In-Depth Review of challenging issues in the Renewable Energy industry, highlighting people, technology, and profit.
#NAEE2016 , Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo
19 -21 October 2016 Abuja, Nigeria, Shehu Yar'dua Centre,
Networking amongst more than 200 senior level energy sector experts and decision-makers planning and reforming the Nigeria energy sector.
Visit over 100 leading energy suppliers at #NAEE2016 showcasing the latest technologies, equipment and services.
NAEE is continually forging new partnerships to create enabling environment for the industry to grow. NAEE is where leaders come to devise winning strategies to conserve precious resources, save money, and meet people that can help them be more profitable, more efficient protecting the planet while doing so.
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“We were extremely pleased with our participation. So many business opportunities developed onsite that our concern now is how we will realize all the new demand,”
Edward Rea,Export Director Current Automation Gold Sponsor
NAEE is a Brilliant event. We met so many people from all over the world. We Looking forward to next year.”
Olly Malebane,Business Development Centre for Export Development
Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo is one of the best RE Event we have attended; we got a lot trade leads
Yusuf Ahmed,MD Zepto Technologies, RSA
NAEE created a platform for us to connect with C-Level role players in the Nigerian Market
Nicole Mhlanga,MD Okuhlaza Energy
Organisers of NAEE are very professional, they took care of us right from when we landed in Nigeria.
Marcus Rother,Vice president Africa - Trina Solar
Interested in Renewable Energy? Attend the #NAEE2016
NAEE is co -oranisned by Africa Sustainable Energy Association (AFSEA), the Ministry of Power, the Renewable Energy Programme of the Ministry of Environment, Energy Commission, The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, (NNPC) and National Agency on Science and Engineering and Infrastructure, (NASENI) and SMEDAN and in partnership with other local and multinational organizations, like Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP), Africa Renewable Energy Alliance, ADB, and World Bank, Clean Energy Business Council. This year event will attract more than 4,000 renewable energy power professionals and exhibiting companies from all over the World.