Clean Technology 2010
Industry and Efficiency

Sustainable - Best Practices


Track Sessions

Tuesday June 22

10:30 Designing Sustainable Cities
10:30 Smart Grid: Long Term Opportunities and Challenges
1:30 Smart Grid: IT- Efficiency, Reliability, Security
1:30 Six months since Copenhagen: Global & US Climate Policy Update
1:30 Utility Technology Challenge
2:30 Cleantech Coffee Break
3:00 Policies & Financing for Sustainable Cities
3:00 Water Energy Nexus
3:00 Carbon Capture and Power Generation
3:30 Utility Technology Challenge
4:00 Poster Session and TechConnect Expo (4:00 - 6:00)

Wednesday June 23

8:30 Technology & Finance for Smart Grid: Keynote Panel
10:00 Networking Coffee Break
10:30 Clean Cities Case Studies
1:30 Water Cleantech: Membrane, Purification & Desal
1:30 Sustainable Cities Management & Assessment: Tools, technologies, systems
1:30 Technology Innovations for Efficiency & Emissions Reductions
3:30 Managing Peak Power - renewables, smart grid & demand management
4:00 Poster Session and TechConnect Expo Reception (4:00 - 6:00) - Expo Hall
 Sustainable Cities & Communities
6:00 TechConnect Innovation Showcase Reception (6:00 - 8:00) - Ballroom 3rd Floor

Thursday June 24

8:30 Cleantech Keynotes
9:00 Cleantech Keynote Panel: Hottest clean technologies for VCs - who will they fund next?
10:00 TechConnect Innovation Showcase Coffee Break - Ballroom 3rd Floor
10:30 FutureH2O: Drinking/Waste Water Infrastructure
10:30 Creating Infrastructure for EV
10:30 Energy Efficiency and Green Building Case Studies
3:00 TechConnect Ventures: Cleantech Efficiency, Grid & Transportation
1:30 FutureH2O: Water Storage & Supply Infrastructure
5:00 TechConnect Investment Networking Reception - Second Floor

