The event, which is being held outside Washington for the first time in its history, will take place from 30 March to 1 April.
More than 500 companies from the US, Europe, Asia and Africa are expected to attend the international forum. The objective is to strengthen commercial relationships between continents and to position the Canary Islands as a "logistical centre of business" in the Atlantic.
There will be 10 panels featuring 40 international speakers and several workshops that will focus on renewable energies, technology, innovation in energy and infrastructure among other topics. During the visit delegates will be given the opportunity to see a selection of recently launched carbon-free villas located in the south of Tenerife and to explore the Port of Santa Cruz.