Smart Grid Forum - Sep 16, 2010 11:30 am - 1:30 pm at SWRI

  • 16 Sep 2010
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Southwest Research Institute - Space Sciences Bldg. 263

Thanks to everyone for the tremendous interest in this event!  
Directions below:

The various aspects of building a smart grid are mind boggling. Fortunately, we have four excellent presenters who will share with us a fascinating look into the future of a very different world.



Opening Remarks

Dr. Les Shephard     

Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute
The Compelling Emergence of Smart Meters, Smart People and Smart Grids


Brewster McCracken 

Executive Director
Pecan Street Project Austin, TX
Forging major strategic partnerships to develop a world class Smart Grid


 Cris Eugster               

Chief Sustainability Officer, CPS Energy

CPS Energy's Smart Grid Strategic Planning


Ronnie Killough     

Director of Communications and Embedded Systems
Southwest Research Institute

Developing superior cyber security technology to protect the Smart Grid

11:30am Registration;  11:45 Program; 1:30 Adjourn

Cost is $30/person but will be discounted to $20/person if you register before 5pm September 10.

Advanced payment only. There will be no walkups.

Because of limited space for attendance, please register early.

If you have a $20 credit from our June rescheduled program, please e-mail me of your plans to attend the Sep 16 Forum  

Following our luncheon program SWRI will be offering guided tours on a first come first basis to a limited number of attendees.  To reserve a space on the tour

Contact:  Michelle Hernandez


Exit #10 off of South/North 410
East (go inside loop 410) on Culebra approx 1.5 miles
Turn right on Oak Hill to SWRI Main gate
Go through main gate approx ¾ mile to 4 way stop
Turn left at four way stop (Martin Goland Ave)
Building #263  Space and Science
*** can park in B236 parking lot or across the street.

Lost:  call: Michelle Hernadez   210-316-0191

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