Track Program

Tuesday June 22

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10:30Designing Sustainable CitiesRoom 202 B
Session chair: Fred Smoller, Brandman University, US
-J. Wolch, University of California, Berkeley, US
-J. Ricks, SDG&E, US
-D. Klapsis, Studiodnk/USGBC, US
-G. Goldberg, City of Los Angeles, US
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10:30Smart Grid: Long Term Opportunities and ChallengesRoom 204 B
Session chair: Gary Paul, Ernst & Young, US
-N. Trivedi, Accenture, US
-G. Paul, Capgemini, US
-M. Valocchi, IBM Global Business, US
-K. Devore, Southern California Edison, US
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1:30Smart Grid: IT- Efficiency, Reliability, SecurityRoom 204 B
Session chair: Steve Rogers, Capgemini, US
-G. Goodman, Intel Corporation, US
-C. Bo-Linn, Peritus Partners, Inc, US
-K. Van Meter, Lockheed Martin Corp., US
-P. DiMartini, Cisco, US
-TBD, Hewlett Packard, US
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1:30Six months since Copenhagen: Global & US Climate Policy UpdateRoom 204 A
Session chair: Lisa Hodes, The Gold Standard, US
-S. Venkataraman, Standard Bank, UK
-W. Thomas, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, US
-A. Sarac, EcoSecurities, UK
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1:30Utility Technology ChallengeRoom 204 C
Session chair: Patti Glaza, CTSI, US
1:30PRD Tech, Inc.
R. Govind, PRD Tech, Inc., US
1:45Parker Hannifin Corporation
D. Thompson, Parker Hannifin Corporation, US
2:00E3 Greentech Enterprises, Inc.
E. Smith, E3 Greentech Enterprises, Inc., US
2:15Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.
R. Vero, Air Products & Chemicals, Inc., US
2:30eMeter
A. Deyonker, eMeter, US
2:45Rainforest Automation
C. Tumpach, Rainforest Automation, Canada
3:00Ballard Power Systems, Inc.
K. Kassam, Ballard Power Systems, Inc., Canada
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2:30Cleantech Coffee BreakFoyer 2nd Floor
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3:00Policies & Financing for Sustainable CitiesRoom 202 B
Session chair: Gail Golberg, City of Los Angeles, US
-B. Hooper, City & County of San Francisco, US
-W. Anderson, City of San Diego, US
-E. Drummond, Former Mayor of Manitou Springs, CO, US
-A. Klemm, City of Huntington Beach, US
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3:00Water Energy NexusRoom 203 AB
Session chair: Mike Hightower, Sandia National Labs, US
-S. Chaudhry, California Energy Commission, US
-D. Henderson, XPV Capital, US
-M. Ambrose, East Bay Municipal Utility District, US
-R. Dizy, Sempa Power, US
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3:00Carbon Capture and Power GenerationRoom 202 A
Session chair: Daniel Laird, Sandia National Lab, US
3:00State-of-the-Art Clean Coal Power and Technology Options for CO2 Capture
S. Wu, Hitachi Power Systems America, Ltd., US
3:20Nanostructured Photocatalytic Approach to CO2 Conversion
G. Corti, T. Cantrell, M. Beaux, T. Prakash, D.N. McIlroy, M.G. Norton, GoNano Technologies, US
3:40Economic and Job Impacts of Increased Efficiency in Existing Coal-Fired Power Plants
R.H. Bezdek, R.M. Wendling, MISI, US
4:00Development of a New Experimental Tool To Identify CO2 Absorption Parameters in Aqueous Amine Solutions
C. Wylock, S. Dehaeck, E. Boulay, P. Colinet, B. Haut, Université Libre de Bruxelles, BE
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3:30Utility Technology ChallengeRoom 204 C
Session chair: Patti Glaza, CTSI, US
3:30Ener-G-Rotors, Inc.
M. Newell, Ener-G-Rotors, Inc., US
3:45Enmetric Systems, Inc.
J. Masters, Enmetric Systems, Inc., US
4:00EchoGen Power Systems, Inc.
M. Persichilli, EchoGen Power Systems, Inc., US
4:15PVT Solar, Inc.
R. Narayanamurthy, PVT Solar, Inc., US
4:30Grid Manager A/S
M. Birkelund, Grid Manager A/S, DK
4:45Prism Solar Technologies
J. Barry, Prism Solar Technologies, US
5:00Envirock
N. Isreal, Envirock, US
5:15QM Power
P. Piper, QM Power, US
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4:00Poster Session and TechConnect Expo (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall

