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Powering the Nigerian energy market

A new look for West Africa's largest energy exhibition & conference

Connecting governments and public utilities with consultants, EPC contractors and technology providers across West Africa for over 8 years, Nigeria Energy is bringing the energy community back to form partnerships and develop solutions to meet the region's increasing energy demand.

Formerly known as

How exhibiting at Nigeria Energy can grow your business

Elevate your brand recognition in Nigeria

  • Expand your international presence
  • Generate new business and meet new investors
  • Network with industry leaders and potential buyers including; utilities, governments, project developers and more
  • Showcase your latest products and services to an engaged and pre-qualified energy audience

Nigeria Energy in Numbers

120+

Exhibitors

3,000+

Visitors

21

Countries represented

250+

Key buyers

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

Show Highlights

"Power Nigeria does well for the country, it is a remarkable achievement with an impressive turnout. The organisers highlight how important and worthwhile it is to participate and attend the exhibition which is encouraging for the Nigerian market."

Eng. Ahmed Abdu, Director of Procurement, Nigeria Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing

The 2019 post show report is now available

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