On June 25, 2015, Stanford University’s Precourt Energy Efficiency Center partnered with Sustainable Silicon Valley, held the Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2015. Attendees were able to engage in facilitated Conversations for Action on targeted topics, and explore energy-saving solutions at the Expo, in addition to listening to the event’s dynamic speakers. SVES 2015 was a great opportunity to learn, share and collaborate about sustainable energy.Read more
In response to California’s drought, Sustainable Silicon Valley recently organized a Water Technology Symposium to inform attendees about onsite water reuse. The event, which was held at George E. Pake Auditorium of PARC, a Xerox Company in Palo Alto on Wednesday, September 16, 2015, brought together technology experts, water providers, government and corporate leaders to deepen the understanding of key methods for distributed treatment and reuse of water. There were engaging discussions about how to save California’s precious resource.Read more
Changing Minds Through an Integrative Approach
At Sustainable Silicon Valley’s annual summit, WEST 2014: Net Positive Call to Action, Senior Vice President of Sustainability Strategies at SAP, Thomas Odenwald, spearheaded a Conversation for Action titled “Data & Metrics”. Thomas used the announcement of SSV’s new initiative, Net Positive Bay Area, with the goal of making the Bay Area a net positive region by 2050, as a launch pad for the discussion. Read moreInterested in becoming a partner? Please visit here for more information.
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