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Tuesday, May 12 • 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Energy and the Internet of Things Full

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The connected home is no longer science fiction, with everything from solar panels, electric cars, and smart thermostats beginning to talk to each other about how to best use the energy in your house. This shift has the potential to profoundly impact our own personal power choices, allowing people to decide more about not only where their energy comes from but how it gets used, down to details like when the dishwasher turns on and programming your AC from remote locations. Hear from executives at Simple Energy, Nest, and Tendril discussing how their companies are addressing the challenges of the evolving energy ecosystem, with strategies that include both working with utilities and innovating at the edges of the grid.

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Beth Hartman

Project Manager, Incubatenergy Network
Beth is Project Manager of the Incubatenergy Network, www.incubatenergy.org

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Hunter Albright

Hunter is General Manager of Data Services at Tendril and has a PhD in Systems Engineering.
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Bill LeBlanc

Chief Instigation Agent, E Source
Bill is an energy efficiency expert at E Source, founder of the Association of Energy Service Professionals (AESP) and a stand-up comedian.
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Justin Segall

Founder of Simple Energy, a Techstars company focused on digital and social channels to motivate people to save energy.

Tuesday May 12, 2015 5:00pm - 6:30pm MDT
Simple Energy office Suite 310, 1215 Spruce Street Boulder, CO 80302

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