Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo 2011

published: 2011-03-21 13:07 | editor: | category: News

Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo, NAEE, 2011  Abuja, Nigeria - Mathesis Consulting has announced its commitment to  organizing an exposition to give an insight into the reformation roadmap  the Nigerian Power sector is going through and the opportunity for Green  Energy Solutions. The First Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo is organized  in partnership with Nigerian's Ministry of Energy, the Presidential  Action committee on Power (PACP), as well as local and multinational  organisations, both from the public and private sectors, whose core  competency is in developing solutions for
Africa's energy requirements. 

This year event will attract more than 4,000 renewable energy power professionals and over 200 exhibiting companies from all over the world.

The NAEE 2011 Conference will take place from the 17 - 19 October 2011, at the Yardau Convention Centre, Wuse, Abuja, Nigeria.

One of the major challenges facing Nigeria (with a population of over  150 million) is energy generation and distribution. Since March 2005,  with the establishment of the Electric Power Sector Reform Act by the  National Assembly, the vision of the power sector reform has been to  stimulate adequate levels of investment in the power sector, which the  Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) put at $10 billion per annum, and improve  the quality of management. The Federal Government has stressed the need  to return to the task of pursuing the fundamental changes to ownership,  control and regulation of the sector.  In August 2010, Dr. Goodluck  Jonathan, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria expressed his  commitment to building a solid energy sector: "Our commitment is to  bring an end to our nation's stunted growth and usher in the fresh air  of prosperity by pursuing a new era of sector-wide reform which is  driven by improved
service delivery to every class of customers in the  Nigerian electricity sector".

 Amongst other numerous benefits, NAEE 2011 will provide the  participants and exhibitors with the opportunity of networking with more  than 200 senior level energy sector experts and decision-makers;  visiting over 100 leading
energy suppliers -  showcasing the latest  technologies, equipment and services; establishing a remarkable presence  in the Nigerian market; and sourcing of local business agents and  partners.

The Mathesis Consulting was founded in 2000, initially, specializing in the organisation of national and international conferences; the company  has since transferred its considerable skills to the management of  standalone
exhibitions, award, programmes and corporate events. With  more than 10 years' experience in the industry, Mathesis Consulting is  one of London's most well-established and reputable conference  management companies.

Admission:
Admission to the Exhibition is free.

Registration details:
All visitors must register on arrival at the venue. Registration cards must be obtained and completed before one can gain entry into the venue.

Invitation cards may be obtained from the Organizers Office at the Exhibition arena. Admission badges will be issued and must be worn at  all time in the venue for security reasons. Subsequent entries can be  made without further registration provided that the assigned badges are  worn.

//www.nigeriaalternativeenergyexpo.org/registration.html

Registration:

Early registration before the 15th of April 2011 will guarantee you a discount 5% so don't wait   Register Now!!

Media contact
Douglas Duncan
Telephone: +44 203 239 6611
EMail:media@nigeriaalternativeenergyexpo.org

16 Bissau Street
Wuse Zone 6 Abuja
P.O Box 6912 Wuse, Abuja 900421
Telephone: +234 9 480 6271
+234 803 703 5439
E: info@nigeriaalternativeenergyexpo.org
 

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