ConnectivityWeek Gathers Smart Grid Stakeholders to Define Energy 2.0 Market
-- Hear the highly anticipated keynote from new U.S. CTO Todd Park.
-- Meet the Department of Energy's Apps for Energy winners.
-- Witness real-life "hacking" (software development) of energy apps.
-- Explore progress in demand-side energy management, including demand response (DR), building automation, and more.
SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Market-defining forces and key catalysts of innovation for Smart Grid and Energy2.0 are gathering at ConnectivityWeek from across the U.S., May 22-24 in Santa Clara, Calif., for the most action-packed conference yet.
"As information and communication technology continues its rapid evolution, and as rising energy costs lead to customer demand for more information and control, the Energy 2.0 market is inevitable," said Anto Budiardjo, President of Clasma Events. "At ConnectivityWeek, we will bring the key stakeholders -- who bridge energy supply, energy demand, and technology -- together to define this market."
From announcements of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Apps for Energy contest winners, to the first Green Button-focused Cleanweb Hackathon and the demand-side Plug-In, ConnectivityWeek is gathering the people defining a new market -- including more than 100 industry-leading speakers.
Only ConnectivityWeek will provide attendees with access to the complete diversity of Energy 2.0 stakeholders:
- Known catalysts of new markets. The recently-appointed Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the U.S., Todd Park, will discuss plans for Green Button in his keynote on May 22, and the DOE will also announce highly anticipated Apps for Energy winners.
- Software developers. As enablers of innovative technology, these individuals will compete in the first Green Button-inspired Cleanweb Hackathon to help create consumer energy apps.
- Energy suppliers. This group will include local utility Pacific Gas & Electric, as well as early adopters of Green Button technologies, demand response and more.
- Energy users. Representing key consumption verticals, participants will include residential, commercial, industrial, and infrastructure stakeholders.
Information on registration and sponsorships can be found at www.ConnectivityWeek.com.
About Clasma Events
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