Wednesday June 23

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8:30Technology & Finance for Smart Grid: Keynote PanelRoom 204 BC
Session chair: Paul Dickerson, Haynes & Boone, US
-J. Silva, On-Ramp Wireless, Inc., US
-M. Breen, Xtreme Power, US
-D. Wood, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, US
-M. Montoya, Southern California Edison, US
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10:00Networking Coffee BreakFoyer 2nd Floor
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10:30Clean Cities Case StudiesRoom 203 B
Session chair: Jacques Chirazi, Economic Development Coordinator, City of San Diego, US
10:30CleanTECH Collaboration: San Diego’s Solar Success
L. Bicker, Clean Tech San Diego, US
10:55CleanTech OC: promoting economic growth in the Orange County clean tech industry
M. Pulido and M. Levin, City of Santa Ana /Bryan Caves LLP, US
11:20The Pecan Street Project
I. Dietrich, Pecan Street Project, Inc., US
11:45The Über Consumer: Local Government’s Role in Stimulating the Clean Tech Economy
L. Pratt, City of San Diego, US
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1:30Water Cleantech: Membrane, Purification & DesalRoom 204 C
Session chair: Shushana Castle, Clinton Climate Initiative/Millennium Water Alliance
1:30Analysis of Membrane Filtration Efficiency in Removal of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles from Aqueous Nanoparticle Suspension in the Presence of Coagulation Pretreatment
S. Surawanvijit, M. Kim, Y. Cohen, University of California, Los Angeles, US
1:50New UV Technology for Point-of-Use Water Disinfection
Y. Bilenko, I. Shturm, O. Bilenko, M. Shatalov, R. Gaska, Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc., US
2:10Functional polymer hydrogels for water purification applications
Y. Liu, State University of New York at Stony Brook, US
2:30Innovative Cost-effective Pre-treatment for Desalination
M.H. Lean, J. Seo, A. Kole, A.R. Volkel, N. Chang, B. Hsieh, K. Melde, Palo Alto Research Center, US
2:50Ion Rejection Properties of Nanofiltration Membranes With Inhomogeneous Charge Distribution
A. Szymczyk, H. Zhu, B. Balannec, University of Rennes, FR
3:10Heterogeneous Photo-Fenton Oxidation on Nanosized Pt/Perovskites as Clean and Efficient Process for Organic Pollutants Removal from Wastewater
D. Sannino, L.A. Isupova, P. Ciambelli, University of Salerno, IT
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1:30Sustainable Cities Management & Assessment: Tools, technologies, systemsRoom 202 A
Session chair: Linda Giannelli Pratt, City of San Diego, US
-S. Parry, City of Santa Monica, US
-R. Vos, USC Center for Sustainable Cities, US
-U. Schmidt, City of Pasadena, US
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1:30Technology Innovations for Efficiency & Emissions ReductionsRoom 203 B
Session chair: Wayne Gears, CAMG, US
1:30The Importance of Energy Efficiency
W. Gears, CAMG, US
1:40Incubating Clean Tech
J. Milanette, PortTech LA, US
2:00Hybrid Power for Efficiency & Emissions Reductions
D. Kazarinoff, Eaton Corp., US
2:20Joint Technology Initiative Clean Sky – The European Program Towards Ecologically Compatible Air Transportation
E. Kaulfersch, S. Rzepka, B. Michel, Fraunhofer ENAS, DE
2:40Crossborder Technologies
T. Millang, Crossborders, SE
3:00LEHR’s Contribution to Improving our Nation’s Air Quality
B. Herzer, Lehr Incorporated, US
3:20Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting through Integrated Business Solutions
D. Smith, Village Green Global, Inc., US
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3:30Managing Peak Power - renewables, smart grid & demand managementRoom 204 A
Session chair: Greg Trimarche Bryan Cave LLC, US
-D. Meyers, EnerNOC, US
-G. Troposa, Ice Energy, US
-R. Hledik, The Brattle Group, US
-M. Lane, RTP Controls, US
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4:00Poster Session and TechConnect Expo Reception (4:00 - 6:00) - Expo HallExpo Hall
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Sustainable Cities & CommunitiesExpo Hall
-A Barn Raising in the Creative Core Region: Sustainable Region Case Study
T. Auricchio, K. Sharma, Nectar Partners, US
-Manifattura: The Making of an Italian Green Technology Park
C. Ratti, G. Salvatori, B. Martin, Manifattura Domani, IT
-Central New York State (the Creative Core), mapping the geographic and networking activities of a Sustainable Region
T. Auricchio, P. Rankhambe, K. Sharma, Nectar Partners, US
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6:00TechConnect Innovation Showcase Reception (6:00 - 8:00) - Ballroom 3rd FloorBallroom BC

