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Solarex Nigeria presents an opportunity to Engage young minds and Renewable Energy industry stakeholders, Empower communities and Expand the frontiers in the Nigerian Renewable Energy industry, in order to bridge the gap, as well as meet the energy demand in eradicating energy poverty by year 2030 in line with the UN SDG7.

Lack of reliable electricity is putting a brake on Nigerian development. Half of Nigerians have no access to electricity, the other half make do with generators as the grid is failing their needs and grossly inadequate.

It is on this note that PaySolar247™ is set to shape the Future of Solar & Renewable Energy in Nigeria. All is now set for the hosting of the 2017 edition of Solar & Renewable Energy Nigeria (Solarex Nigeria – Conference & Exhibition) which is expected to bring together Stakeholders, Policy Makers, Investors, Developers, Academia, Students, Renewable Energy Practitioners, NGOs, Regulatory Authorities & Major Players in the Renewable Energy Industry (Solar, Wind, Biomass, Hydro) with special focus on youths, women and communities.

Solarex Nigeria presents an opportunity to Engage young minds and Renewable Energy industry stakeholders, Empower communities and Expand the frontiers in the Nigerian Renewable Energy industry, in order to bridge the gap, as well as meet the energy demand in eradicating energy poverty by year 2030 in line with the UN SDG7.

According to the organizer, Sidney Akinmoladun, Founder PaySolar247.com.ng, delegates will get the opportunity to join over 200 Participants & Industry Professionals, Learn over 20 Profitable Business Ventures in the Renewable Energy industry, Access To Valuable Resources & Practical Hands-On Training, Discover how to Secure Finance & Investments for Clean Energy Projects, Latest Trends & innovative Technologies in the global Renewable Energy space as well as been conferred as pioneer Solar Ambassadors of Nigeria (SAN)

Topical issues to be discussed include amongst others: Galvanizing Youth Engagement in Shaping the Future of Renewable Energy in Nigeria, Empowering Communities through Solar PV Mini Grid solutions, Workshop on Solar Module Production, Consumer Financing as Panacea for Clean Energy Solutions, Securing Financing for Mini Grid Developers, The Role of Renewable Energy, Entrepreneurship and Nation Building, just to mention a few.

Some of the confirmed speakers include Segun Adaju (President REAN), Ifeanyi Orajaka (MD, GVE Projects), Chuks Umezulora (Co-founder, Auxano Solar), Hon. Bamidele Faparusi (MD, Green Power Overseas), Femi Oye (MD, GoSolar Africa), Olu Ogunlela (Co-founder, GridlessAfrica), Jennifer Uchendu (Founder, SustyVibes), Rev. Sr. Lilian Chibiko (MD, Education Finder), Olasimbo Sojinrin (Country Manager, Solar Sisters), Fisayo Adeluola (Chairman, Fisdel Green Consult)

Other dignitaries expected to grace the event include Representative of His Excellency, the Executive Governor Lagos State, Senior Lagos State Government Officials, Presidents of the LCCI, NACCIMA, MAN, Director General, LCCI, MD Ikeja Electric, etc

The event holds sponsorship & partnership opportunities for corporate organizations that would be interested in using the platform to showcase their products & services to the audience & visitors and holds vantage opportunities for organization to further their good works.

The profile of the event has elicited the support of partners like REAN, BOI, LCCI, GridlessAfrica, OffGrid Nigeria, SustyVibes, Youthia, 1678 Strategy, Capty Digital and a host of other organizations coming on board to sponsor the event.

The event will also feature the official launch & inauguration of SAN (Solar Ambassadors of Nigeria) a network of Solar & RE Ambassadors, musical performances, free souvenirs, award presentations and Innovative Technology Competition.

The event , which is powered by PaySolar247™ Renewable Energy Advocacy Project (REAP), will be held at the LCCI Conference & Exhibition Centre, Nurudeen Olowopopo Way, Behind MKO Abiola Gardens, Alausa, Ikeja – Lagos, from October 4th – 5th 2017.



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