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|Subject:||[blue-ms] Registration discount offered to members planning to attend ConnectivityWeek 2011|
|From:||Jane Harnad (jane...@oasis-open.org)|
|Date:||Apr 27, 2011 3:51:57 pm|
[The following announcement is being sent on behalf of the organizers of ConnectivityWeek 2011. OASIS is a co-sponsor of the event and members of OASIS are entitled to receive a 20% discount off their registration - use Guest Code: XCVQGT when registering.]
"...helping to stimulate thoughtful discussion..."
OASIS cordially invites you to attend ConnectivityWeek, the only conference focused exclusively on the benefits of Smart Grid -- beyond the Grid. OASIS is providing you with a special discounted registration.
ConnectivityWeek Offers Rock-Star Speaker Line-Up with Strong Opening Sessions on Monday
ConnectivityWeek 2011 will host an astounding 200+ industry experts leading 100 fact-filled sessions in a 150 hours of leading-edge Smart Grid discussions.
Major Headliners The conference will offer key headline speakers, including:
* Aneesh Chopra, Chief Technology Officer, United States of America, will speak about the need for technology innovation to drive Smart Grid. * Geoffrey Moore, author and Managing Director, The Chasm Group, will address the relevance of "crossing the chasm" to the Smart Grid and why we must create a compelling Smart Grid narrative and new business models that overcome the pull of the past. * See Speaker List <http://www.connectivityweek.com/2011/#speakers> >
Monday Opens Strong with Consumer Symposium
http://www.clasma.net/logos/Associations/SGCC/SGCC-Small.pngConnectivityWeek will waste no time in getting to the heart of consumer matters. Organized in partnership with the Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative (SGCC), the interactive Consumer Symposium on Monday, May 23, is designed to get beyond the rhetoric and advance the conversation to arrive at practical solutions. Participants will tackle three controversial topics: Health Concerns and Smart Grid, Privacy and Data, and Low-Income Communities and Dynamic Pricing.
http://www.connectivityweek.com/2011/res/EcoAlign.pngIn conjunction with the symposium, a new consumer report will be released from EcoAlign, in follow-up to consumer survey results released in 2010. Findings will also address key symposium topics.
Be sure to register today by visiting www.ConnectivityWeek.com <http://www.connectivityweek.com/2011/#home> .
"ConnectivityWeek is an important forum, helping to stimulate thoughtful discussion about the intersection of technology and policy that can deliver real benefits to consumers," - Chris Thomas, Director of Policy, Citizens Utility Board
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<http://www.connectivityweek.com/2011/#register_2506> Register Now
Santa Clara, CA <http://www.connectivityweek.com/2011/#travel> May 23-26, 2011
View Preliminary Agenda <http://www.connectivityweek.com/2011/#agenda>
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