The upcoming European Future Energy Forum (EFEF) is to feature keynote speeches from some of the continent's top government ministers.
UK energy and climate change secretary Chris Huhne will address delegates at the conference, while Carlos Zorrinho, vice minister for energy and innovation in Portugal and Spain's energy minister Pedro Marin will also speak at the event.
Lykke Friis, the Danish energy and climate change minister, will be the fourth European energy spokesperson at EFEF.
As well as the conference, which features various European energy experts coming together to discuss the future of wind power, biofuels, clean transport and solar energy in the continent, EFEF will include an exhibition with hundreds of organisations expected to turn up.
EFEF, which is in its second year after 2009's debut in Bilbao, takes place at the ExCel Centre in London from October 19th to 21st 2010, with around 900 companies already registered to be in attendance at the event.