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"Power and Motion: Economic and Environmental Vitality through Emerging
Energy and Transportation Technologies.
April 24th, 2003
Cities/Non-Profit Organizations/Students and Seniors $40
ALL WHO REGISTER BY APRIL 11th WILL RECIEVE THE $40 RATE!!!
SVMG Members $75
Non-SVMG Members $100
The Hydrogen Economy. Fuel Cells for Vehicles and Power. Distributed
Generation. Electric, Hybrid and 'other' Cars. Innovations to Reduce
Emissions, and a Valley-Wide CO2 Reduction Goal!
Can your imagination keep up with technology? How will these things change
the way we live? How do we take advantage of technology that's already
available? How do we plan now for the energy and environment-saving
technologies of the future?
You will come away inspired, informed and equipped with practical tools to
guide your company or organization in identifying energy saving and
innovative transportation and energy opportunities and implementing actions
that can provide financial and environmental benefits.
Join us on April 24th, 2003. Together with the Silicon Valley Environmental
Partnership, CalEPA, and PG&E, the Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group will
present "Power and Motion: Economic and Environmental Vitality through
Emerging Energy and Transportation Technologies" at AMD's Corporate
Headquarters' campus in Sunnyvale.
Winston Hickox, Secretary CalEPA
Ralph Cavanagh, Senior Attourney for the Natural Resources Defense Council
Denise Michelson, Environmental Director for British Petroleum USA
Michale Peevey, President of the California Public Utilities Commission
Bob Therkelsen, Executive Director of the California Energy Commission
Jeff Morales, Director of the California Department of Transportation
Wendy Pulling, Director of of Environmental Policy, PG&E
Daniel Kammen, Director of the Renewable and Appropriate Technology
There will be additional panel speakers who are experts on transportation
and energy policy and technology.
The three attached PDF files are the event agenda and the registration form.
You will need Adobe Acrobat to open and read these files (free download from
You can find the same event and registration information at the SVMG website
at www.svmg.org , or you can call Margaret Bruce, SVMG Environmental
Programs Director at 408/501-7858 for more information.
Director, Environmental Programs
Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group