Global Clean Energy 2010
Why Attend?

The Global Clean Energy Forum is convened by the International Herald Tribune, one of the world's most respected and influential media brands, together with Portugal's leading business daily, Diario Económico.

Since 2007, the IHT has set the agenda in writing on energy and the environment with the insightful reporting and analysis of its award-winning Business of Green series. To discover the Business of Green, download your free special compilation of articles here.

Why attend?
  • With limited public monies for renewables, you need to meet the financiers who will be able to help you get your projects off the ground 
  • Enjoy incredible networking opportunities - meet and mingle with hundreds of world-renowned business figures, global thought leaders and key decision makers from the clean energy community 
  • See high level speakers from the highest levels of government, industry and finance, and find out their thoughts on the future of clean energy 
  • Understand the different drivers behind renewable energy development – from economic to energy security – and learn about the interplay with politics and the global agenda
  • Discover new energy opportunities – as well as learning about the challenges facing each market sector
  • Be heard, and help shape the future of energy in the critical run up to the COP 16 talks in Cancùn
  • Be inspired by and learn from some of the brightest and most entrepreneurial minds in the energy world, including Lord Browne, Jeremy Rifkin, Rajendra Pachauri, Fatih Birol and many others
  • Gain insight into the leaders and laggards of the clean energy race – and what you need to do to ensure you emerge a winner

No other event will bring together such a high-level mix of participants - the Global Clean Energy Forum is a meeting point and platform on which business leaders and global citizens can debate the future of energy.