Nigeria has large power investment requirements, which the government is unable to meet on its own. It is expected that the electricity supply industry will ultimately be private-sector driven. Approximately 40% of Nigeria’s population has access to electricity, and the country’s Vision 20:2020 aims to improve these statistics with plans for facility upgrades, renewable development, power plant build, introduction of transmission lines and distribution facilities.
Access is expected to increase to 50%, while per capita consumption will increase from the current 125KWH to 500KWH by 2020. This is to be achieved through the expansion of transmission and distribution lines to rural communities and from coal, solar, wind and biomass development.
Power Nigeria will provide the opportunity for local and international companies to network and open sales avenues to ultimately lead to development and investment in the region. The show will cover all sectors of the energy industry, such as power generation, transmission, distribution and alternative energy.
At an exciting time in the country’s development, Power Nigeria is bringing international knowledge and products to facilitate the local market’s development for the benefit of its future.
Exhibitor profile includes: Power Generation, Supply Transmission & Distribution, Contracting, Installation, Regulators, Energy Utilisation, Consultancy, Renewable Energy, Utility/Government, Nuclear Energy, Manufacturers, Distributors/Agents
Reasons to visit Power Nigeria:
- Source solutions to your critical business issues
- Meet international manufacturers, distributors and service providers
- View first-hand the latest technological advancements and learn how they can assist your business
- Gain competitive advantage for your organization
- Make new contacts and set up supply channels. Be part of the industry and network effectively.
Visitors include a diverse range of professionals from the local scientific, engineering, technology and management sectors who are interested in gaining knowledge about and purchasing products related to automation and control, distribution, lighting, nuclear energy, renewable energy, and also generation equipment, test and measurement equipment, transmission equipment, as well as electrical products and services.