19-21 October 2010, ExCeL London, UK
The World Future Energy Series is a concept developed as part of a much larger initiative by the Abu Dhabi government. The European Future Energy Forum in London will be the fifth event in the Series since the initiative was launched in association with the government of Abu Dhabi and Masdar in 2008.
Sister event to the hugely successful World Future Energy Summit held annually in Abu Dhabi, the European Future Energy Forum is the first regional event being developed to facilitate a more detailed exchange of knowledge and promote future energy projects and investment opportunities in Europe.
In 2010, the European Future Energy Forum will move to London and will be held in association with Masdar and supported by the UK government through UKTI.
Set to be the first showcase of the new UK Government’s renewable energy policy, the Forum
will provide a global leadership platform for energy ministers, heads of state and international renewable energy manufacturers, investors and service providers to debate the policy, financing and infrastructure required to ensure energy security and sustainability throughout Europe.
Registration is now open. The exhibition is free of charge and conference passes can be purchased from £400.
Ø Register at www.EuropeanFutureEnergyForum.com/register
Ø Request further information at http://www.europeanfutureenergyforum.com/h/Request-Info
A prestigious opening ceremony featuring a keynote speech from the UK’s new coalition government, will be open to all pre-registered delegates and VIPS and will take place on the morning of the 19th October.
A high level conference programme featuring keynote panel debates, expert presentations and Q & A sessions will give delegates access to some of the world’s leading experts on renewable energy and clean technologies.
Expert workshops and round table sessions will allow small groups of delegates the chance to tackle issues in depth, ask questions and meet other professionals working within a particular sector.
The Siemens Green Technology Theatre is an interactive space dedicated to the innovative Siemens green portfolio. Find out how Siemens can influence the new energy age – from power generation, transmission, distribution and consumption.
The Schneider Electric Efficiency Theatre. Solving the energy challenge requires both behaviour change and new technology. Schneider ElectricTM offers you 3 days of discussions on the following topics: Save energy, share energy; challenges of the smarter grid; and EcoStruxureTM Solutions.
The Masdar Future Urban Zone is for anyone looking for solutions in green building and energy efficient urban design. This zone will showcase some of the most innovative construction projects being delivered by architects from across the world. Discover the latest concepts that are being brought to life in the drive to build environmentally friendly and energy efficient living spaces.
The Eco Transport Showcase will display a range of eco-friendly vehicles, concepts and technologies to demonstrate various green transport solutions of the future, including a special exhibit by supporters Transport for London.
The Green IT and Communication Zone will be featuring live demonstrations of environmentally sustainable IT and communication solutions that can make a real contribution to reducing the creation of CO2 in our working lives. Solutions being delivered will include IPTV, video streaming, web conferencing and mobile video.
The UKTI Igloo will offer a number of workshops and debates following on from the themes of the main conference, but focussing on the UK perspective. This is a chance to find out more about particular case studies and projects within the UK, ask questions and network with some of the key UK influencers and decision makers.
Social functions, luncheons and networking opportunities will be available for all exhibitors, sponsors, VIPs, speakers and registered delegates attending the European Future Energy Forum.
EFEF 2010 will provide solutions and business opportunities for the global renewable energy and
environmental technology market by covering on the following themes:
- European policy
- Investment and funding
- Green buildings
- Clean transport
- Solar PV
- Solar Thermal
- Ocean power
- Waste to energy
- Fuel cells
- Carbon management
- Environment strategy
EFEF2010 will be held in London just once before moving on to another European venue next year; therefore this is a unique opportunity for the industry to be a part of a Future Energy event within the UK, close to the financial district and supported by UK Trade and Investment.