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EFEF 2010, London

Start Date:19 Oct 10 End Date:21 Oct 10

The European Future Energy Forum. Meet the leaders – Make a difference. Join the international debate on the future of energy.

This is your chance to participate in Europe's largest exchange of knowledge on the future of energy, network with the highest level of international decision makers and create partnerships to develop solutions that will really make a difference. The European Future Energy Forum will be held at ExCeL London, 19–21 October 2010 in association with Masdar and supported by UKTI.

The European Future Energy Forum includes:

A high level conference
EFEF 2010 will provide solutions and business opportunities for the global renewable energy and environmental technology market. The conference programme will focus on the tools required to deliver and implement Future Energy solutions. It includes 15 conference sessions by experts on specific themes and 150 expert workshops and round table sessions and covers the following themes:

• European policy
• Investment and funding
• Green buildings
• Clean transport
• Wind
• Solar PV
• Solar thermal
• Biofuels
• Ocean power
• Geothermal
• Hydroelectric
• Waste to energy
• Fuel cells
• Carbon management
• Nuclear
• Environment strategy

Speakers confirmed to date include Boris Johnson, Mayor of London; Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, CEO, Masdar; Philip Lowe, director-general Energy, European Commission; Ben Caldecott, head of UK and EU climate change policy, Climate Change Capital; Ingmar Wilhelm, executive vice-president ENEL Green Power and president EPIA and Simon Tilford, chief economist, Centre for European Reform.

For a full list of speakers and topics visit www.europeanfutureenergyforum.com/lce10

A prestigious exhibition
This will accommodate thousands of visitors and offer up to 200 of the region's leading renewable energy suppliers, space to demonstrate solutions and business opportunities for the environmental technology market along with international pavilions and a wide range of social functions and networking opportunities.

How to participate
This is your chance to

• Take part in Europe's largest exchange of knowledge on the future of energy
• Network with the highest level of international decision makers
• Create partnerships to develop solutions that will really make a difference

Lowcarboneconomy.com is an official partner of the European Future Energy Forum and anyone booking through this site will qualify for a reduced rate of £495 + VAT (a saving of £300) for a full 3 day pass. A full 3 day pass includes access to the opening ceremony, all conference sessions, workshops and roundtables, morning and afternoon networking breaks, lunches and all evening social functions.

To book at this special rate please visit www.europeanfutureenergyforum.com/pclce10 and enter PARTNER where it asks for a discount code.

• Launch and demonstrate new technology, products and services
• Meet potential buyers and industry figures face-to-face in one place at one time
• Do deals and arrange private business meetings through the event
• Gain feedback and collect market research
• Promote brands to a European audience
• Build prospect databases and generate sales leads
• Benefit from the extensive EFEF promotional campaign

Promote your brand to investors in renewable energy and energy efficiency. As part of the dynamic 2010 event programme we have developed a range of high-level sponsorship and feature opportunities for companies wishing to position their brand as leading investors in future energy markets.

Share a platform with the world's leading experts or host a round table of your own. If you have something to say, an issue you want to debate or technology you want to demonstrate then this is your chance to engage with an international audience interested in finding solutions in the Future of Energy. Apply at www.europeanfutureenergyforum.com/applytospeak

Show off your technology designs and innovative concepts within one of our workshop theatres or exhibition feature areas. There are a large number of these features at EFEF2010 giving you the opportunity to demonstrate new concepts and technological developments, as well as fantastic networking opportunities.

For more information on any of these opportunities email info@europeanfutureenergyforum.com

To see more details on the European Future Energy Forum or to register for a delegate or visitor pass visit www.europeanfutureenergyforum.com/lce10

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