September 28, 2011
AlwaysOn GoingGreen: How Do We Get The Rest of The Country Behind Greentech?
The AlwaysOn GoingGreen event is in San Francisco this week, kicking things off with the VC Funding Outlook for The Global Greentech Marketplace. KPMG Director Craig Lobdell leads a panel that includes:
• Stephen Eichenlaub, Managing Director, Intel Capital
• Forest Baskett, General Partner, NEA
• Anup Jacob, Partner, Virgin Green Fund
• Anand Kamannavar, Venture Capital Associate Investment Manager, Applied Ventures
Steve Jurvetson, Managing Director of Draper Fisher Jurvetson does a keynote on Disruptive Innovation in Cleantech. They also had a Greentech CEO Showcase session which included:
• Brad Kayton, CEO, ZOME
• William Whittenberger, CEO, Catacel Corporation
• CK Singla, CEO, Net4site
• Dan Wallis, CEO, De Villiers Walton
• Rory Faber, CEO, Strammit Strawboard
• Carrie Armel, Research Associate , Precourt Institute for Energy Efficiency, Stanford University
• Gene Wang, People Power, CEO
• Bill Weihl, Green Energy Czar, Google
Nat Goldhaber, Claremont Creek Ventures Managing Director talked about China and discussed whether it would clean our "clock in cleantech."
Ed Lambert, SVP and Silicon Valley Region Market Manager of Bridge Bank Ed Lambert led a session on water technology start-ups, which included the following thinkers in this area:
• Bogdan Serban, CEO, Epuramat
• David Stanton, CEO, APTwater
• Peter Frykman, Founder & CEO, Driptech
• Peter Yolles, CEO, WaterSmart Software
Check out the full GoingGreen Silicon Valley program here.
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