Clean Energy Data Lunch Talk– Feb. 24, 2015

Energy Data:

Green Technologies and Energy Efficiency Through Improved Access

Presented by the UC Berkeley and UCLA Schools
of Law Climate Change and Business Research Initiative to develop policies that help businesses
prosper in an era of climate change.

WHEN: Tuesday, February
24th, 11:45am to 1:15pm (registration begins at 11:30am)
Lunch will be served, followed by the keynote address at noon

WHERE: Room 125, California
State Capitol Building,
Sacramento, CA 95814

Keynote Address:

The Honorable Andrew McAllister, Commissioner, California Energy

Panel presentation:

Michael Murray, Chief Technology Strategist, Mission:data
& President, Lucid

Lisa Schmidt,
President and CEO, Home Energy Analytics

Expanded access
to energy information could help boost California’s clean technology industries
and reduce costs for ratepayers, while ensuring that the state can more cost-effectively
meet its climate and energy goals.  This energy
information could include improved customer access to long-term usage patterns,
utility statistics on distribution grid needs and pricing, and anonymized,
aggregated energy usage patterns on a neighborhood scale.  Please join us at this free event to discuss challenges
to expanding access to energy data and policy options to overcome them.  

RSVP by Friday, February 20th by clicking on this link
Space is limited to 30 attendees. 

Funding provided by Bank of America