Thursday June 24

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8:30Cleantech KeynotesBallroom A
Session chair: Patti Glaza, CTSI, US
8:30Commercialization Programs at ARPA-E
S.J. Wagle, ARPA-E, US
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9:00Cleantech Keynote Panel: Hottest clean technologies for VCs - who will they fund next?Ballroom A
Session chair: Andrew Heckler, Brightfield Energy, US
-S. Goldberg, Venrock, US
-D. Malkani, RockPort Capital Partners, US
-A. Wong, D.E. Shaw & Co., L.P., US
-D. Dreesen, Battery Ventures, US
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10:00TechConnect Innovation Showcase Coffee Break - Ballroom 3rd FloorBallroom BC
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10:30FutureH2O: Drinking/Waste Water InfrastructureRoom 204 C
Session chair: Angela Adams, Beureau of Reclamation, US
10:30Optimizing Dual Conjunctive Water Supply and Reuse Systems with Distributed Treatment for High-growth Water-scarce Regions
K. Lansey, University of Arizona, US
10:50Applications for Sensor Networks in Drinking and Waste Water Treatment
J. Weiss, Dust Networks, US
11:10Neighborhood/Individual Water Reuse Systems & Practices, as Utilized in Los Angeles and New York
V. Nelson, Coaltion for Alternative Wasteater Treatment, US
11:30Condition Report on Water Treatment Infrastructure - the ASCE Infrastructure Report Card
D. Jacobson, Jacobson-Satchell Consultants, US
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10:30Creating Infrastructure for EVRoom 204 A
Session chair: Alex Kim, SGD&E, US
-M. Duval, EPRI, US
-M. Nicholas, UC Davis, US
-D. Karner, eTec, US
-J. Pointon, SGG&E, US
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10:30Energy Efficiency and Green Building Case StudiesRoom 207 A
10:30Efficiency’s Last Frontier: Reflective Building Surfaces
H.C. Wiig, State of Hawaii Energy Office, US
10:50The Clean Energy Landscape- Linking Cyberspace with Real World Impact
A. Wise, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, US
11:10Study Evidence That Sustainable Design Practices Help Manufacturing Companies Increase Profits and Growth
S. Krasley, Autodesk, Inc., US
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3:00TechConnect Ventures: Cleantech Efficiency, Grid & TransportationRoom 207 C
Session chair: Cheemin Bo-Linn, Peritus Partners, Inc., US
3:00ThinkEco Inc
M. Shibata, ThinkEco, Inc., US
3:10EcoThermics Corporation
M. Rocke, EcoThermics Corporation, US
3:20Ener-G-Rotors, Inc
T. Eveleth, Ener-G-Rotors, Inc., US
3:30AC Research Lab, Inc
T. Vo, AC Research Lab, Inc., US
3:40Motiv Power Systems, Inc
J. Castelaz, Motiv Power Systems, Inc., US
3:50Tour Engine, Inc
O. Tour, Tour Engine, Inc., US
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1:30FutureH2O: Water Storage & Supply InfrastructureRoom 204 C
Session chair: Angela Adams, Beureau of Reclamation, US
1:30Applying Smart Technology to Water Storage & Supply Infrastructure
P. Williams, IBM, US
1:50A New Framework for Making Renewal/Rehabilitation Decisions for Aging Water Infrastructure
V. Nelson, Coaltion for Alternative Wastewater Treatment, US
2:10Using Groundwater Storage Systems in Large-Scale Water Management
C. Cullom, Central Arizona Water Conservation District, US
2:30Constructed wetlands for management of desalting concentrates
P. Frank, CH2MHILL, US
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5:00TechConnect Investment Networking Reception - Second FloorFoyer 2nd Floor
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How is your company sustainable? Sustainable Industries 2009 gives your company several opportunities to participate, share and showcase your green, clean and sustainable practices and products. Visit the expo pages here or continue on to find out more about speaking opportunities and the program below. Growing environmental concerns, coupled with public pressure and increasingly stringent regulations are beginning to change the way people do business. Creating sustainable industries — businesses that meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs is now a necessity.

The Sustainable Industries 2009 conference program addresses these issues with a mix of Best Practices, Case Studies, Policy Development, Training and Educational Programs, and Measurement and Reporting Tools and Techniques. The event provides an opportunity for business managers, government officials and sustainability professionals to discuss the methods for implementing this new orientation and related operating refinements to their existing systems and practices. If you would like to speak at the conference, please use the form below to submit your sessions and topic ideas.

Topic Suggestions/Samples

  • Showcase your organization & its best practices to the world.
  • Clean technology discovery & implementation.
  • Getting your house in Order. Management and staff education and up to speed.
  • Embedding sustainable industry values into the heart of your organization (customer service, product, operations).
  • The backlash from “green wash” and public scrutiny--sustainable businesses need to be built on real actions, activities and measurable results.
  • Are you doing the same things differently, or are you rethinking and really doing different things.
  • Selling versus building trusting relationships
  • Building the value of brands using sustainable industry practices.
  • Sustainability in strategic marketing and planning.
  • Creating genuine engagements with consumers based on your values.
 

Who Participates?

Applied Materials
Austin Energy
BASF
Boeing
BP
Chrysler
Chrysler LLC
Conoco Phillips
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
Halliburton
Honda
IBM
Intel
Lockheed Martin
Omron
PG&E
Sempra Utilties
Sharp
Shell
Siemens
Sun Microsystems
Toshiba
Toyota
Whole Foods Market
Xerox

*If interested in organizing a specific business panel or symposium, please contact Regina Ramazzini .

 
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