The different discussions around climate change have shown the importance of the introduction of new energy sources and the development and management of existing ones. The challenge of the coming years will be to identify innovations that will make a difference, how to implement them and, even more so, to understand what will be the disruptive developments in this field.
The European Future Energy Forum, 10-12 October at Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerlandconsists of a high-profile conference alongside an international CleanTech exhibition and will address these questions in a real multi-stakeholder environment with decision makers from governments, regulators, investors, financial institutions, business and NGOs, and a special emphasis on business from utility, energy, renewable energy, infrastructure companies and future energy consultancies.
The conference’s theme is 'Making Innovation Happen for a Sustainable World' and will generate inspiration and knowledge transfer across energy sectors and geographical regions whilst focusing on finding solutions to turn big ideas into feasible results.
The exhibition offers companies with 'Cutting Edge' ideas and technology the opportunity to present their products and services and to meet government decision makers, industry leaders, consultants, advisors, investors, purchasers and journalists.
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