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Cleantech group investigates smart grids and home energy monitoring

How can the UK optimise the production and use of renewable energy? That is the question to be addressed at the next Cambridge Network Cleantech special interest group meeting, which takes place at lunchtime on Monday September 27th.

As energy prices soar, and consumers and utility companies look for ways to integrate renewable sources, making a smarter grid is becoming more important. This will require technologies that enable peak shaving/demand response, electric vehicle integration, variable pricing to match consumption to generation,  efficient storage and transmission, and microgeneration.

This session will showcase Cambridge technologies from Network members AlertMe, AmiHo, ARM and TTP. It will also feature guest speaker Daniel Hullah (pictured), Principal at Rockport Capital, a VC investing in cleantech technology, who will give the investor's perspective. The event will be chaired by Hugh Parnell of EnviroTech.

Speakers include:

  • Kevin Smith (VP Segment Marketing, ARM) ARM designs and licenses high performance, low cost, power efficient RISC microprocessors
  • Chris Hole (Senior Consultant, TTP): The Smart Grid – what is it? Who benefits and what are the key players and technologies?
  • Pilgrim Beart (Founder, AlertMe): How Home Energy will change over the next decade – a consumer perspective.
  • Steve Clarke (Founder and Technical Director, AMiHo) Home Area Network communications or My gas meter has become a windbag - what language is it speaking?

This event will take place at lunchtime, with registration from 11:30, and close by 14:30.  Presentations will be followed by discussion and Q&A, then a networking buffet lunch. The venue is the Hauser Forum (3 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge, CB3 0GT).

This event has already attracted attendees including Cambridge Consultants, Cambridge Design Partnership, Cambridge Industrial Design, Ember, Fen Technology, Green Energy Options, Intergence, IntrasonicsPhilips, Samsung, Sentec, Taylor Wessing, TTP, and the University of Cambridge. It is open to Corporate Members of Cambridge Network at no cost.

Registration is required - please book a place here.

Quelle: Cambridge Network Redaktion: Länder / Organisationen: Vereinigtes Königreich (Großbritannien) Themen: Energie Umwelt u. Nachhaltigkeit Netzwerke

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