Future Energy Nigeria which was previously known as the West African Power Industry Convention, is the largest and longest running regional power & energy conference and exhibition in West Africa. Future Energy Nigeria Conference and Expo is scheduled to hold on the 12th to the 13th of November, 2019 in Eko hotel and Suites, Lagos, Nigeria. It is the 16th edition of the event which promises to hold an opening keynote address which will be made by leaders from the region, strategic conference sessions and a large trade exhibition as well as a chance at networking.
The 16th Future Energy Nigeria conference with the support of the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, and Eko Electricity Distribution Company, will once again host many of the country’s leading energy decision-makers with the aim of providing relevant decisions needed in handling challenges facing Nigeria’s energy supply.The future energy Nigeria conference and expo will also offer a Nigerian Utility CEO Forum, which by invitation will only be for utility, Disco and Genco CEOs to meet under Chatham House Rules and discuss pressing issues.
The Future Energy Nigeria conference is said to be a distinctive gathering of stakeholders within the power value-chain which made up of the governments, power generation companies, transmission and distribution companies, off-takers, developers, investors, equipment manufacturers and providers, technology providers, EPCs, legal and consulting firms all with a shared goal of supporting the on-going implementation of finding lasting solutions to Nigeria’s energy challenges. Previous conference has partnered with Alliance for rural Electrification, energy institute Nigeria, MESSIA, Nigerian institution of electrical and electronics engineers (NIEEE),etc.
The event promises to create a platform for relationships to be formed with the senior decision makers in an informal and cordial setting, creating room for knowledge sharing and impact. For those interested in participating, exhibition forms are out online and for more information, visit www.future-energy-nigeria.com.