Former US president Bill Clinton is to head a panel of top speakers at an international clean-tech investment forum in Frankfurt, Germany, next week.
The fourth annual Cleantech Congress Europe organised by international asset management firm, ThomasLloyd, will bring together a panel of leading figures from politics, business and technology to debate the future of sustainable energy infrastructure investment.
The event will be held under the banner of ‘Meet Asia. Meet Renewable Energy’s Future’ and will be will be co-hosted by the Republic of the Philippines as the partner nation.
Clinton, who will give an address via a live satellite link, will be joined by other top speakers including Justin Yifu Lin, former chief economist and vice president of the World Bank, Edgardo J Sangara, 16th president of the Senate of the Philippines, and T.U. Michael Sieg, chairman and chief executive of Thomas Lloyd Group.
Sieg said: “In the Asia-Pacific region, the sustainable development of energy policies will not only play a decisive role globally for present and future generations, it will also create the basis for further growth within the region and become an essential factor in shaping the ‘Asian Century’.