Silicon Valley Energy Summit, 2019
Photos from SVES 2018
100% employee-owned construction company Swinerton’s booth in the sponsor showcase
Conversation for Action on the future of energy technology
The World Economic Forum’s Cheryl Martin delivers SVES 2018’s keynote.
MicroByre co-founder Sarah Richardson gives her TED-style talk.
Speaker Andras Boross of Stem chats with a participant during the reception.
Byron Benjamin of Boeing and Vince Romanin, co-founder of Treau
Henry Ahem of Shell talks with participants in sponsor showcase during networking break.
Gemi Jose Gonzalez Lopez participates in the Conversation for Action on NAFTA.
Nearly full house for the parallel session on microgrids
The debate’s “con” team: Stanford GSB’s Michael Ostrovsky and Deloitte’s Brian Goncher
IoT tools for efficient and cybersecure buildings discussant, Ravi Jadhav of Cisco
Beth Vaughan, V. John White and Jan Pepper in parallel session on community choice energy
Feasible’s Andrew Hsieh talks with audience member after the founders’ panel.
Stanford Woods for the Environment's director Chris Field during "unscripted" close.
Marcela Ochoa of The Nature Conservancy at session on community choice energy. (Credit all photos: Steve Castillo)
Band of Angels’ Jeff Byron kicks off the lunchtime debate.
Consuls General Gonzalez Lopez of Mexico and Sarkar of Canada discuss NAFTA renegotiations.
Hermann Tribukait of Mexico Energy R&D Funds and Barbara Heydorn of SRI International
Silicon Valley Power’s Erica Jue and Arielle Romero during a networking break
SVES 2018 planning committee members
The founders answer audience questions after their individual TED-style talks.
Conversation for Action on community choice aggregation
Stanford’s John Weyant and energy resources engineering masters’ student Holger Teichgraeber
Cheryl Martin and participant Qing Tian of the California Energy Commission
News from SVES 2018
Feb 3 2019
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California is leaps and bounds ahead of the rest of America when it comes to electric vehicle adoption, but so far most of those EVs are owned by one sort of dude.
Attendees at the annual Silicon Valley Energy Summit (SVES) on Thursday, Jun. 21 developed plans that may enhance energy efficiency, both in the United States and worldwide. The event, which occurs annually, addressed contemporary issues with energy that affect both individuals and firms.
Jun 27 2018
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By Mark Golden
STANFORD, Calif.—Autonomous vehicles are bad for the environment, argued the team that triumphed in the annual debate at Stanford University’s Silicon Valley Energy Summit.
Polling before the debate had the audience—both in person and following live on YouTube—squarely supporting...