VentureBeat held its big cleantech conference this week, GreenBeat 2010, at Stanford University. Our lead green writer, Iris Kuo, has already reviewed one of the conference’s big themes — that data may be the next big wave in cleantech.
Looking beyond the ideas, here’s a gallery of photos from the event, taken by Dean Takahashi. In the image above, VentureBeat founder Matt Marshall welcomes attendees to the conference.
Kevin Dasso, senior director of transmission and distribution at PG&E, talks about why utility companies must evolve.
Venture capitalist Vinod Khosla discusses the smart grid, warning against hype and wishful thinking.
Stanford professor Yi Cui looks ahead at the future of storage.
Note that VentureBeat Executive Editor Owen Thomas is wearing a green shirt in keeping with the conference theme.
John Doerr, a venture capitalist whose investments include Amazon and Google, considers the cleantech investment landscape and says the industry is waiting for its “Netscape moment” — which could come next year.
Katie Fehrenbacher of the Earth2Tech blog moderates a panel on the role that consumer behavior plays in saving energy. From left to right, the panel included Scott Hublou of EcoFactor, Rod Morris of Opower, Google green energy czar Bill Wiehl, and Saul Zambrano of PG&E.
This is probably a good time to mention once again that GreenBeat wouldn’t have happened without the event’s sponsors and especially our co-hosts, SSE Labs.