THE  WINNER OF THE 2017 NIGERIA ENERGY AWARDS ANNOUNCED

THE WINNER OF THE 2017 NIGERIA ENERGY AWARDS ANNOUNCED

The Nigeria Energy Awards (NEA) is proud to announce the  winner of the 2017 Nigeria Energy Awards.

Nigeria Energy Awards aims to promote, empower and recognize the achievements of Nigerians in the sustainability and energy efficiency. As part of the Nigeria energy Award’s on-going commitment to encouraging Green Projects and Investments, each year the Local Organizing committee of NAEE, in conjunction with Mathesis Consulting, Nigeria Alternative Energy Consortium, and sponsors, host the Award ceremonies in celebration and recognition of the achievements of individuals, organizations, Academia, corporate sector and government. The awards recognize industry excellence in the areas of commercial, industrial, residential community engagement, Government, Energy Champion, Energy efficiency awareness, innovation and media as well as technical. The purpose of these Awards is to reward exceptional effort in the more efficient use of energy.

Category: Government
Minister of Science and Technology – Ogbonnaya Onu

Categories: Energy Champion
• Chibek Instruments Limited

Category: Innovation in Energy
Naseni Solar

Category: Community Initiative of the Year
Federal Ministry of Water Resources – Hon. Suleiman Adamu Kazaure

Category: Commercial
Astevens group

Category: Industrial
Tre-Pad Renewable Energy Investment Limited

Category: Energy Technology of the Year
Blue Camel Energy

Category: Proudly Nigeria
Auxano Solar

Category: Women in Energy Award 
Amina Batagarawa

Category: Energy Professional of the Year
Shittu Suraj Bamidele

NEA and the members of the committee warmly congratulate the award winner for their outstanding contributions. We believe that our commitment to acknowledging their achievements is crucial to the future of Nigeria.

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