The energy efficiency industry has evolved to encompass much more than just energy and is now the Building Performance industry and provides much greater value to its customers than only saving kWh.
Come listen to our startups present how their technologies are helping building managers, from small to large, improve their building's performance, while simultaneously reducing their monthly expenditures.
Also, don't forget that our meetups are announced first in our monthly newsletter (http://bit.ly/clMonthlyNewsletter) before they're announced here along with funding opportunities, partner events, and video from our past talk.
6:00PM - 6:30PM - Food and networking
6:30M - 6:40PM - Intro and announcements
6:40PM - 8:00PM - Presentations and Q&A
8:00PM - 8:30PM - Further refreshments and networking
Brenden Millstein, CEO, Carbon Lighthouse
Hedi Razavi, Co-Founder & COO, Keewi
Hedi Razavi is the co-founder and COO of Keewi, a fast-growing and mission-driven Silicon Valley company bringing electrical plugs of the future into reality.
Prior to founding Keewi, Hedi led a global team in the design and commercialization of various novel medical device technologies at St. Jude Medical in Germany, where she developed an interest in energy and electrical conservation. Hedi graduated with her B.S. from the University of California at Berkeley and received the departmental citation award, the highest recognition bestowed upon an undergraduate student. She completed her M.S. and PhD from Stanford University as a National Science Foundation Fellow and a Siebel Scholar.
Carbon Lighthouse (https://www.carbonlighthouse.com/)
We transform existing electrical sockets to powerful network of IoT sensors that bring comfort, convenience, safety, and efficiency to buildings and for people. In the company’s short history, Keewi has worked with leading institutions such as Stanford, SFO, Mastercard, Levi’s and the Los Angeles Unified School District (to name a few).
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