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Nigeria Energy, formerly Power Nigeria has successfully delivered 8 impactful editions and has established itself as West Africa's leading power and energy show.
Now in its 9th edition, Nigeria Energy continues to build its legacy through key partnerships, connecting the energy community, allowing you to network with international energy suppliers, discover products and solutions that are changing Nigeria's energy landscape and build long-lasting business relationships that will not only help you to stay ahead of the competition but will enable you to diversify your energy portfolio.
Nigeria Energy has constantly evolved to provide our visitors with the most comprehensive experience and as a one-stop-shop solution for challenges within West Africa's energy industry.
The benefits of attending Nigeria Energy hold true to our values, which is to bring together all stakeholders in one place to meet and develop reliable power solutions for the country’s peak energy demand.
President - GE Nigeria & Sales Director for Anglophone & Francophone Africa - GE Gas Power
Special Adviser to the Governor CBN (Infrastructure & Industry) - Central Bank of Nigeria
CEO and Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General - Sustainable Energy for All & Co-Chair - UN-Energy
Automation & Control Systems | Cable Installation | Switch Cables & Cable Management Systems | Communication Equipment | Energy Management Systems | Energy Storage Devices | Electrical Distribution Equipment | Insulating Materials | Lighting - Lamps, Luminaires, LED | New & Renewable Energy | Nuclear Energy | Power Distribution Systems | Electronics | Electric / Power Generators | Power Transmission | Transformers | Utilities & Service Providers | Wastewater Management
“It has been amazing to see so many people, companies and investors come together towards exploring the next frontier in the Nigerian power sector and what can be done to increase the reliability of the current power sector.”
David Ojimba, CEO