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  • Future Energy Nigeria’s business development director Ade Yesufu recently met with Nigeria’s new Federal Minister of Power, His Excellency Engr. Sale Mamman in Abuja.

Says Ade: “it was humbling meeting His Excellency, a distinguished yet warm person, a true gentleman. I was particularly encouraged that the Power Ministry reiterated the Federal Government’s determination to revive the power sector.”

The organisers of the 16th edition of the Future Energy Nigeria conference and exhibition this week announced the programme for the event that will take place at the Eko Hotel in Lagos from 12-13 November 2019. There is a strong focus on bridging the country’s energy access gap, the role of off-grid generation projects as well as discussions on the NERC initiative to franchise the Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) in Nigeria. Read more here.

Industry support
Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Power has officially endorsed the 16th edition of this longstanding, leading power and energy event while the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) is an official supporting association of the event.

The Future Energy Nigeria organisers are also proud to be partnering with the Nigeria Electricity Hub to ensure the conference tackles the most pressing challenges and that the discussions continue on their monthly Nextier Power Dialogue. The Nigeria Electricity Hub will compile the post event report to communicate the findings and encourage that actions be implemented.

Leading industry partners and suppliers SkipperSeil, Jubaili Bros and Greenville LNG are confirmed, returning main, gold and silver sponsors respectively. The exhibition is expected to feature some 70+ leading global and local technology and services providers for the power and energy industry, including country pavilions from South Africa and India.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

Nigeria’s premier energy event, Future Energy Nigeria takes place on 12 – 13 November 2019 at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Lagos, Nigeria. The conference and exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to connect with over 2,000 industry professionals, source new suppliers, gain exclusive industry insights and more!

Do not miss it. Book your spot early. You can attend the expo for free!

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