BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//64.91.232.183//NONSGML kigkonsult.se iCalcreator 2.26.9// CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:MIT Enterprise Forum San Diego X-WR-CALDESC: X-FROM-URL:http://www.kingfly.net.cn X-WR-TIMEZONE:America/Los_Angeles BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Los_Angeles X-LIC-LOCATION:America/Los_Angeles BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:20201101T020000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0700 TZOFFSETTO:-0800 RDATE:20211107T020000 TZNAME:PST END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT DTSTART:20210314T020000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0800 TZOFFSETTO:-0700 RDATE:20220313T020000 TZNAME:PDT END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-5128@www.kingfly.net.cn DTSTAMP:20210207T041829Z CATEGORIES;LANGUAGE=en-US:MITEF San Diego CONTACT:Anita Rusch\; 858-771-MIT1 (858-771-6481)\; Anita.Rusch@gmail.com DESCRIPTION:
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As California pursues its goal of 6 0% renewable energy by 2030 and 100% zero-carbon electricity by 2045\, cap turing and storing renewable energy resources will be critical in ending t he state¡¯s dependence on fossil fuels and meeting ambitious climate change goals.? In the San Diego region\, cities are adopting climate action plan s calling for 100% renewable energy by as soon as 2035.? Rapidly accelerat ing progress in energy storage is bringing us closer than ever to achievin g a cleaner\, more resilient grid and pollution-free transportation.? Join us as we explore a variety of the most innovative storage developments an d deployments including:

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We¡¯ve partnered with Clea ntech San Diego to provide an overview on energy innovation and storage\, and to moderate the panel.

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SPEAKERS :

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  1. Stephen T. Johnston\, Growth Development Manager \, San Diego Gas & Electric
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  3. Mike Ferry\, Director of Energy Stor age and Systems\, Center for Energy Research\, UC\, San Diego
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  5. Jo sh Gerber\, Founder & Principal\, 33 North Energy
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  7. Russell Vare\, Director\, Business Development\, Nuvve Corporation
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  9. Cyrus Rusto mji\, CEO & Founder\, South 8 Technologies
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MODERAT OR:? Marty Turock\, Strategic Projects Consultant\, Cleantech San Diego

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Upon graduation from Princeton University with a BSE in chemical engineering\, Marty joine d a General Electric\, Management Training Program and over his 20+ year c areer at GE?rose to become one of the top Global Operating Managers in the Engineered Materials Businesses including P&L leadership roles in Canada and Hong Kong.
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In San Diego\, Marty?Turock has establishe d a sustainability consulting practice including Cleantech San Diego\, SDG &E\, and a number of high tech and cleantech startup companies?as his prim ary clients. ?Marty?currently leads the?CEC EPIC-funded Southern Californi a Energy Innovation Network in helping entrepreneurs accelerate commercial traction for their breakthrough energy innovations.

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Stephen T. Johnston i s the Growth Development Manager at SDG&E.? He creates and develops new re venue opportunities in both traditional and non-traditional utility activi ties\, connecting the dots between market opportunities and the engineerin g\, regulatory\, operations\, and strategy.? Prior to SDG&E\, Stephen work ed at multiple high-tech and semiconductor companies creating new product lines and revenue streams.? He has a Master¡¯s degree in Physics\, an MBA f rom London Business School\, and served in the U.S. Marine Corps.? He live s in Ocean Beach with his wife and three sons.

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?Cyrus Rustomji obtained his Ph.D. in Material Science in 2015 from UC San Diego and his B.S. in Physics from UC Los Angeles in 2007. He is currently founder and CTO of South 8 Techno logies\, working to commercialize next-generation battery devices using no vel electrolyte materials. He has over 12 years experience in research\, d evelopment and commercialization of energy storage and conversion material s and devices. He has also held development and technical positions in the battery\, aerospace\, and semiconductor industries. He has 14 issued and pending patents and several publications in peer reviewed journals.

\n< p>?Mike F erry is the Director of Energy Storage & Systems at the UC San Diego Cente r for Energy Research (https://cer.ucsd.ed u/)\, overseeing campus research on the development and deployment of advanced energy storage technologies and the integration of renewable gene ration\, including technical and commercial demonstration projects to impr ove the performance of renewable energy systems and microgrid operations\, cost-benefit and market analysis\, and the promotion of multi-disciplinar y frameworks to enable large-scale storage and renewable energy adoption. Mike holds a Master of Science degree from the Energy and Resources Group at the University of California\, Berkeley.

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?Josh Gerber is the Founder and Principal at 33 North Energy LLC\, an energy storage & DER consulting firm. He is an expert on cutting-edge energy policy\, business and technology issues\, and works with companies to grow California¡¯s ele ctric transportation and energy storage sectors.

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Prior to founding 33 North Energy\, Josh spent 15 years at San Diego Gas & Electric\, worki ng on smart grid\, energy storage\, and other advanced technologies. While at SDG&E\, he led the commercial and regulatory efforts for 430 megawatt hours (MWh) of utility-scale energy storage projects\, and the installatio n of 150 MWh in 2016-17 ¨C including the largest lithium-ion battery projec t in North America in Escondido\, CA.

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?Russell Vare is Director of U.S. Bus iness Development for Nuvve and is leading vehicle to grid (V2G) business opportunities in North America.??He has over 15 years of experience in the automotive industry\, including Nissan and Mercedes-Benz. He¡¯s led strate gy\, sales and marketing for the cross-over between EV and energy storage and has been successful in bringing new technologies to market

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AGEND A
\n5:30:?Registration\, Networkin g\, food and drinks
\n6:30:?Presentation
\n7:30:?Audience Q & A< br />\n8:00:?Program Concludes\,?Networking\, Coffee & Dessert until?8:30< br />\n

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