-attend event that will allow you to take away the best ideas, contacts and thinkers in this space.

Get all the details on the conference website - http://GreenNetConf.com/?a=upc


* Bob Metcalfe – Polaris Venture Partners, General Partner; Creator of Ethernet; and Founder of 3Com
* Rob Bernard – Microsoft, Chief Environmental Strategist

* Saul Griffith – Makani Power, Squid Labs, Potenco and Wattzon, Co-founder
* Jonathan Koomey – Professor, UC Berkley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
* Steve Westly – Westly Foundation, Founder
* Dr. Albert Esser – Dell, VP of Data Center Infrastructure Group
* Rob Aldrich – Cisco, Principal, Energy Efficient Solutions
* Bill Vogel – Trilliant, CEO
* Sunil Sharan – GE, Smart Grid Director
* Andy Tang – PG&E, Director of Smart Web
* Erin Carlson – Yahoo!, Director, Yahoo for Good
* Erik Straser – Mohr Davidow Ventures, Managing Parter
* Mark Zanoli – JP Morgan, Managing Director of Technology
* See the full speaker list here - http://is.gd/a0TR

* Energy Efficient Data Centers: Save Money and the Planet
* Software Tools for Measuring Impact and Managing Risk
* The New Networked Car
* Power Grid 2.0: Understanding the Smart Grid
* Leveraging the Social Web for Green Activism — Profitably
* Dotcom Investors Turn to Cleantech

Official Website: http://GreenNetConf.com/?a=upc

Added by joeywan on December 3, 2008