Seventh edition of Power Nigeria Conference set for September

By Editor |   05 September 2018   |   2:43 am  


The seventh edition of Power Nigeria Exhibition and Conference is set to attract all stakeholders in the power market value chain, from decision makers and business leaders to experts and trade professionals.

The stakeholders will gather to deliberate on the latest trends and progression within the country’s electricity sector. It is slated forLandmark Centre in Lagos from September 25 to 27, according to a statement by the organisers.Speaking ahead of the exhibition, Sheetij Taneja, Exhibition Manager at Informa’s Industrial Group, recognised the importance of bringing together the industry every year and the potential the power generation investments would have.

“It is this type of growth that drives our platform and allows us year after year to bring together a wide range of key stakeholders, from power manufacturers, suppliers, domestic wholesalers and distributors, to thousands of visitors from across Nigeria and neighboring countries, all with decision-making competence,” he said.

He added, “The longevity of the event has allowed us to establish a distinct reputation with government, associations and ministries in the Nigerian power market. It also provides the perfect opportunity to attend free, educational CPD-credited sessions, improving your knowledge and skills.“We once again have three days of packed conference topics through our ever-popular Power Nigeria Agenda, giving power firms, financiers, manufacturers and solar leaders the chance to come together to discuss the nation’s electricity deficiencies and solutions. We have put a keen focus this year on renewables, solar, and how digitization of the industry is playing a big part in its evolution,” Taneja added.

Skipper Seil and Schneider Electric, some of Power Nigeria’s longest standing exhibitors, will showcase their latest range of industry leading products to local suppliers, the statement added.Power Nigeria 2018 will also welcome Lucy Electric as a first-time exhibitor, the company stated, adding that: “Given the developments in the Nigerian power sector, we will have a range of products to demonstrate at the show to help utilities with enhanced network monitoring, automation and control.

“Last year we launched our first 36kV ring main unit, the Aegis36, which meets the growing demand for a quality switchgear solution across this voltage supporting utilities in West Africa to connect more renewable energy to the grid.“We will also be presenting our industry-leading Gridkey LV/MV monitoring system and associated analytics which enables customers to identify actionable information from the data on their network. We have launched a new graphical user interface for Gridkey, unlocking greater network potential and making network data more accessible and easier for operators to quickly interpret.”

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