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Energy Infotech Forum


for Members

Energy Infotech Forum

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

The New York Academy of Sciences

Presented By

Presented by Innovate New York and NYSERDA


New York's unique capabilities in information technology, internet applications, media and finance position it to be a global leader at the intersection of IT and clean tech. The Energy Infotech Forum brings together leading technologists, developers, entrepreneurs, and investors, to highlight opportunities to realize value from leveraging information within the energy system. Sessions on Commercializing Energy Information, Opportunities Behind the Meter, Finding Capital for New Energy Applications, and Smart Grid will be presented, along with networking opportunities and brief presentations from entrepreneurs in the space. The Forum is a kickoff event in a series aimed at fostering a leading innovation ecosystem in Energy Infotech, centered in New York.


Michael Shimazu



Anthony Abate


Raphael Carty

Callida Energy

Laurent Cohen


Rebecca Craft

Con Edison

Scott DePasquale

Braemar Energy Ventures

Seth Frader-Thompson

Energy Hub

Michael Herzig

Locus Energy

John Johnson

CALM Energy

Bob Karlicek

Smart Lighting ERC/Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Thomas Magee

Con Edison

Govi Rao


Anand Sanwal

CB Insights

Thomas Scaramellino

Efficiency 2.0

Jun Shimada


Jane Snowdon

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

David Unger

US Energy Group

John VanDeCar


David Waserstein


Networking Reception to Follow.

Registration Pricing

This meeting is free for all.

Presented by:


Gold Sponsors



* Presentation times are subject to change

Tuesday, June 21

8:00 AM

Breakfast / Registration

8:45 AM

Welcome Remarks

9:00 AM

Commercializing Energy Information

10:00 AM

Energy Infotech Startups I

10:15 AM

Coffee Break

10:30 AM

Opportunities Behind the Meter

11:30 AM


12:45 PM

Finding Capital for New Energy Information Applications

1:45 PM

Energy Infotech Startups II

2:00 PM

Coffee Break

2:15 PM

Opportunities in the Grid

3:15 PM

Wrap Up

3:30 PM

Networking Reception


Presented by:


Gold Sponsors


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