Power Investment Meeting to Hold In Abuja

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Anthony Akah

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MORE than 300 senior participants from Nigeria, the Americas, Europe and Asia are expected to attend the Annual Powering Africa: Nigeria Investment Summit slated for October 12-14. The summit will be hosted under the official patronage of Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing and with the endorsement of the Bayelsa State Government, the Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission, the Electricity Commission of Nigeria, the Transmission Company of Nigeria, the National Power Training Institute of Nigeria and the Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission.

Pre-meeting networking activities including the Powering Africa: Nigeria Golf Networking Day and the pre-meeting evening drinks reception hosted by Detail Solicitors will provide an exclusive relationship-building space prior to the start of the conference.

Delegates are also invited to attend the Gala Dinner hosted in association with the EnergyNet “Off the Grid Club”, a programme dedicated to bringing together credible off grid technology providers, financiers and regional leaders to invest in and develop reliable and scalable power solutions for Africa. The evening will feature vibrant mix of arts and music entertainment, high level speeches and exclusive dining food.

More than 300 senior participants from Nigeria, the Americas, Europe and Asia will represent companies including the International Finance Corporation, FMO, CDC Group, AAPA Energy Ltd., Nexant, NetcoDietsmann, Control Risks,  Hannon Capital Partners, Mensah JB & Associates, Jackson, Etti & Edu, Voith Hydro Shanghai Ltd., Rook Solar Investment Limited, ILF Engineers Nigeria Limited, Chemtech Group, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP, Vestas, Diamond Development Initiatives, Engro Powergen Limited, Powerhive, Lubeserve Engineering Ltd, United Capital Plc, Rockwill Electric Corporation (Pty) Ltd, Multisol South Africa (Pty) Ltd, Vergnet, GAGE, SunFunder, ILF Engineers Nigeria Limited, Express Discount Asset Management Ltd.,  NAREVA HOLDING, Sahara Power, Rand Merchant Bank, United Bank for Africa, Mantrac, Quantum Power Operations Limited, GM Power and Gas, Total, Cornerstone, among others.

—  Sep 21, 2016 @ 15:50 GMT

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