As well as First Minister Alex Salmond, speakers at the event, on October 10-11, will include Lord Smith, chairman of the Green Investment Bank; Ron Heyselaar, head of project development for the Abu Dhabi government-backed Masdar Power; deputy director-general Kristian Moller of the Danish Energy Agency; and Scotland's Energy Minister Fergus Ewing.
Other participants include Lady Susan Rice of Lloyds Banking Group Scotland; Akio Fukui of Mitsubishi Power Systems Europe; and Tae Wook Sohn of Samsung's Wind Energy division.
Salmond said: "Scotland's vast natural, renewable resources and our innovation and expertise in green technologies mean we are well-placed to be at the centre of the international low-carbon economy for years to come".
Dr Lena Wilson, chief executive of Scottish Enterprise, said of the conference: "It brings together key players from around the globe to chart our achievements and creates a forum that has potential to break through some of the barriers to reaching our economic and environmental ambitions."
Scotland's low carbon market is expected to be worth £12 billion by the middle of this decade.