Powering the Nigerian energy market.
Nigeria Energy, formerly Power Nigeria, exhibition and conference is the leading energy event in West Africa. After eight successful annual editions, Nigeria Energy has been rebranded, from Power Nigeria, to reflect the transformation currently sweeping through West Africa’s rapidly growing power sector. Held under the patronage of Nigeria’s Ministry of Power, the exhibition and conference attracts hundreds of local and international suppliers and thousands of professional visitors.
Nigeria Energy caters to the entire value chain, from manufacturers and global industry experts to governments and power industry professionals. Public utilities can meet with consultants, EPC contractors and technology providers to form partnerships and provide solutions for the challenges facing the region’s energy sector.
The event provides a unique platform for exhibitors from around the world to showcase cutting-edge products and services. The exhibition provides an opportunity for buyers and sellers from across the globe to develop international relationships and for investors to discover the opportunities available in the region. Exhibitors and attendees can network and learn through the content-rich conference programme about technology, trends and emerging themes from the public and private sector. An increasing drive for clean energy to supplement the growing demand for conventional power capacity is emerging as a key theme across Africa’s utilities sectors.
- How do you accelerate gas production to meet current gaps in the domestic space?
- The ‘Energy deficit’ problem - How do you solve gas capturing, transportation and infrastructure challenges?
- Significance of the newly introduced Nigerian Gas Transportation Network Code (NGTNC)
- Role of collaboration amongst stakeholders involved in the gas value chain
- Regulatory and policy frameworks to attract local and international investment
- Investment in transmission infrastructure to support the development of the sector
- Procurement models for developing generation infrastructure.
- Delivering IPPs without sovereign guarantees
- Progress on subsidy and tariff reforms – what more needs to be done?
- Updates on service-based tariff (SBT) implantation – impact on revenue collection and customer experience
- Mitigating the impact of tariff reforms on businesses and residential users
- Attracting international expertise and investment in clean energy
- Procurement models for delivering renewables and hybrid solutions
- Role of REA and NERC in developing renewables across Nigeria
- Accelerating the private market for mini-grids and captive power plants