Stakeholders to discuss renewable energy at Power Nigeria Conference

Stakeholders in the power sector will converge to discuss renewable energy resources at the annual West Africa’s largest power and renewable energy event next week in Lagos.

The 8th edition will feature conferences designed to heighten the potentials and benefits of renewable energy resources for Nigeria.

Power Nigeria Exhibition and Conference is the largest existing platform that provides the opportunity for exhibitors to showcase latest brands, products, technologies and innovations in the power sector.

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It will feature an impressive list of exhibitors like SkipperSeil Nigeria Limited, Lucy Electric UK Limited, Fronius International Gmbh, Genbrite Nigeria Limited, Simba Industries Limited, Total Nigeria PLC, BETA Electric Industries, Mantrac Nigeria Limited, Eaton International Industries Nigeria Ltd, Cable Depot FZCO, Pragmatic Technologies Limited, Comap A.S. and Cummins West Africa Ltd.

Commenting on the event, Deep Karani, Exhibition Director of Power Nigeria said, “This year’s conference has been carefully designed to provide insightful and constructive ideas and solutions towards achieving the country’s vision for clean power and efficient utilization of available reliable renewable energy resources.

“Conversations will be built around the need to upgrade from fossil fuel economy, the positive contributions renewable energy resources has led to, as well as the efforts that need to be made to achieve more viable, safe and secure alternative to current sources of energy production in the Nation.

“The power sector is of ultimate importance to the economic growth of the country. We are excited to be part of the solutions to the pressing challenges emerging from the power and energy sector of the country and West Africa at large.”


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