“Major Drivers to Transformation in California’s Energy and Water Markets: The Role of Smart-Grid, Biogas and the Bay-Delta”

  • May 22, 2012
  • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Sacramento Municipal Utility District Customer Service Center Rubicon Room 6301 S Street Sacramento, CA 95817
“Major Drivers to Transformation in California’s Energy and Water Markets: The Role of Smart-Grid, Biogas and the Bay-Delta” 

The Sacramento Area Chapter of The Association of Women in Water, Energy and Environment (AWWEE) is excited to present this one day workshop featuring notable experts discussing water and energy market transformation. Speakers include:
  • Elisabeth Brinton, SMUD’s Chief Customer Officer
  • Julia Levin, Deputy Secretary for Climate Change, California Natural Resources Agency
  • Meredith Younghein, Special Assistant to the Secretary, EPA
  • Dr. Ruihong Zhang, Professor and Director of the UC Davis BioEnergy Project
  • Michelle Bertolino, Electric Utility Director, Roseville Electric.
  • Sue Sims, Chief Deputy Director, Department of Water Resources
  • Jessica Pearson, Senior Policy Advisor, Delta Stewardship Council
  • Tina Cannon Leahy, Water Policy Consultant at Assembly Water, Parks & Wildlife Committee
  • Lora Anguay, Senior Project Manager, Smart Grid
  • Karen Herter, President and Founder, Herter Energy Research Solutions
Lunch will be provided.

Registration: AWWEE members pay the member rate of $25, non-members $60, and full-time students $10.
 
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