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Events: Upcoming Events        

Every Last Drop: The Role of Technology in Maximizing California's Water Resources (San Francisco, CA) EcoSalon

Monday, December 1, 2014 (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Pacific)
Please join E2 for an evening EcoSalon focused on California's water, and how to make the most out of the resources we have. In the third year of a major drought, we will discuss the technological and political leverage points we have to utilize water most efficiently. We will be joined by Felicia Marcus, Board Chair, State Water Resources Control Board; Tracy Quinn, Policy Analyst, NRDC Water Program; and a Water Opportunities Spotlight Panel moderated by Scott Bryan, COO, Imagine H2O, featuring E2 member Peter Yolles, Founder & Chief Policy Officer, Water Smart Software, Inc.; Marian Singer, Co-Founder, Wellntel; and, Matt Swindle, CEO & Founder, NLine Energy, Inc.

Contact Victoria Brinkerhoff, E2 Program Assistant for more information.

Energy Infrastructure: What is it and how can we get it right? (Boston) EcoSalon

Tuesday, December 2, 2014 (12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern)
The investments we make in our energy infrastructure today will determine our future for generations to come. How will the grid of the future handle a massive increase in distributed generation? Can we meet our climate goals? How can we make the grid more resilient? Will grid-scale storage emerge as a cost-effective solution? Will off shore wind save billions of dollars right here in Massachusetts?
Please join Dr. Karen Wayland, Deputy Director, Office of Energy Policy & Systems Analysis, Department of Energy (DOE) and Kit Kennedy, Director, Energy & Transportation Program, NRDC, to discuss nothing less than the future of energy -- the infrastructure, policies and actions to meet our energy, climate, reliability and security needs.  

Film Screening and Discussion of "The Burden" (Portland, OR) Focus Meeting

Tuesday, December 2, 2014 (5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Pacific)
Join E2 for a Portland screening of an important short documentary, The Burden. Director Roger Sorkin worked closely with E2 members and partners to produce this film about the national security risks posed by our country’s fossil fuel dependence and by the mounting geopolitical threats from climate change (trailer). E2 has worked extensively in this arena and will continue to work with military officials and veterans to advance the economic benefits to the private sector arising from Department of Defense clean energy initiatives. Discussion and Q&A to follow the screening. 

E2 Northern California Year-end Social (San Francisco, CA) SpecialEvent

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Pacific)
Join E2 Northern California for our seventh annual holiday social to celebrate the conclusion of another exciting year. E2 will provide hors d'oeuvres, libations, and good cheer. Contact Victoria Brinkerhoff at victoria@e2.org or 415.875.6100 with any questions.

Partner Event: ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit, Feb. 9 - 11, 2014 (Washington, D.C.) SpecialEvent

Monday, February 9, 2015
Register now to attend the 2015 ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit. This annual conference focuses on bringing the latest energy innovations out of the lab and into the market place in order to address America's energy challenges. The Summit gathers 2000+ of the top energy industry experts from government, academia and business for a 3-day program offering informative seminars, practical solutions for break-through technologies, and critical networking opportunities. The Technology Showcase displays more than 300 transformational energy solutions to change the future of the energy landscape. Learn more at www.arpae-summit.com.

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