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Nigeria Energy 2022 has officially come to an end

Thank you for attending, we will see you next year from 19 - 21 September 2023.

West Africa's leading energy exhibition and conference

  • Network face-to-face with investors, financial institutions, utilities & regulatory authorities, developers and EPC contractors
  • Find the right product for your next power project across smart metering, gas-to-power, solar, off-grid solutions and more
  • Get access to expert advice on the sector’s challenges through our flagship conference from 20 - 22 September
  • Be at the forefront of the industry as Nigeria Energy plays a key role in achieving the power sector’s long-term commitments

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Check out the event highlights

Nigeria Energy 2022 is endorsed by the Federal Ministry of Power Nigeria

The Nigeria Energy Conference 2022

The Nigeria Energy 2022 Conference will bring together key stakeholders from Nigeria’s energy sector, from government ministries and regulators to gas companies supplying fuel to grid-connected plants to independent power producers, distribution companies, and the bodies mandated to facilitate the development of renewable energy and off-grid solutions.

4 Powerful Themes | 25+ CPD Sessions | 55+ Speakers 

Building Capacity


Finance and investments


Digitalisation, data and Technologies


The renewable energy opportunity


Speakers for 2022

Nigeria Energy Product Sectors

Nigeria Energy unites the West African energy community through FOUR dedicated product sectors.


Energy & Utilities Africa Outlook Report 2022

Gain insights into the region's energy sector

Download the Energy & Utilities Africa market outlook report to find out more about the business opportunities, regulatory environment in the region’s power market. The report will give you insights into:

  • Power sector outlook: MENA region goes green
  • The future of African power markets

Hear from the Nigeria Energy Team

“Nigeria’s power sector needs technological transformation and digitalization to compete globally and achieve sustainable growth. The first step to achieving this would be to attract key local and international investors not only to dialogue with other stakeholders but also to discover viable mechanisms to solve the challenges in the energy sector. This is what we will achieve with Nigeria Energy."

Ade Yesufu, Exhibition Manager
Energy portfolio – MEA, Informa Markets

The Nigeria Energy conference is set to play host to several interactive sessions, leveraging the expertise of key players in the industry on topical issues for the advancement of the energy industry.

Discover how the Nigeria Energy conference agenda will set a blueprint for Nigeria’s power sector through powerful talks featuring the highest level of speakers vested in the energy sector.

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