First IE Smart Grid Summit
Senior level executives within the electric, gas and water industries, localgovernment representatives, manufacturers and vendors, environmentalgroups, and policymakers and stakeholders will all gather tomorrow atthe Frontier Project for the first ever Inland Empire Smart Grid Summit.
The Frontier Project Foundation, together with Itron, will host theevent on Thursday, June 30th, 2011, to address the unprecedentedopportunity arising from the intersection of two core building blocks –utilities and communications. Local solar industry leader, HelioPower,is sending a team to answer queries about the role of solar with smartmeters and the smart grid.
The summit speaker line-up includes Key Note: Kenneth Chong,Honeywell International and panel speakers: Ken Devore, SouthernCalifornia Edison; Pat Petersilia, Southern California Gas Company; PatHayes, City of Glendale Water and Power; Chris Couper, IBM; Pam Greene,Southern California Edison; Darron Poulsen, Cucamonga Valley WaterDistrict.
The Smart Grid Summit will educate local municipalities,environmental groups, and policymakers about the latest updates in Smart Grid and Smart Metering throughout the State. This unique event isbased on the joint vision of the Frontier Project and Itron to create aforum to actively engage the region in the forthcoming Smart Grid andSmart Meter systems.
HelioPower is an integrated energy solutions company with nearly 2000 solar and clean energy systems engineered and installed since 2001. The company is headquartered in Murrieta, CA and regularly participates inindustry events at the Frontier Project.
The Frontier Project is a 14,000-square-foot LEED Platinumdemonstration building dedicated to educating residential consumers,commercial builders, and sustainable energy advocates on the latesttrends and technologies in water, power, and site conservation.
For more information about the Frontier Project, visit http://www.frontierproject.com
For more information, visit http://www.HelioPower.com
Information on Smart Grid event tickets can be found here
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