Date(s) - Dec 8, 2015 - Dec 10, 2015
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
International Conference Center
Conference and Exhibition
International Conference Center Abuja, Nigeria
The Nigeria Electricity Expo is a high level twin-track conference that covers the key business issues and latest technologies in the power generation, Transmission and Distribution sector.
Professionals from within and the Nigerian and international power operators under one roof will use this conference to address practical solutions to meet the challenges facing the power industry.
Most importantly the steps and renewed efforts of the present Government to improve its power sector and its willingness to partner with international power operators.
Key issues to be deliberated on
Nigeria’s roadmap to Power
Details of privatization and commercialization policies
Investment structure for power projects
Obtaining long term financing for projects
Gaining investor’s confidence
$475 Per SQM for prospective exhibitors on the floor of the Nigeria Electricity Expo
The Nigeria Electricity Expo 2015 features the major players within Nigeria and the international power industry displaying and demonstrating the latest device, services and technologies, representing unrivalled networking and business opportunities for attendees and exhibitors.
Why participate in the Nigeria Electricity Expo 2015.
Nigeria stands as one of the largest economy in Africa
Over 40,000 megawatts of electricity is expected to be generated within now and 2020.
Reinforce commitment to the market place.
Raise your company profile awareness.
Showcase your products and technologies and develop new customer base.
Meet industry key decision makers under one roof.
Unique access to the Power generation industry in Nigeria.
Promote new products and services to the Industry.
An opportunity to create sales and make lasting relationship with clients in Nigeria/Africa.
Meet your prospective customers face to face.
Delegates and Exhibitors welcome
Group : USD1800
Speakers: President Muhammed Buhari (President Nigeria), Prof. Yemi Osinbajo (Vice President Nigeria)Richard Doyle, Tony Elumelu, Jules Kortenhorst, Benjamin Ehmcke
Category: Exhibitions | Energy and Environment