25th October 2010
This year's European Future Energy Forum attracted over 3,600 delegates and was well received, it has been announced.
Event organisers at Revelation are celebrating the success of the event, which took place from October 19th to the 21st at London's Excel.
The event was attended by over 3,600 people and featured a wide range of companies operating within the green industry and speeches from experts, including Danish minister for climate and energy Lyjee Friss.
Prime minister David Carmeron gave a video address during the opening ceremony, while Chris Huhne, secretary of state for energy and climate change, and Lord David Howell, minister of state for commonwealth affairs, also spoke during the event.
Matt Sims, Revelation's managing director, said the company was delighted with the success of the show.
"It is fantastic to see this year's European Future Energy Forum supported and opened by the prime minister for Great Britain, David Cameron.
"We also had an impressive line-up of speakers and panellists that ensured the event was a must attend for all concerned."