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Energy Conference To Hold In September In Nigeria

The eighth edition of the Energy Conference and Exhibition will be held from September 20–22, 2022 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos, Nigeria, by the newly renamed Power Nigeria, now known as Nigeria Energy. The 2020 rebranding was intended to represent how power production and energy security are evolving.

The exhibition will also showcase several cutting-edge power firms, from traditional thermal power generation to transmission and distribution (T&D), as well as renewable energy and energy storage, according to Ade Yesufu, Exhibition Manager – Energy portfolio – MEA, Informa Markets.

“Nigeria Energy will offer a venue for important government officials, businesses in the private sector, and investors to engage, exchange expertise and ideas, and discover answers to Nigeria’s expanding energy needs.

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The conference, according to Yesufu, “will offer a blueprint for Nigeria’s power sector in the years to come, not only to enhance access to energy but also to promote economic growth and create jobs throughout West Africa.”

To address the present issues and chances in the African power industry, the Nigeria Energy Conference Steering Committee was established.

“Building capacity: Establishing a strategic framework and regulatory framework to support the growth of power production in Nigeria; Finance and investments: Developing procurement models and payment mechanisms to attract regional and international capital,” among other topics, will be among the conference’s main discussion themes.

“The industry is supporting the exhibition with SkipperSeil Limited, a leader in infrastructure and power worldwide, confirmed as the Main Sponsor, Simba Group as the Platinum Sponsor, Tranos as the Gold Sponsor, and Eaton, Lucy Electric, and Jubaili Bros as confirmed Silver Sponsors,” reads a statement from the organizers of the event.

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The eighth edition of the Energy Conference and Exhibition will be held from September 20–22, 2022 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos, Nigeria, by the newly renamed Power Nigeria, now known as Nigeria Energy. The 2020 rebranding was intended to represent how power production and energy security are evolving.

The exhibition will also showcase several cutting-edge power firms, from traditional thermal power generation to transmission and distribution (T&D), as well as renewable energy and energy storage, according to Ade Yesufu, Exhibition Manager – Energy portfolio – MEA, Informa Markets.

“Nigeria Energy will offer a venue for important government officials, businesses in the private sector, and investors to engage, exchange expertise and ideas, and discover answers to Nigeria’s expanding energy needs.

READ MORE: Seplat Energy Records $527m In Half Year Revenue

The conference, according to Yesufu, “will offer a blueprint for Nigeria’s power sector in the years to come, not only to enhance access to energy but also to promote economic growth and create jobs throughout West Africa.”

To address the present issues and chances in the African power industry, the Nigeria Energy Conference Steering Committee was established.

“Building capacity: Establishing a strategic framework and regulatory framework to support the growth of power production in Nigeria; Finance and investments: Developing procurement models and payment mechanisms to attract regional and international capital,” among other topics, will be among the conference’s main discussion themes.

“The industry is supporting the exhibition with SkipperSeil Limited, a leader in infrastructure and power worldwide, confirmed as the Main Sponsor, Simba Group as the Platinum Sponsor, Tranos as the Gold Sponsor, and Eaton, Lucy Electric, and Jubaili Bros as confirmed Silver Sponsors,” reads a statement from the organizers of the event.

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