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European Future Energy Forum
 
   
Start Date 09/06/2009
 
End Date 11/06/2009
 
Location Bilbao 
 
Country Spain 
 
Description The European Future Energy Forum will be Europe’s largest exchange of knowledge, focusing on the issues, demands and future energy solutions and this is your chance to participate.

The Future Urban Zone is a gallery of sustainable design concepts and 3-dimensional models to show the cutting edge of development in this market and architects and organisations are invited to bring their ideas to the event. Those with suitable models, wishing to present their sustainable building or urban development concepts can participate in the Forum free of charge by downloading an application form at www.EuropeanFutureEnergyForum.com/urban

Keynote conference sessions at the Forum also include debates on Green Building and Energy Efficiency in Commercial and Public Spaces. The Forum will provide a platform for politicians, policy makers and architects to discuss how green building can, and must, become mainstream. Confirmed speakers to date include Khaled Awad, Director of Property Development, MASDAR City, Sir Terry Farrell, Principal, Terry Farrell & Partners, Julien de Smedt, Founder & Director, JDS Architects and Bill Dunster, Principal, ZEDFactory.

Other ways to participate
Attend the free exhibition
Attend the conference
Host a Roundtable Session
The Eco Transport Parade
CLEAN MOVES
Book exhibition space or take a sponsorship opportunity
Technical Tours 

 
URL www.europeanfutureenergyforum.com
 
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