EFEF launches campaign to find sustainable innovation solutions

The European Future Energy Forum has launched a campaign  to define the crucial ingredients required to make innovation happen for a more sustainable world.

The international survey, in association with Clean Energy pipeline, a division of VB/Research, has already been widely distributed to renewable energy and cleantech professionals to gage the opinions from the global marketplace. The results of this survey will be pulled together into an informative report which will be distributed and debated at EFEF.

Complete the survey now for your chance to win a free conference delegate pass to attend the European Future Energy Forum (10-12 Oct). All participants in the survey or conference will be sent a copy of the report once it is published via email - www.EuropeanFutureEnergyForum.com/vbrsurvey


RESERVE YOUR CONFERENCE PASS NOWEFEF Video Conference Previews on You Tube

Places at the European Future Energy Forum conference are limited this year and will be available on a first-come-first-served basis, over 100 people have already registered to attend. Make sure you don't miss out -  Simply click here for more details and to reserve your pass.


CONFERENCE PREVIEW VIDEO NOW ON YOU TUBE

Take a look at our You Tube channel at www.EuropeanFutureEnergyForum.com/youtube to get a real insight into the European Future Energy Forum this year and to see footage from 2010. You will be able to watch a series of presentations by André Schneider, Conference Director, explaining what delegates can expect to find when they register to attend.

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME ANNOUNCED


Click here to view the conference programme and speakers confirmed to date

ASDReportsTAKE A STAND WITHIN THE EFEF CLEANTECH EXHIBITION

There are still limited exhibition stands available within the EFEF Cleantech exhibition for more information on booking a stand click here Special packages available for country pavilions.

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Former managing director of the World Economic Forum, André Schneider, has been announced as conference director of the 2011 European Future Energy Forum. 'Future Energy production and security is an international concern that affects all of us' says André, 'I am looking forward to the challenge of bringing the world's decision makers and energy leaders together to create an event where real debate and serious steps forward will be made'. Read more
 

The European Future Energy Forum

With 3,713 business people and decision makers from 53 countries attending the European Future Energy Forum in London 19-21 October 2010, the organisers are pleased to announce the next event in the European series will be held 10-12 October 2011 in Geneva.

The 2010 event was deemed a great success with HRH The Prince of Wales, David Cameron, UK Prime Minister, Chris Huhne, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change and Boris Johnson, Mayor of London officially welcoming delegates who met to debate issues and find solutions for the future of energy.

The move to Geneva in 2011 will create a central hub for international business and government leaders to once again meet and formulate solutions to the Future Energy issues that we continue to face. For example how to save energy using these space heaters

The theme for the Forum this year will be 'Making Innovation Happen for a Sustainable World', with a conference programme that aims to generate inspiration and knowledge transfer across energy sectors and geographical regions whilst focusing on actually finding solutions to turn the big ideas into feasible results.

This is an an opportunity for you to present your own ideas, demonstrate technology, debate the issues, find business partnerships, understand the policy decision making process and network with the people who will make the difference. Put the dates in your diary now (10-12 October) to make sure you don't miss out.

For more information please complete our online form or email your contact details and questions to [email protected]


 

INTRODUCING THE EUROPEAN FUTURE ENERGY FORUM 2011

The European Future Energy Forum (EFEF) is an initiative developed with Masdar - Abu Dhabi’s multi-faceted, multi-billion dollar investment in the development and commercialisation of innovative technologies in renewable, alternative and sustainable energies. EFEF was launched in 2009 following the success of the World Future Energy Summit held annually in Abu Dhabi. Now established as an annual event in its own right this will be the 3rd European Future Energy Forum following high-quality forums in Bilbao and London.

The move to Geneva in 2011 will create a central hub for international business and government leaders to once again meet and find solutions to the Future Energy issues that we continue to face. The theme for the Forum this year will be ‘Making Innovation Happen for a Sustainable World’ with a conference programme that aims to generate inspiration and knowledge transfer across energy sectors and geographic regions, whilst bridging the gap to actually finding solutions to turn the big ideas into feasible results.

EFEF 2011 will consist of a high-profile conference alongside an international Cleantech exhibition. This event is an opportunity for attendees to present their own ideas, demonstrate technology, debate the issues, find business partnerships, understand the policy decision making process and network with the people who will make the difference.

‘Masdar looks forward to the European Future Energy Forum in Geneva, where we hope to continue our search for partnerships to address our future energy challenges’
Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, CEO, Masdar

PUT THE DATES IN YOUR DIARY NOW – 10-12 October 2011, Palexpo, Geneva

WHAT’S DIFFERENT ABOUT EFEF?

Out with the old, in with the new

In 2011 we are focussing on the technology…

• What are the latest ideas that will evolve or disrupt the energy markets of the future?
• What are the policy frameworks that need to be in place to make it happen?
• How do we assure return on investment and avoid the pitfalls of the past?
• How to save energy with space heaters?
• How do we create the necessary infrastructure to enable real change?

See the world through the eyes of visionary thinkers and hear their predictions for the future through a series of inspirational keynote presentations.

The Forum this year will also be more interactive with audience participation actively encouraged through panel debates and the opportunity to arrange 1-2-1 appointments with hundreds of international delegates.

Standing out from the crowd

The European Future Energy Forum attracts the highest level of decision makers, creating an environment where large international business relationships are developed and business deals are done.

EFEF looks at the big international picture – looking at creating solutions through technology, policy, finance, infrastructure and getting the energy mix right through production and security.
 

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  • Micheline Calmy-Rey, Swiss President

    "Geneva has a longstanding tradition and a strong reputation as a centre for the promotion of future-oriented technologies. I am confident that Geneva as the host city will make every effort to render the European Future Energy Forum 2011 a great success"

  • Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, CEO, Masdar

    “The European Future Energy Forum has showed that it is the premier renewable energy conference and exhibition in Europe. Masdar looks forward to next year’s event in Geneva where we hope to continue our search for partnerships to address our future energy challenges.”