UCLA to host conference on smart grid technology

UCLA Smart Grid Thought Leadership Forum Smart grid – Fusion of Advanced Technologies, Government Policy, Consumer Input and the Electric Infrastructure

SMART GRID CONFERENCE COMING TO LA 

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WINMEC,
March 28, 2012

http://winmec.ucla.edu/smartgrid/2012-03/

 

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Current Speakers:

George Arnold Deputy Director NIST
Vikram Budhraja President Electric Power Group
Junwei Cao Professor and Deputy Director RIIT, Tsinghua University
Maryline Daviaud Lewett Business Development Manager, EV Business Schneider Electric
Paul De Martini Managing Director Newport Consulting Group,LLC
Marcelo Di Paolo Electrical Engineer Los Angeles Dept of Water and Power
Deepak Divan President and CTO Varentec
Rajit Gadh Professor & Director UCLA – WINMEC & Smart Grid Energy Research Center
Sanjay Gupta Senior Director Alstom Grid
Stephen Johnson Product Line Manager – Consumer Energy Management Itron
Doug Kim Director, Advanced Technology Southern California Edison
Lee Krevat Director – Smart Grid San Diego Gas & Electric
Liang Min   Lawrence Livermore National Labs
Lawrence Oliva Director, Tariff Programs & Services Southern California Edison
Michael Peevey President California Public Utilities Commission
Dan Ton Program Manager, Smart Grid R&D U.S. Department of Energy
Elizabeth Van Denburgh Managing Principal Van Denburgh Consulting Group
Alexandra von Meier Co-Director, Electric Grid Research CIEE

PARTICIPANTS – At the next UCLA Smart Grid Thought Leadership Forum Series, we will be joined by several leaders from government, utilities, technology providers, vendors, researchers, and academia.

Sponsor the forum – Limited sponsorship opportunities are available – for further information please contact : sponsor@winmec.ucla.edu

Join UCLA’s Smart Grid Energy Research Center (SMERC,http://smartgrid.ucla.edu/) and UCLA WINMEC (http://winmec.ucla.edu/) at its upcoming Smart Grid Thought Leadership Forum. On March 28, 2012, this leadership forum will focus on Fusion of Advanced Technologies, Government Policy, Consumer Input and Electric Infrastructure to create the Smart grid of the future.

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